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Intel Optane Memory Module 32 GB PCIe M.2 80mm MEMPEK1W032GAXT
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- Introducing Intel® Optane™ Memory: a smart and adaptable system accelerator that customizes your computing experience, unleashing high-performance responsiveness while affordably maintaining mega-storage capacity.
- Pair with an SATA HDD to affordably increase responsiveness without compromising storage capacity. Shock (Operating and Non-Operating) : 1500 G / 0.5 ms
- Accelerate day-to-day tasks with smart, intelligent software that customizes your compute experience
- Double your PC responsiveness for noticeably shorter boot times, fast application launches, extraordinary gaming and responsive browsing.
- Use with a 7th Gen Intel Core processor-based system along with an Optane Ready Motherboard and an SATA HDD.
- Select the 16GB for everyday tasks, or the 32GB for gaming and mega tasking.
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Smart System Acceleration
Optimize your 7th Gen Intel Core processor-based system with Intel Optane memory. Its intelligent software automatically learns your computing behaviors to accelerate frequent tasks and make everything you do noticeably faster.
A high-capacity SATA storage device, like an HDD, coupled with Intel Optane memory offers high-speed acceleration and affordable, large storage capacity to quickly access frequently used files and applications.
Intel Optane memory in your new 7th Gen Intel Core processor-based system delivers amazing responsiveness, so you can search and find files up to 3 times faster (3,4,5) and launch applications up to 5 times faster (1,2,3,5).
Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations, and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more information, go to our official web site.
1 Email Launch Workload. Workload developed by Intel measuring the time elapsed to launch Microsoft* Outlook 2016 and load with a 250mb local data file.
2 Presentation Launch Workload. Time elapsed to launch the Microsoft* Powerpoint 2016 application with a 3.5MB presentation file.
3 Media Project Load Workload. Time elapsed to load a 500MB video project file in Adobe* Premiere Pro (CS6).
4 Tested on Intel Core i5-7500 Processor, 65W TDP, 4C4T, Turbo up to 3.8GHz, Memory: 2x4GB DDR4-2400, Storage: Western Digital* 1TB 7200RPM WD1003FZEX, Intel HD Graphics 630, OS: Windows* 10 as measured against the same system with a 16GB Intel Optane memory module.
5 Tested with 16GB Intel Optane Memory Engineering Samples. Results may vary in final product, but we have a high confidence level that there will be no significant differences in performance.
Copyright 2017 Intel Corporation. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Inside, the Intel Inside logo, Intel Experience What’s Inside, the Intel Experience What’s Inside logo, Optane, Intel Core and Core Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
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Fine, my fault here, I should have done my homework in reading carefully Intel page about the Optane Memory Module (go to the FAQ). Although it can accelerate a SSD the gain is not high enough to justify its price. If I knew that already, I would have chosen to buy a bigger SSD rather then spend money on the Optane.
Nevertheless, despite all the frustration (once again, I think that was 80% my fault), what really makes this a three star review is the installation process: while reading Intel's website and watching their tutorials makes you think it's a "plug & play" process, it is not! Already have your Windows up and running? 99% chance that you'll need to format your PC, so be prepare to back up everything you have.
There are several guidelines that you need to follow: your disk should be formates as GPT (MBR is not allowed), you need to have at least 5MB of non-allocated memory in your disk as part of the installation. Oh, and your BIOS should probably be updated and customised with a few tweaks to properly access the Optane Module. And how do you know that? Google + Youtube (users video, the Intel one doesn't give you much information). On top of all that you will need a lot, really, a lot, seriously, a looooot of patience.
Bottom of line: seems that Intel came up with a good idea for on budget people who doesn't want to spend a lot of money in bigger SSDs, but rather accelerate their HDD. That's awesome, but still, the lack of clear information of how the memory can be used (go to the FAQ before buying it) and also the misleading "simple installation" idea are frustrating. Once you get pass this obstacles, the equipment does what it should do: accelerate you HDD or your SSD (barely perceptible for the last one).
I have a small SSD that runs windows 10 and then i have a Barracuda 500GB as secondary storage using intel optane with no issues.
This is awesome for budget built that helps your cheaper bigger mechanial storage be faster since larger SSD can be expensive.
if you can afford bigger SSD with no issue then Intel optane is not for you but for budget builders this is a must have.
I use crystaldiskmark for testing and if you see first picture is with Intel optane off and second picture is for intel optane on.
Results are amazing.
There are serious limitations you should understand going in. First, it won't work great in all cases, such as when you are working with very large files. Second, you need to match the Optane product to a newer Intel chipset motherboard specifically designed to use Optane. And third, you can only use Optane with your primary HDD; it won't work with drive arrays that I'm aware of.
Still, installation wasn't too involved and on the computer I built it reduced boot times to something like 4 seconds; not bad at all in my book. If you are looking to build a basic-ish computer and want a decent amount of storage but have a limited budget, I would seriously consider Optane.