Seagate Turns To SK Hynix, Rolls New Nytro XF1230 SATA SSDs

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The table at the top of the article says the XF1230 can do sequential writes up to 430 MB/s, but the table at the bottom shows the 480GB version can do 500MB/s.
 

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Good catch, thanks!
 

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SK Hynix 16nm is pretty legit, from what I hear, but I'm surprised Seagate isn't using the SK Hynix 3D we took a look at earlier this year. I expect Seagate to transition to the 3D V2 in fairly short order, though. http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/sk-hynix-pe3110-enterprise-m.2-ssd-3d-nand-v2,2-1042.html

Also, good find on the manual, it either wasn't there, or my eyes deceived me. I see that Seagate is spec'ing QoS now, as well, which means it is now an industry standard metric, pretty much.

 
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