Intel’s recently released 12th-generation Core Duo supports PCIe 5.0, and the performance of SSD can vary from PCIe
The maximum 8GB/s of 4.0 is increased to 16GB/s, and it is actually 14-15GB/s, exceeding the 10GB/s mark for the first time, which is a general feeling. What’s next? PCIe
The 6.0 standard is on the way, and SSD hard drives have to be upgraded. Phison mentioned not long ago that they are already developing PCIe
The 6.0 standard SSD hard drive is the master control, but no technical details have been announced yet.
The PCIe 6.0 standard is expected to be completed by the end of this year. According to the information of the PCI-SIG organization, its transmission data rate is up to 64GT/s, and the x16 bandwidth (two-way) can reach 256GB/s, twice that of PCIe 5.0.
forSSDAs for the hard disk, PCIe 6.0 x4 is used, and the unidirectional bandwidth is still 32GB/s, which is also twice that of PCIe 5.0 hard disks. This bandwidth is faster than some low-end PC memory.
However, for PCIe 6.0 hard drives, doubling the performance again is not a problem. The biggest test comes from heat dissipation. Now the power consumption of PCIe 5.0 hard drives has risen to 14W.The PCIe 6.0 hard drive has to go straight to 28W, which has far exceeded the requirement of passive cooling.Even the requirement for active heat dissipation is quite high. After all, the power consumption of 28W is comparable to some CPU/GPU chips.
As for the advent of PCIe 6.0 SSD hard drives, it will be 2025-2026 at the earliest, and there are almost five years away. I hope that manufacturers can develop more efficient heat dissipation technology during this period, otherwise PCIe 6.0 hard drives will be another in the chassis. Heat source.