Intel SSD DC P3700

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Overall, due to this drive’s great performance and relatively low enterprise market cost, the Intel DC P3700 is starting to blur the lines of enterprise versus enthusiast class storage. I for one have seen a few enthusiasts with these in their PC since its release and expect to see many more in the future.

As reviewed by thessdreview.com


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By MyCE on 100

Just like the 1.6TB P3700 the Intel DC P3700 800GB is a fabulous drive that defines a new level of high performance for solid state storage solutions. Currently, from amongst the drives we have reviewed to date, the PC3700 is in a league of its own.It...

By thessdreview.com on 96

Intel's new P3700 NVMe SSD enters the marketplace as a powerhouse enterprise SSD, with a price tag that is sure to lure in those enthusiasts and lower tier companies looking for the...

By uk.hardware.info on

With the P3700 SSD Intel sets a new standard for server SSDs. The SSD with PCI-Express 3.0 x4 interface shows that nowadays Serial ATA 600 and SAS 600 are a huge bottleneck for SSDs, especially in the server branche. The results as shown in the OLTP...

By thessdreview.com on

Overall, due to this drive’s great performance and relatively low enterprise market cost, the Intel DC P3700 is starting to blur the lines of enterprise versus enthusiast class storage. I for one have seen a few enthusiasts with these in their PC since its release and expect to see many more in the future.

By Tom's Hardware UK on

Consolidation has certainly taken its toll on the SSD market over the past few years. There were once numerous manufacturers trying to carve out a piece of the pie, and now a handful of companies dominate the space. As we've mentioned many times before,...

By Tom's Hardware on

Consolidation has certainly taken its toll on the SSD market over the past few years. There were once numerous manufacturers trying to carve out a piece of the pie, and now a handful of companies dominate the space. As we've mentioned many times before,...

By MyCE on 100

Welcome to Myce's review of the Intel DC P3700 1.6TB NVMe Enterprise SSD (hereafter referred to as the Intel P3700).This is the first NVMe drive we have reviewed. NWMe stands for ‘Non-Volatile Memory express'. NVMe, is a specification that allows a...

By MyCE on 100

Welcome to Myce's review of the Intel DC P3700 1.6TB NVMe Enterprise SSD (hereafter referred to as the Intel P3700).This is the first NVMe drive we have reviewed. NWMe stands for ‘Non-Volatile Memory express'. NVMe, is a specification that allows a...

By Hardware Canucks on

Intel’s datacenter-class SSDs haven’t been around for all that long but during their short life, they’ve succeeded in making an impact. The older 910-series was an excellent all-round enterprise focused drive which combined high performance metrics with...

By HotHardware on

The Intel SSD DC P3700, Find Them At Amazon.ComWe have seen pricing on some high-end PCIe-based solid state drives hit the stratosphere, and looking back at its performance relative to competing solutions, it wouldn't be a surprise if the price of the...

By AnandTech on

At $3/GB, the P3700 is a clear fit for enterprise workloads but I can see that being a bit too pricey for even a high end client PC. The real question is how close can Intel's cheaper, lower endurance NVMe drives get to the P3700's performance. The P3500...

By AnandTech on

Intel's SSD DC P3700 gives us our first look at an NVMe drive, and the results are impressive. A single P3700 can deliver up to 450K random read IOPS, 150K random write IOPS and nearly 2GB/s of sequential writes. Sequential reads are even more impressive...

By AnandTech on

Once again we see Intel at the forefront of a new wave of SSDs. What I really want to see now however is continued execution. We don't see infrequent blips of CPU architecture releases from Intel, we get a regular, 2-year tick-tock cadence. It's time for Intel's NSG to be given the resources necessary to do the same.

By PCPer on

The speed advantages of the NVMe interface are now indelibly clear, especially as demonstrated by Intel's new fire breathing Data Center product lines. This new interface removes many of the bottlenecks associated with SATA and AHCI, bringing the flash...