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hãng intel may be the leading manufacturer of high và ultra-high performance CPUs and mainboard chipsets as we speak (and has been for quite some time now) but they are also one of the most trusted SSD manufacturers around (although certainly not as popular as in the CPU market) with a global market nội dung of around 23%. Now we all know that hãng sản xuất intel gathers the spotlight each & every time they release a new CPU line (take the latest chip core i7 68xx/69xx for example) but the same doesn"t happen with their SSDs và that might just be one of the reasons they are just not as popular as with their CPUs. The most recent example of that is with the release of their 535 Series of SSDs (successor lớn their 530 Series) back in April of 2015 which as you may have figured out by now was not really advertised and thus just a few reviews made it online all over the world. Today we finally have a sample of our own lớn test & see just how it compares against many similar models currently available in the market.
Since the 535 Series of SSDs was launched as a slight upgrade to lớn the 530 Series intel didn"t change much so once again under the hood we find an intel BF29AS41BB0 8-channel NAND flash controller (basically an slightly tweaked Seagate/Avago/LSI SF-2281 controller) which offers several interesting features/technologies like NCQ (Native Command Queuing), RAISE (error correction, RAID lượt thích protection và recovery), DuraClass (advanced wear leveling và monitoring algorithms), DuraWrite (up to 20x or more the flash endurance compared lớn other controllers), DevSleep (ultra-low power consumption), AES 256 bit encryption, TRIM & intelligent garbage collection. What hãng sản xuất intel changed from the 530 Series khổng lồ the 535 Series was the NAND flash modules since whereas the 530 series had 20nm MLC NAND flash by SK Hynix the 535 Series has 16nm MLC NAND flash again by SK Hynix so although it"s safe lớn assume that intel followed this path khổng lồ further reduce costs differences in performance should be very small (unfortunately since we never got our handsan 530 Series samplewe can"t vì a direct comparison). The 535 Series is currently available in 56/120/180/240/360/480GB capacities & today we"ll be checking out the 240GB model.