|Title||The future SSDs should be constructed out of Intel's own|
|Description||However, when the M.2 slot is wired through PCI Express technology (admittedly rare so far), the read/write performance jumps to 1.8 GB/s. And yes, that is Gigabyte, not Gigabit.No wonder that Intel has added the M.2 slot to its SSD roadmap. The August Ridge line, branded SSD 750, wouldn't be much to look at if it didn't. The future SSDs should fifa coins
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