SK Hynix Releases Low-Power PE8000 NVMe PCIe Gen4 Enterprise SSD

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Marketing: Just say it's an enterprise product so we can sell it 10 times higher. (those guys don't give a clue about cost anyway haha)
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    ....what about future PCI-E 5.0 slots due out in 2022 with the 512GB of DDR5 RAM that Intel revealed in South Korea with the next gen GPUs and modular CPUs that could in theory scale power and performance after fixing the modular pre-built PSUs being plut standards now for NVLink like dual CPUs and GPUs alone with a central like APU ARM CPU die on the main motherboard for desktops after fixing the TB4 and TB5 ports for laptops for external EGPU and ECPU setups that you can disable in windows os like you can with hot swapping external HDDs like a blade server like desktop design for desktops that do this if AMD and Intel to this like Nvidia will do by 2023 for motherboard designs being like the xbox series x with the modular psu in the middle and mobo on both sides of the desktop chassis in PC case designs becoming a cube again like NExT once was that Steve Jobs once designed? Just a thought or idea if you will. All being like ssds on a NASbox like easy slide in and out solution. No wires needed other than for upgrading the PSU and mobos themselves as modular cpus and gpus are slide in and out like SSDs and HDDs do right now in pcs and NAS setups in a resdeigned mobo with new PCI-E ports that get enough power without needing a molex cable to power the cpus and gpus?
     
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