Samsung’s secret to reaching the capacity of 8TB resides in the company’s NF1 stick featuring 16 V-NAND dies. The new NF1 form factor smashes all current NVMe M.2 drives in terms of capacity as it provides twice the density of an M.2 drive. Moreover, Samsung’s new high-performance solid-state drive is able to deliver sequential read speeds of 3,100MB/s and write speeds of 2,000MB/s with up to 500,000 IOPs and 50,000 IOPs read/write performance. To put the cherry on top, the new 8TB NF1 NVMe SSD even sports 12GB of LPDDR4 cache memory.
Nowadays, M.2, also known as NGFF (Next Generation Form Factor), has become a widely used option for additional storage on today’s laptop motherboards. So if you are wondering which is the right type of stick to insert in your machine, you could check out our M.2 SSD compatibility list here: http://laptopmedia.com/laptop-m-2-ngff-ssd-compatibility-list/
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