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Report: Intel SSD 530 Series SSDs Launching Next Week

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Intel’s 530 series SSDs will feature 20 nm MLC NAND and will be available in a variety of capacities and form factors.

According to a leaked SSD roadmap posted by VR-Zone, Intel will be launching the successor to its performance consumer SSD 520 and SSD 525 series SSDs next week, July 8 to July 12, 2013.

The next generation 530 series will feature the newest 20 nm MLC NAND flash, the same LSI-SandForce SF-2281 controller with presumably updated firmware.

Product Code

Capacity

Form Factor(s)

SSDSKGW0800A401

80 GB

M.2 (NGFF)

SSDSCKGW180A401

180 GB

M.2 (NGFF)

SSDSC2BW180A4K5

180 GB

2.5” SATA, mSATA

SSDSC2BW240A4K5

240 GB

2.5” SATA, mSATA

SSDSKGW1800A401

360 GB

M.2 (NGFF)

It’s also worth noting that according to the roadmap, the 530 series SSDs were initially slated for a release in June, and the 335 series SSDs will continue through Q1 2014 as Intel’s mid-range product.

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    danwat1234 , July 3, 2013 2:15 PM
    BORING.
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    jimmysmitty , July 3, 2013 6:27 PM
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    BORING.


    This is just a refresh with new models (mSATA) since newer high end boards are coming with SATA slots.

    We wont see anything new or that will vastly outperform current offerings from anyone that is cost effective (i.e. not PCIe SSDs) until SATA express hits which is currently rumored for the Broadwell chipset.
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    JeanLuc , July 4, 2013 5:14 AM
    Thanks for the article, good to see that we will getting comparable sized SSD's to HDD's next year.

    One thing and I've asked this before, why oh why do I have to click the image twice to get the large version?!? And if that's not bad enough the first click takes me away from the news story and to finally have the privilege of having the image blown I have to click again and it opens up in a new Window (Firefox 10). Come on guys your meant to be a tech site after all, you would think you could at least get this right.
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    vertexx , July 18, 2013 1:43 PM
    Ok - July 18 - where are they?