The new Intel SSD 760p Series combines Intel 3D NAND technology with Intel’s world-class quality leadership to deliver PCIe performance, high capacity and low power consumption for desktop and mobile platforms.
As with Intel’s other recent consumer SSDs, there will also be variants for the business and embedded markets
|128 GB||256 GB||512 GB||1.024 GB||2.048 GB|
|Form factor||M.2 2280 (single-sided)||M.2 2280 (double-sided)|
|Interface||PCIe 3.0 x4|
|Controller||Silicon Motion SM2262|
|NAND-Flash||Intel TLC-3D-NAND (64 Layer, 256 Gbit)|
|Seq. Read (MB/s)||1.640||3.210||3.230||//|
|Seq. Write (MB/s)||650 MB/s||1.315 MB/s||1.625 MB/s||//|
|4K Random Read (IOPS)||105.000||205.000||340.000||//|
|4K Random Write (IOPS)||160.000||265.000||275.000||//|
|TBW||72 TB||144 TB||288 TB||576 TB||1.152 TB|
|$ (MSRP)||74 USD||109 USD||199 USD||//|
Performance specifications for the 1TB and 2TB models have not been released, but they will probably not be much faster than the 512GB model. The 128GB and 256GB models are clearly held back some by their limited capacity, but the 512GB’s performance specs are close to Silicon Motion’s projections for what the SM2262 controller would be capable of.
|Seq. Read (MB/s)||Seq. Write (MB/s)||4K Read (IOPS)||4K Write (IOPS)|