Review 2022 – HP FX900 1 TB M.2 NVMe SSD HP or we can see is Hewlett Packard, HP is one of the most well known technology companies in the world. Their produce nearly every product you can think of: laptops, desktops, printers, enterprise hardware, and also solid state-drives.
For their SSD storage products, HP already teamed up with BIWIN Storage, a large Chinese OEM for SSD solutions with 26 years of experience in the storage and micro-electronics business. They were granted an authorization from HP to produce SSD’s in their name.
The HP FX-900 is a brand new release that builds upon the success of the HP FX-900 Pro that was announced in January. While the FX-900 Pro uses the high end IG-5236 PCIe 4.0 controller, the FX-900 non-Pro in this review is a built with the more affordable IG-5220 controller, which still supports PCI-Express 4.0.
In order to reach the $99.99 price point for 1 TB, a D-RAM cache is not included. The flash chips used are Micron’s latest and the greatest B47R-176 layer 3D TLC. In terms of component choices, this will makes the HP FX-900 identical to the ADATA Atom 50, a drive that will impressed when reviewed back in January.
The HP FX-900 comes in capacities of 256GB (pricing unknown), 512GB ($64.99), 1 TB ($104.99), and 2 TB (pricing still unknown). Endurance for these models is set to 100TBW, 200TBW, 400TBW, and last 800TBW respectively. HP already includes a five year warranty with the FX-900 SSD.
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