Micron 9100 MAX 2.4TB NVMe Enterprise SSD – The New Performance Champion

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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 Myce’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 – so please read on to see how the Micron 9100 sets new high water marks for Enterprise performance.

            Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/review/micron-9100-max-2-4tb-nvme-enterprise-ssd-new-performance-champion-80069/](http://www.myce.com/review/micron-9100-max-2-4tb-nvme-enterprise-ssd-new-performance-champion-80069/)

            Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.

#2

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. :slight_smile:


#3

Great review, but this is not a consumer SSD, its a great SSD but not for most of us.


#4

[QUOTE=Albert;2778560]

Great review, Jeremy. :)[/QUOTE]

Thanks Albert


#5

[QUOTE=alan1476;2778579]Great review, but this is not a consumer SSD, its a great SSD but not for most of us.[/QUOTE]

Thanks Alan

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 :smiley:


#6

[QUOTE=alan1476;2778579]Great review, but this is not a consumer SSD, its a great SSD but not for most of us.[/QUOTE]

Yes but as always technology from the enterprise slowly, OK very slowly, finds it way to us :slight_smile: still that drive is a beast if you need that level of performance.


#7

[QUOTE=JReynolds;2778583]It does load games quickly, though :D[/QUOTE]

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 :wink:

Thank you, great review :flower:


#8

I would bet in real life its not as fast as my Intel 750 1.2gb SSD.


#9

[QUOTE=alan1476;2778592]I would bet in real life its not as fast as my Intel 750 1.2gb SSD.[/QUOTE]

There’s not much in it Alan (compared to my 750 400GB). It has faster sequentials.

Regds, JR


#10

For fun here’s what the Micron 9100 looks like in AS SSD -

Regds, JR




#11

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.