Intel have launched the industry’s first solid state drive using 64-layer stacked memory, doubling the layers of the 3D NAND they introduced in their impressive SSD 600p drive.
Make the move to a modern solid state drive, you won’t regret it. Especially if you choose from our pick of the best SSDs for gaming.
The new Intel SSD 545 is, on the surface, a pretty standard mainstream Sata Ssd. It’s a 512GB drive, running on the old-school hard drive interface giving it a the traditional SATA performance limitations. That means, in transfer speeds, the new drive is nothing to write home about; its 550MB/s and 500MB/s sequential read/write performance is about what we’d expect from a decent SATA SSD.