Intel 660p 1GB Review & Specs

Intel 660p 1GB PCI Express M.2 2280

Intel 660p 1GB PCI Express M.2 2280

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  • Storage Capacity: 1GB
  • Encryption Standard: 256-bit
  • Maximum Read Transfer Rate: 1.76 GB/s
  • Maximum Write Transfer Rate: 1.76 GB/s
  • Wireless LAN: No

Specifications Overview

Release Date February 2019

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Series 660p Series
Capacity 1000GB
Interface M.2 (M)
Form Factor M.2-2280
NAND Flash Type 3D2, QLC
Max Sequential Read Up to 1800 MB/s
Max Sequential Write Up to 1800 MB/s
MTBF 1,600,000 hours

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Critic Reviews


The Intel SSD 660p will shake up the low end of the NVMe market with very good performance at an unprecedented price, even though write speeds can drop precipitously to 100MBps when very large amounts of data are written to the drive, or when it begins to fill up. Note that the 512MB version offers significantly slower performance.


The Intel SSD 660p may not be a consumer class SSD leader in terms of absolute performance, but it does offer some serious bang-for-the-buck. Intel has set the MSRP for the 512GB Intel SSD 660p at $99 and the 1TB model at only $199. Those prices equate to about $0.19 per gigabyte, which is among the lowest prices we've seen for any SSD, let alone a ...


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While many are skeptical about QLC memory, we assure you that Intel has done a bang up job in creating the Intel SSD 600p. It boasts some very good performance results and comes with a 5-year warranty and AES 256-bit hardware encryption support. At $0.20 per GB, it is a great buy for most. Be warned though, if you need a lot of write endurance, don ...

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