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INTEL H20 SSD, OPTANE IN THE FRONT, NAND IN THE BACK


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NOW LESS EXPENSIVE AND EASIER TO GET THAN A GPU, EVEN IF IT’S OEM ONLY

 

Tweaktown recently reviewed Intel’s latest mullet, the H20 1TB M.2 SSD. The H20 is composed of a Optane SSD and a NAND SSD, working together to give you better transfer speeds than just a simple NAND based SSD. The new version incorporates Intel’s current SSD controller, their newest 144-layer flash for large storage, 32GB of Optane and even a DDR4 cache, which will be available in laptops which sport an Intel Optane + SSD storage label.

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