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None of Intel and Samsung did not support consumer PCIE 5.0 SSD "Slow Heat"

via:半导体行业观察     time:2022/9/13 14:01:29     readed:129

In recent years, PCIE 5.0 technology has continued news. Whether it is mainstream CPU manufacturers or storage factories, they are optimistic about PCIE 5.0 replacing PCIE 4.0 to provide higher performance for servers and data centers.

However, in the consumer -level market, due to the factors such as costs, the current mainstream manufacturers have different attitudes towards PCIE 5.0, and the progress of PCIE 5.0 SSD is relatively slow.

Intel/Samsung's new products do not support PCIE 5.0 SSD?

In 2021, Intel released the 12th generation Core desktop processor first supported PCIE 5.0 technology,However, the PCIE 5.0 of this processor only supports graphics cards and does not support SSD.

At the end of September this year, Intel will release 13 generations of Core. The industry expects that 13 generations Core will support PCIE 5.0 SSD. However, recent media reports that Intel 13th generation Core may not support PCIE 5.0 SSD as 12th generation.

Recently, netizens have exposed the specifications of the 13th generation Core Raptor Lake and Z790 motherboard. The motherboard provides 5 M.2 slots. PCIE 4.0 X4.

The industry believes that there are fewer PCIe 5.0 SSD products on the current market, so the Intel 13th generation Core is not keen to support PCIE 5.0 SSD.

Coincidentally, the recent Samsung flagship SSD product 990 Pro did not support PCIE 5.0 technology, but continued to adopt PCIE 4.0 technology. Earlier, the industry rumored that Samsung's new product 990 Pro was a PCIE 5.0 product. However, Samsung officially released the PCIE 4.0 technology NVME SSD product 990 Pro on August 24.

Why do you abandon PCIe 5.0 technology?In this regard, Samsung said that the use of PCIE 4.0 is not a product encountering development or technical problems, but simply judging according to market demand.

AMDTop 12 manufacturers push PCIE 5.0 SSD

Compared with Intel and Samsung, AMD has a relatively positive attitude towards consumer PCIE 5.0 SSD.

On August 30, AMD released the Ryzen 7000 series desktop processor of the Zen4 architecture, which was made of TSMC 5nm process. The new architecture was 13%higher than the existing product IPC, and supported DDR5 memory and PCIE 5.0.

In addition, AMD also joined for 12 manufacturers to push a total of PCIE 5.0 ecology, including Qunlian, ASUS, Micron, Pirates, Yingruida, Gigabyte, MSI, Seagate, PNY, etc. Start listing.

PCIe 5.0 SSD can provide faster speed and higher performance than PCIE 4.0 SSD. Earlier, AMD and Qunlian showed the E26 main control PCIE 5.0 SSD running on the Ryzen 7000 platform with a speed of 10GB/s. The new MP700 PCIe 5.0 SSD announced by the Pirate Ship official website, which is also the highest 10GB/s. In contrast, the current PCIE 4.0 flagship SSD speed can reach 7GB/s.


Although PCIe 5.0 SSD is strong, the SSD price currently supporting PCIE 5.0 is still very expensive, which determines that PCIe 5.0 SSD can only start application in the fields of servers, data centers. PCIe 5.0 SSD still takes some time to recognize by the market. Before solving the cost of the cost, the consumer -level PCIE 5.0 SSD is expected to develop in the situation of & ldquo; slow hot & rdquo;

In the future, as AMD and other manufacturers continue to make efforts, more and more manufacturers will promote PCIE 5.0 to apply in the consumer -level market, and consumer -grade PCIE 5.0 SSD market space will continue to expand.

Intel、三星都没支持 消费级PCIe 5.0 SSD

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