On a cost per gigabyte scale, that works out to about $0.21 for the 7.68TB drive we tested, which is right in-line with some of the top NVMe SSDs currently on the market. Taking the whole package into consideration, the Intel SSD D7-P5510 is easy to recommend. The drive offers excellent overall performance, leading-edge features, sold endurance, and a good warranty, at prices not much higher than consumer-class SSDs.
Affordable Gen4 goodness with enterprise features and endurance put the Intel D7-P5510 at the head of its class.
The Intel P5510 offers great performance at an affordable cost while delivering on Intel’s legacy of reliability and compatibility. The P5510 is a highly recommended data center SSD and is a great choice for a range of enterprise and cloud environments that need a drive like this for primary workloads or as part of a tiered data structure that potentially can use Optane and/or QLC SSDs.