We've just posted the following review: Micron 9100 MAX 2.4TB NVMe Enterprise SSD – The New Performance Champion[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2016/07/image001-1-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]
Welcome to Myceâ€™s review of the Micron 9100 MAX 2.4TB NVMe Enterprise SSD.The Micron 9100 is available in two classes: 9100 PRO (for Read Centric Uses) and 9100 MAX (for Mixed Uses).We test the high performance 9100 MAX 2.4TB and as our subtitle suggests it proves to be a scorcher â€“ so please read on to see how the Micron 9100 sets new high water marks for Enterprise performance.
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It's so wild to see these drives continue to get better & know that some of this performance will trickle down to other users in only a few years.
Great review, Jeremy.
Great review, but this is not a consumer SSD, its a great SSD but not for most of us.
Yes, it's not a consumer SSD - it needs a serious level of IO activity to earn its keep. It does load games quickly, though
Yes but as always technology from the enterprise slowly, OK very slowly, finds it way to us still that drive is a beast if you need that level of performance.
LOL, I am absolutely sure you're right, combined with the rest needed in an 'ultimate' gaming rig, you would have a close to 'zero waitstate' experience - albeit an expensive one
Thank you, great review :flower:
I would bet in real life its not as fast as my Intel 750 1.2gb SSD.
There's not much in it Alan (compared to my 750 400GB). It has faster sequentials.
For fun here's what the Micron 9100 looks like in AS SSD -
Very impressive JR. Now if the price was as impressive as the statistics, I might be talked into getting one. But I just bought a 1.2TB Intel 750 for my new build and its pretty fast also, so I am going to stick with it, until they make something that will blow my Intel 750 out of the computer. LOL.