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Testseek.com have collected 6 expert reviews of the Intel DC P3520 Series PCIe SSDPEDMX and the average rating is 94%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Intel DC P3520 Series PCIe SSDPEDMX.
 
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The editors liked

  • Good Performance
  • Relatively High Endurance
  • 5-Year Warranty
  • Highly Competitive Pricing
  • Intel SSD DC pedigree remains unmatched in quality control testing and reliability
  • Cost/GB below $0.50 for an Intel NVMe Datacenter SSD
  • Excellent price
  • Good light workload performance
  • Increased endurance
  • Low power consumption

The editors didn't like

  • Not Quite As Fast As Higher End Offerings
  • Budget enterprise parts carry with them budget performance and endurance
  • P3xxx series controller architecture getting long in the tooth (limited to 2TB capacity)
  • 2TB capacity restriction

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  Published: 2017-07-13, Author: Sean , review by: thessdreview.com

  • It was only a matter of time until we started to see value oriented PCIe SSDs in the enterprise segment. With the many advancements in engineering and manufacturing NAND and other SSDs components and the ever growing demand for more performance and more a...

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  Published: 2017-01-13, Author: Marco , review by: hothardware.com

  • Good Performance, Relatively High Endurance, 5-Year Warranty, Highly Competitive Pricing
  • Not Quite As Fast As Higher End Offerings
  • Intel SSD DC P3520 Series - Find It At AmazonThere are going to be enterprise customers that want nothing but the highest performance, highest endurance solid state storage products for their environment, regardless of cost. For those customers, perhaps o...

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  Published: 2016-10-03, Author: Paul , review by: tomshardware.com

  • Excellent price, Good light workload performance, Increased endurance, Low power consumption
  • 2TB capacity restriction
  • Intel's DC P3520 lowers the pricing bar for enterprise NVMe SSDs. The restricted capacity may dissuade some with high-capacity requirements, but the boosted endurance, lower power consumption, good-enough performance and excellent pricing will further...

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  Published: 2016-08-25, Author: Allyn , review by: pcper.com

  • Intel SSD DC pedigree remains unmatched in quality control testing and reliability, Cost/GB below $0.50 for an Intel NVMe Datacenter SSD
  • Budget enterprise parts carry with them budget performance and endurance, P3xxx series controller architecture getting long in the tooth (limited to 2TB capacity)
  • Despite Optane looming on the horizon, Intel has opted to push 3D NAND into their enterprise datacenter parts. While they have stuck with MLC for their new P3520 Series SSD, we can tell that first generation IMFT 3D NAND was designed more for capacity tha...

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  Published: 2017-01-17, review by: tweaktown.com

  • Intel's 3D flash-powered DC P3520 makes NVMe goodness much more affordable in the enterprise space. At 50 cents per gigabyte, the DC P3520 has a lot to offer. The read-centric DC P3520 fills the need for a mainstream performing enterprise SSD that has m...

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  Published: 2016-10-03, Author: Paul , review by: tomshardware.co.uk

  • Excellent price, Good light workload performance, Increased endurance, Low power consumption
  • 2TB capacity restriction
  • Intel's DC P3520 lowers the pricing bar for enterprise NVMe SSDs. The restricted capacity may dissuade some with high-capacity requirements, but the boosted endurance, lower power consumption, good-enough performance and excellent pricing will further the...

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