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Our HDs soon in NVMe 2.0

Our HDs soon in NVMe 2.0

NVMe version 2.0 brings many gains but it will also support our good old hard drives! HDD NVMe 20 Even if the most powerful hard drives are still far from saturating the SATA III interface, the future generalization of NVMe 2.0 could retire the Sata ports. We know that some mechanical disks can now approach the performance of “entry-level” SSDs such as Seagate’s Mach.2 (capable of holding a speed of up to 524 MB/s in sequential transfers) and it is likely that this kind of speed will gradually become the norm. NVMe could therefore become the universal interface for storage disks, unifying the interfaces and making it possible to do “clean” on the design of motherboards. So if all this is fabulous on paper, we’ll have to wait for NVMe 2.0 to become widespread on motherboards and for mechanical drives to get rid of the SATA interface. So we should not see this for a few years. However, we must remember that the SATA III interface currently used by all hard disks and many SSDs is getting older. It was last significantly updated in 2008 and today its maximum throughput of 600MB/s is a drag on high-performance storage.

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