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Intel touts faster PCIe 4.0 storage performance on its upcoming Rocket Lake-S against Ryzen Ryan Shrout, who is the Chief Performance Strategist at Intel, has posted on Twitter a performance comparison between Intel's upcoming Rocket Lake-S flagship desktop part, the Core i9-11900K, and AMD's 16-core Zen 3-based counterpart, the Ryzen 9 5950X. Intel says that its internal comparison test shows the Core i9-11900K platform is 11% faster than the 5950X in PCMark 10's Quick System Drive Benchmark. According to the UL Benchmarks website, "The Quick System Drive
Karlston posted a topic in Technology NewsSamsung introduces the 980 Pro SSD with PCIe 4.0 support and up to 7,000MB/s speeds Samsung is upping the ante with a new top-tier SSD announced today, the 980 Pro. This is Samsung's first consumer SSD to come with full support for PCIe 4.0, specifically using a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface, which allows for much higher speeds than previous generations. Specifically, the 980 Pro SSD has sequential read speeds up to 7,000MB/s, which is double of what Samsung promised for the 970 Pro SSD. Likewise, sequential write speeds go up to 5,000MB/s, almost doubling the speed
Karlston posted a topic in Technology NewsPS5-like SSD speeds could be coming to PCs in August thanks to Samsung 980 Pro Showcasing the benefits of PCIe 4.0 (Image credit: Anandtech / Samsung) Samsung’s 980 Pro SSD, the manufacturer’s first SSD to use PCIe 4.0, should be out before the end of August, according to a fresh rumor. This comes courtesy of Ice Universe (as spotted by HWBattle), who is a fairly prolific leaker on Twitter, although they mainly deal in smartphone rumors (but seems to have expanded into the PC arena more, of late, having floated a Ryzen 4
Karlston posted a topic in Technology NewsThe next Intel processors could adopt one of AMD Ryzen's most important features Rocket Lake may finally support PCIe 4.0 (Image credit: Future) When Intel launched its 10th-generation Comet Lake-S processors, one of the biggest things that held us back from recommending them was the lack of PCIe 4.0 support – but that could be changing. Some leaked SiSoftware Sandra benchmark results have appeared via VideoCardz, with 11th-generation Rocket Lake-S processors paired with PCIe 4.0 SSDs. If the leaks are real – a pretty b