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The Smart 2 In One SSD

Posted by Adam Zagorski on Feb 3, 2021 2:19:23 PM

Marc Sauter, from the German IT periodical Golem.de recently reviewed the Enmotus FuzeDrive SSD.  Below is Marc’s conclusion from the testing.  A link to his original review can also be found below.

The FuzeDrive implements an old idea more consistently than previous solutions: While most QLC-based SSDs use a dynamic SLC buffer and pure caching models such as Intel's Optane Memory, H10 even mixes two storage types, Enmotus relies on tiered storage plus Artificial Intelligence.

This ensures that the fast SLC area is always available to write or read data at high speed. Because Enmotus blocks a quarter of the NAND capacity for this, the storage space is reduced from 2 TB to 1.6 TB. However, 128 GB of SLC memory are consistently available, whereas other TLC / QLC SSDs with a purely dynamic write cache reduce the capacity as the fill level increases.

FuzeDrive SSD is now available for purchases in the US from Amazon as well as NewEgg

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Topics: NVMe, SSD, Intel Optane, NVDIMM, artificial intelligence, pc gaming

Enmotus And PCSpecialist Accelerate High Performance Computer Gaming

Posted by Adam Zagorski on Jan 22, 2021 10:00:00 AM

FuzeDrive, The World’s Smartest SSD, Now Available With PCSpecialist

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Topics: NVMe, SSD, artificial intelligence, pc gaming

PC Capacity Anxiety - Where Will I Store All of My Data?

Posted by Adam Zagorski on Nov 12, 2019 9:56:22 AM

Computer games are now approaching 175GB in size.  Add some videos to your library, a few high resolution photos, and suddenly you realize you are out of disk space.  Has this happened to you?

Traditionally, If you need performance, then an SSD is the only choice, but they are expensive and capacities have been limited.  Hard drives provide the capacity but are too slow to give you optimal performance, especially if you are a gamer.  The archaic solution is to buy both and manually move data back and forth to get your hot applications into your fast SSD.  Think about it, this is the 21st century.  Cars are already driving themselves but you are stuck manually moving data between 2 types of drives.  Really?  There  has to be a better solution.

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Topics: NVMe, SSD, Intel Optane, virtual reality, machine learning, pc gaming, twitchtv, steam gaming