Kingston's entry-level PCIe 4.0 SSD specification price exposure, Intel's 13th generation Core Duo full set of PPT exposure

time:2022-12-08 06:46:24 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Computer machine
Kingston's entry-level PCIe 4.0 SSD specification price exposure, Intel's 13th generation Core Duo full set of PPT exposure

Kingston's entry-level PCIe 4.0 SSD will be available soon: As an upgraded model of the entry-level NV1 series, Kingston's NV2 will become the PCIe 4.0 SSD with the lowest threshold. The maximum sequential read and write speed of Kingston NV2 will be greatly increased from 2100/1700 MB/s of NV1 to 3500/2800 MB/s. Of course, this figure is still within the bandwidth range of PCIe 3.0 x4, and if NV2 is installed on the PCIe 3.0 platform, there will be no performance loss. As a QLC flash SSD, Kingston NV2 covers a capacity range of 250GB to 2TB, corresponding to nominal write endurance ranging from 80TBW to 640TBW. Kingston did not disclose the specific hardware solution of NV2, but it is likely to continue the Phison master control of NV1, upgrade from PS5013-E13T to PS5019-E19T, and still adopt the cost-effective DRAMLess design. At present, Kingston NV2 has been listed in overseas regions, and the price of 250GB on Amazon is 29.99 US dollars (about 209 yuan), and the 1TB price is 79.99 US dollars (about 557 yuan). There is no domestic price and specific listing time news. Intel’s 13th-generation Core has no secrets: igor’s Lab has released a complete Intel promotional PPT, and Intel’s 13th-generation Core, which will be officially announced on September 20, has no secrets. The starting lineup includes 6 models: Core i9-13900K(F), Core i7-13700K(F), Core i5-13600K(F), all of which are unlocked and overclocked versions, and all support DDR5-5600 or DDR4-3200 memory by default. The maximum turbo power of the Core i9-13900K(F) and Core i7-13700K(F) is 253 watts, and the maximum turbo power of the Core i5-13600K(F) is 181 watts. The Core i9-13900K(F) will support Thermal Velocity Boost, allowing the maximum turbo frequency to be increased by 100MHz to 5.8GHz without exceeding 70 degrees and power permitting. In the 12th generation Core, only the Core i9-12900KS model supports this function. The change of the Z790 motherboard is not very big, the CPU directly connected to the M.2 slot can still only support PCIe 4.0, so this year's PCIe 5.0 SSD debut should be reserved for AMD Ryzen 7000. Compared with the Z690, the new platform adds a USB3.2 20Gbps interface, and 8 PCIe lanes have been upgraded from PCIe 3.0 to PCIe 4.0 specifications. What remains in suspense is the extreme overclocking capability of the 13th-generation Core. An 8GHz CPU-Z screenshot has attracted the attention of players, which is a height rarely achieved in modern CPUs. At present, the highest CPU frequency record on HWBOT is maintained by AMD FX-8370, and almost all of the top CPU models on the list are ancient CPU models. The Core i9-10900K is the last modern CPU capable of hitting 7.7GHz.

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