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That's the first time I've seen a 670 used for memory in a test system. [:P]
Or 16 GB of integrated audio memory either....lol
Not sure I follow there, 4L1. The systems specs don't list that gibberish from what I can see.
I think you are simply seeing a mis-rendering of the specification table with one side shifted down by a row.
Is it? I'm not seeing it that way in any browser? Which browser renders it this way?
Pretty amazing to see a THREE year old Fusion-io card still killing the numbers and performing as advertised. I take it you have no recent products you could have used in this comparison test?
That is correct. Fusion-io has a great product, no doubt but we have yet to receive their ioDrive 2.
P320h is AHCI based, not NVMe.
Micron has been pretty tight-lipped about the specifics of their ASIC but I didn't say it was either, just that IDT has a family of chips that are similar to the Micron ASIC, and those are NVMe.
Dave, can you show us a video of the p320h booting up? I'm sorry to revive this very old comment thread, but I've been looking for native bootable pci-e ssds for a while now.
Hi BL, It's never a problem reviving a thread when you have relevant questions like this or even if you just want to comment. [:)]
The reason I didn't cover boot-up with the P320h is that technically, Micron doesn't support this out of the box and I was unable to get it to function stably. I did try and even got an image installed on it but it blue screened pretty quickly. I could revisit it with newer drivers I suppose but it's unlikely to be different I think.
Micron is heavily invested in supporting server configurations with this product and not as focused on it as a desktop solution.