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SanDisk ULLtraDIMM DDR3 400GB SSD Enterprise Review

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ULLtraDIMM revolutionizes data storage by placing flash on the memory bus

 

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The SanDisk ULLtraDIMM DDR3 SSD brings latency as low as five microseconds by sidestepping the traditional storage stack, and communicating via the DDR3 bus

 

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The hardware consists of a JEDEC-compliant ULLtraDIMM that presents itself as a block storage device with 200 or 400GB of capacity. The ULLtraDIMM utilizes two Marvell 88SS9187 controllers running the Guardian Technology Platform to increase endurance and reliability. This tandem delivers random read/write performance of 140,000/40,000 IOPS, and sequential read/write speeds up to 880/600 MB/s. Ten DWPD (Drive Writes Per Day) of endurance, and a five-year warranty (or TBW) are provided by SanDisk 19nm eMLC NAND. The ULLtraDIMM also sports a 2.5 million hour MTBF, and host power-loss protection. The most important attribute is latency as low as five microseconds. This even undercuts new NVMe PCIe SSDs, which hover around 20 microseconds.

 

The ideal configuration for an ULLtraDIMM deployment is four to eight DIMMs at a minimum, but the platform scales up to 32 DIMMS and 12.8 TB of storage

 

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Source: http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/6815/sandisk-ulltradimm-ddr3-400gb-ssd-enterprise-review/index12.html

 

Sandisk Website: http://www.sandisk.com.br/enterprise/ulltradimm-ssd/

 

 

 

This is some amazing technology, I wonder if this would ever make it to the consumer or enthusiast space.

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Yet another ssd that will take up something I am not using currently. Yay for technology 

 

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So this counts as an SSD and can be used to store stuff like any other drive but is in a ram slot or it counts as a stick of ram that does ram stuff?

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Where does this go? Does it go where I think it does?

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Who wants to bet that we'll soon start seeing motherboards with an additional dimm slot in a traditional expansion slot placement? Because I can't see people who use all of the slots sacrifice their RAM for this, but it's also too good to ignore.

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So, if I am reading this right, it's an SSD that goes in to a RAM slot, and kind of dominates at most everything? If so... Sign me up!

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FINALLY!!! Now we can all abandon hard drives and the shitty looking cages that go along with them. HTPC size with storage of a Desktop

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Where does this go? Does it go where I think it does?

it go's into your server because it has more dim slots. your ddr3 duel channel mother board generally wont have the free slots unless you want to run single channel ewwww no don't od that

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O M G gimme MANA!

 

 

I need that and a new MB with at least 8 memory slots :P

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I like that speeds, and also if you're using just 2 of the 4 slots (most gamers are fine with 16Gb) it would be a nice way to get more storage, if it's not too expensive.

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Could Motherboard manufacturers make a dedicated slot just for this? Like ya know still get the 32GB of Ram plus an extra slot for storage?

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Can I run two, three or four of those in double, triple or quad channel configs for even more performance ? :D

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