List of Intel SSDs

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An Intel X25-M SSD
Intel P3608 NVMe flash SSD, PCI-E add-in card
An Intel mSATA SSD

On September 8, 2008, Intel began shipping its first mainstream solid-state drives (SSDs), the X18-M and X25-M with 80 GB and 160 GB storage capacities.[1] Reviews measured high performance with these MLC-based drives.[2][3][4][5] Intel released its SLC-based Enterprise X25-E Extreme SSDs on October 15 that same year in capacities of 32GB and 64GB.[6]

In July 2009, Intel moved its X25-M and X18-M lines from a 50-nanometer to a 34-nanometer process. These new drives, dubbed by the press as the X25-M and X18-M G2[7][8] (or generation 2), reduced prices by up to 60 percent while offering lower latency and improved performance.[9]

On February 1, 2010, Intel and Micron announced that they were gearing up for production of NAND flash memory using a new 25-nanometer process.[10] In March of that same year, Intel entered the budget SSD segment with its X25-V drives with an initial capacity of 40 GB.[11] The SSD 310, Intel's first mSATA drive was released in December 2010, providing X25-M G2 performance in a much smaller package.[12][13]

March 2011 saw the introduction of two new SSD lines from Intel. The first, the SSD 510, used an SATA 6 Gigabit per second interface to reach speeds of up to 500 MB/s.[14] The drive, which uses a controller from Marvell Technology Group,[15] was released using 34 nm NAND Flash and came in capacities of 120 GB and 250 GB. The second product announcement, the SSD 320, is the successor to Intel's earlier X25-M. It uses the new 25 nm process that Intel and Micron announced in 2010, and was released in capacities of 40, 80, 120, 160, 300 and 600 GB.[16] Sequential read performance maxes out at 270 MB/s due to the older SATA 3 Gbit/s interface, and sequential write performance varies greatly based on the size of the drive with sequential write performance of the 40 GB model peaking at 45 MB/s and the 600 GB at 220 MB/s.[17]

Micron and Intel announced that they were producing their first 20 nm MLC NAND flash on April 14, 2011.[18]

In February 2012, Intel launched the SSD 520 series solid state drives using the SandForce SF-2200 controller with sequential read and write speeds of 550 and 520 MB/s respectively with random read and write IOPS as high as 80,000. These drives will replace the 510 series.[19] Intel has released the budget 330 series solid state drive in 60, 120, and 180 GB capacities using 25 nm flash memory and a SandForce controller that have replaced the 320 series.[20][21]

In late 2015, Intel announced that they were producing their first consumer PCIe-based solid state drive, to be named the 750 series. These new drives would either be plugged directly into a compatible PCIe 3.0 x4 slot or into the U.2 connector on the motherboard.

In 2017, Intel launched the 900P series Optane SSDs based on 3D XPoint technology as opposed to NAND flash memory. The price and speed of Optane memory is between that of DRAM and NAND. Prices are 2x-5x that of SSDs at announcement with significantly reduced latency.[22]

List[edit]

Intel SSDs
Model Codename Capacities (GB) Memory type Interface Form factor Controller Seq. read/write MB/s Rnd 4 KB read/write IOPS (K) Introduced Comment / Source
X18-M/X25-M Ephraim 80/160 50 nm MLC SATA 3 Gbit/s 1.8"/2.5" Intel 250 / 70 35 / 3.300–0.35 Sept 2008 (now EOL) [1][23]
X25-E Ephraim 32/64 50 nm SLC SATA 3 Gbit/s 2.5" Intel 250 / 170 35 / 3.3 Oct 2008 [6][8]
X18-M G2 / X25-M G2 Postville 80/120/160 34 nm MLC SATA 3 Gbit/s 1.8"/2.5" Intel 250 / 100 35 / 6.6–0.3 July 2009 [7][8][24]
X25-V Glenbrook 40 34 nm MLC SATA 3 Gbit/s 2.5" Intel 170 / 35 25 / 2.5–? Mar 2010 [11][25]
310 Soda Creek 40/80 34 nm MLC SATA 3 Gbit/s mSATA Intel 200/70 35/2.6 Dec 2010 [12][26][27]
510 Elmcrest 120/250 34 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" Marvell 500/315 20/8 Mar 2011 [14][28]
320 Postville Refresh 40/80/120/160/300/600 25 nm MLC SATA 3 Gbit/s 1.8"/2.5" Intel PC29AS21BA0[29] 270/220 39.5/23 Mar 2011 Originally to be released Oct 2010, named X18-M G3 & X25-M G3, the 1.8" was released later in 2011[8][16][30]
311 Larsen Creek 20 34 nm SLC SATA 3 Gbit/s 2.5"/mSATA Intel 200/105 37/3.3 May 2011 Special low capacity SLC SSD for use with Intel SRT[31][32][33]
710 Lyndonville 100/200/300 25 nm MLC-HET SATA 3 Gbit/s 2.5" Intel PC29AS21BA0 270/210 38.5/2.7 Sept 2011 [34][35]
520 Cherryville 60/120/180/240/480 25 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" SandForce 550/520 50/80 February 2012 Replaces 510[19]
313 Hawley Creek 20/24 25 nm SLC SATA 3 Gbit/s 2.5"/mSATA Intel 220/115 36/4 April 2012 Replaces 311; for use with SRT[36]
330 Maple Crest 60/120/180/240 25 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" SandForce 500/450 22.5/33 April 2012 [20][21]
910 Ramsdale 400/800 25 nm MLC-HET PCIe 2.0 × 8 PCIe Intel/Hitachi EW29AA31AA1 2000/1000 180/75 April 2012 [37][38]
335 Jay Crest 80/180/240 20 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" SandForce 500/450 42/52 October 2012 [39][40]
DC S3700 Taylorsville 100/200/400/800 25 nm MLC-HET SATA 6 Gbit/s 1.8"/2.5" Intel PC29AS21CA0 500/450 72/34 November 2012 Endurance: 10 DWPD/1.83PB to 14.60PB[41][42]
525 Lincoln Crest 30/60/120/180/240 25 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s mSATA SandForce 550/520 50/60 January 2013 [43][44]
DC S3500 Wolfsville 80/120/160/240/300/400/480/600/800 20 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 1.8"/2.5" Intel PC29AS21CA0 475/450 75/11.5 June 2013 Endurance: 45TB to 450TB[45][46]
530 Dale Crest 80/120/180/240/360/480 20 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/mSATA/2.5" Intel LSI BF29AS41BB0 (LSI SandForce SF-2281) 540/490 41/80 July 2013 [47][48]
Pro 1500 Sierra Star 80/120/180/240/360/480 20 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/2.5" Intel LSI BF29AS41BB0 (LSI SandForce SF-2281) 540/490 41/80 September 2013 [49][50][51]
730 Jackson Ridge 240/480 20 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" Intel PC29AS21CA0 550/470 89/74 March 2014 Endurance: 50 GB WPD/91 TB[52]
DC P3500 Pleasantdale 250/500/1000/2000 20 nm MLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 1.0 2.5" with U.2 connector/AIC with PCIe x4 connector Intel CH29AE41AB0 2800/1700 450/40 June 2014 Custom Intel NVMe controller[53][54]
DC P3600 Fultondale 400/800/1200/1600/2000 20 nm MLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 1.0 2.5" with U.2 connector/AIC with PCIe x4 connector Intel CH29AE41AB0 2600/1700 450/56 June 2014 Endurance: 3 DWPD/2.19PB to 10.95PB[55][56]
DC P3700 Fultondale 200/400/800/1600/2000 20 nm MLC-HET PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 1.0 2.5" with U.2 connector/AIC with PCIe x4 connector Intel CH29AE41AB0 2800/1700 450/150 June 2014 Custom Intel NVMe controller[53][54]
Pro 2500 Temple Star 80/180/240/360/480 20 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/2.5" Intel LSI BF29AS41BB0 (LSI SandForce SF-2281) 540/490 48/80 July 2014 [53][54]
DC S3610 Haleyville 200/400/480/800/1200/1600 20 nm MLC-HET SATA 6 Gbit/s 1.8"/2.5" Intel PC29AS21CB0 540/520 84/28 January 2015 Endurance: 3 DWPD/0.5PB to 10.7PB[57][58]
DC S3710 Haleyville 200/400/800/1200 20 nm MLC-HET SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" Intel PC29AS21CB0 550/520 85/45 January 2015 Endurance: 10 DWPD/3.6PB to 24.3PB[59][60]
535 Temple Star 56/120/180/240/360/480 16 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/2.5" Intel LSI BF29AS41BB0 (LSI SandForce SF-2281) 540/490 48/80 April 2015 Endurance: 40 GB WPD/73 TB
750 Carmel Ridge 400/800/1200 20 nm MLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 1.0 2.5" with U.2 connector/AIC with PCIe x4 connector Intel CH29AE41AB0 2500/1200 460/290 April 2015 Endurance: 70 GB WPD/127 TB
DC S3510 Haleyville 80/120/240/480/800/1200/1600 16 nm MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" Intel 500/460 68/20 May 2015 Endurance: 0.3 DWPD/45TB to 880TB[61]
DC P3608 Fultondale 1600/3200/4000 20 nm MLC-HET PCIe 3.0 x8 NVMe 1.0 AIC with PCIe x8 connector 2× Intel CH29AE41AB1 + PLX PEX8718 for PCIe bifurcation 5000/3000 850/150 September 2015 Endurance: 3 DWPD/8.76PB to 21.90PB[62][63]
750p Carmel Ridge 400/800/1200 20nm 128Gbit MLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe HHHL (CEM2.0)/2.5" Intel CH29AE41AB0 2200/900 430/230 Q3 2015 Endurance: 70GB Writes per Day for Five Years

[64]

540s Loyd Star 120/180/240/360/480/1000 16 nm TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/2.5" Silicon Motion

SM2256

560/400-

560/480

60/50-

78/85

March 2016 Endurance: 20 GB WPD for 120GB model[65]
Pro 5400s Loyd Star Pro 120/180/240/360/480/1000 16 nm TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/2.5" Silicon Motion

SM2256

560/400-

560/480

60/50-

78/85

March 2016 Endurance: 20 GB WPD[66]

[67] [68]

600p Pleasant Star 128/256/512/1024 32-Layer 3D TLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 Silicon Motion

SM2260

1800/560 155/128 August 2016 Endurance: 72TB to 576TB, Power Active Average: 0.1W

[69]

Pro 6000p Pleasant Star 128/256/360/512/1024 32-Layer 3D TLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 Silicon Motion

SM2260

1800/560 155/128 August 2016 Endurance: 72TB to 576TB, Power Active Average: 0.1W

[70]

DC S3110 Liberty Harbor DC 128/256/512 64-Layer 3D TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/2.5" 550/140-550/450 55/1.2-75/8.5 November 2017 Endurance: 72TB to 288TB, Power Active Average: 2.1W to 3.4W

[71]

DC S3100 Loyd Star 180/240/480/1000 16 nm TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" 510/81-501/114 50.4/2.9-59/3.9 March 2016 Endurance: 72TB, Power Active Average: 2.5W to 4.9W

[72]

DC P3100 Pleasant Star 128/256/512/1024 32-Layer 3D TLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 Silicon Motion

SM2260

1800/175 114/10 October 2016 Endurance: 72TB to 580TB, Power Active Average: 3.25W to 5.3W

[73]

DC P3320 Pleasantdale Refresh Lite 450/1200/2000 32-Layer 3D TLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 1.0 2.5" with U.2 connector/AIC with PCIe x4 connector 1100/500-1600/1400 130/17-365/22 March 2016 Endurance: 0.3 DWPD/350TB to 1490TB, Power Active Average: 12W to 20W

[74]

DC P3520 Pleasantdale 450/1200/2000 3D1 MLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 1.0 2.5" with U.2 connector/AIC with PCIe x4 connector Intel CH29AE41AB1[75] 1200/600

1700/1350

145/19

375/26

August 2016 Endurance: 0.7 DWPD for 5 yrs. / 2.49 PBW (2 TB)
DC S3520 Downieville 150/240/480/800/760/960/1200/1600 16 nm 32-Layer 3D MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/2.5" 170/140-450/380 67.5/17.0 August 2016 Endurance: 1 DWPD/412TB to 2925TB, Power Active Average: 2W to 3.5W

[76]

DC S3320 Oroville 150/240/480/800/960/1200/1600 32-Layer 3D MLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" 180/165-450/380 67.5/17.0 February 2017 Endurance: 0.20PB to 1.49PB, Power Active Average: 2.2W to 3.5W

[77]

DC D3600(D for Dual Port) Elkdale 1024/2048 20 nm MLC-HET Dual Port(PCIe 3.0 x4 split into Two PCIe 3.0 x2) NVMe 1.2 2.5" with U.2 connector Intel 2100/1500 470/30 March 2016 Endurance: 3 DWPD/5.475PB to 10.95PB, Power Active Average: 25W

[78]

DC D3700(D for Dual Port) Elkdale 800/1600 20 nm MLC-HET Dual Port(PCIe 3.0 x4 split into Two PCIe 3.0 x2) NVMe 1.2 2.5" with U.2 connector Intel 1900/1500 470/95 March 2016 Endurance: 10 DWPD/14.6PB to 29.2PB, Power Active Average: 25W

[79]

DC P4800X Cold Stream 375/750 20nm 3D XPoint PCIe 3.0 x4 2.5" with U.2 connector/AIC with PCIe x4 connector Intel SLL3D EAT39099 2500/2200 550/550 March 2017 Endurance: 30 DWPD/12.3PB to 41PB, Power Active Average: 18W

[80]

DC D4800X Cold Stream 375/750/1500 3D XPoint PCIe 3.0 NVMe 2.5" with U.2 15mm Intel 2400/2400 560/540 April 2019 Endurance: 30 DWPD/20.5PB to 82.1PB, Power Active Average: 20W to 25W

[81]

DC P4801X Cold Stream 100/200/375 3D XPoint PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2/2.5" with U.2 connector Intel 2300/1000-2500/2200 550/250-550/550 September 2018 Endurance: 60 DWPD/10.9PB to 41PB, Power Active Average: 7W to 11W

[82]

545s Liberty Harbor 128/256/512 64-Layer 3D TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/2.5" Silicon Motion

SM2259

550/500 75/90 June 2017 Endurance: 144TB to 288TB, Power Active Average: 4.5W

[83]

DC P4500 Cliffdale 1000/2000/4000/8000 32-Layer 3D1 TLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe 2.5" 15 mm / Ruller / HHHL (CEM3.0) Intel 3200/600

3200/1900

3200/1875

279.5/30.5

640.2/65.5

605/53

May 2017/February 2018 Endurance: 0.7 DWPD/1.38PB to 7.2PB, Power Active Average: 11W to 20.5W[84]
DC P4501 Cliffdale 500/1000/2000/4000 32-Layer 3D1 TLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe M.2 22110, 2.5" 7 mm Intel 2500/300

3100/860

146/15.3

361/46.7

May 2017 Endurance: 1 DWPD/0.65PB to 5PB, Power Active Average: 6W to 12.5W[85]
Pro 5450s Liberty Harbor 256/512 64-Layer 3D TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s M.2/2.5" Silicon Motion

SM2259

550/500 75/90 August 2017 Endurance: 144TB to 288TB, Power Active Average: 4.5W

[86]

DC S4500 Youngsville 240/480/960/1920/3840 3D1 TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" 7 mm Intel SLM5B 500/470-190 72-69/33-16 August 2017 Endurance: 1 DWPD/0.62PB to 7.64PB, Power Active Average: 2.6W to 5.6W

[87]

DC S4600 Youngsville 240/480/960/1920 3D1 TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" 7 mm Intel 500/480-260 72/65-38 August 2017 Endurance: 3 DWPD/1.40PB to 10.84PB, Power Active Average: 3.1W to 5.0W

[88]

DC P4608 Cliffdale 6400 3D TLC PCIe 3.0 x8 NVMe HHHL (CEM3.0) Intel 6200/3500 1308.5/464 Q3 2017 Endurance: 35.14PB, Power Active Average: 43W

[89]

900p Mansion Beach 280/480 20nm 128Gb 3D XPoint PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe HHHL Add-in card, U.2 Intel SLL3D EAU01D76 2500/2000 550/500 October 2017 Endurance: 5.11PB to 8.76 PB Written, Power Active Average: 14W

[90]

760p Harris Harbor 128/256/512/1024/2048 64-Layer 3D TLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe M.2 Silicon Motion

SM2262

3230/1625 340/275 January 2018 Endurance: 72TB to 288TB, Power Active Average: 0.05W

[91]

Pro 7600p Harris Harbor 128/256/512/1024/2048 64-Layer 3D TLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe M.2 Silicon Motion

SM2262

3230/1625 340/275 January 2018 Endurance: 72TB to 576TB, Power Active Average: 0.05W

[92]

800p Brighton Beach 58/118 20nm 3D XPoint PCIe 3.0 x2 NVMe 1.1 U.2 connector/AIC with PCIe x2 connector AHU19W23 1450/640 250/145 March 2018 Endurance: 365TB, Power Active Average: 3.75W

[93]

DC P4510 Cliffdale Refresh 1000/2000/4000/8000 64-Layer 3D2 TLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe 1.2 U.2 15 mm / 2.5" Intel 3200/3000 641.8/134.5 November 2017 Endurance: up to 1 DWPD/1.92PBW to 13.88PBW, Power Active Average: 16W
DC P4600 Cliffdale 1600/2000/3200/4000/6400 32-Layer 3D1 TLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe U.2 15 mm / HHHL (CEM3.0) Intel 3200/2100 617.5/238 May 2017 Endurance: 2.9 DWPD/8.99PBW to 37.38PBW, Power Active Average: 20.7W
905p Mansion Beach 380/480/960 20nm 3D XPoint PCIe 3.0 x4 2.5" with U.2 connector/AIC with PCIe x4 connector/M.2 22110 Intel SLM58 2600/2200 575/550 May 2018 Endurance: 10 DWPD/5.11PB to 17.52PB, Power Active Average: 16.4W

[94]

DC P4511 Cliffdale Refresh 1000/2000 64-Layer 3D2 TLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe 1.2 M.2 22110 Intel 2000/1430 295/36 Jun 2018 Endurance: 0.98PBW to 1.95PBW, Power Active Average: 8.25W
DC P4610 Cliffdale Refresh 1600/3200/6400/7680 64-Layer 3D2 TLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe 1.2 U.2 15 mm Intel 3200/3200 651/219 June 2018 Endurance: 3 DWPD/12.25PBW to 44.25PBW, Power Active Average: 15W
660p Neptune Harbor 512/1024/2048 64-Layer 3D QLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 Silicon Motion

SMI2263

1800/1800 220/220 August 2018 Endurance: 0.11 DWPD/100TB to 400TB, Power Active Average: 0.1W

[95]

D3-S4510 Youngsville Refresh 240/480/960/1920/3840/7680 64-Layer 3D2 TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" 7 mm Intel 560/510-280 90-97 / 16-36 August 2018 Endurance: up to 2 DWPD/0.9 to 12.3 PBW, Power Active Average: 3.6W
D3-S4610 Youngsville Refresh 240/480/960/1920/3840/7680 64-Layer 3D2 TLC SATA 6 Gbit/s 2.5" 7 mm Intel 560/510-320 96/42-28 August 2018 Endurance: 3 DWPD/1.6 to 23.9 PBW, Power Active Average: 3.7W
DC P4101 Harris Harbor 128/256/512/1024/2048 64-Layer 3D2 TLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe M.2 1150/140

2200/280

2250/550

2600/660

2600/840

60/2.2

125/5.7

219/11.4

275/16

Q3 2018 Endurance: up to 0.5 DWPD, Power Active Average: 6.4W

[96]

665p Neptune Harbor Refresh 1024/2048 96-Layer 3D3 QLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 Silicon Motion

SMI2263

2000/2000 250/250 November 2019 Endurance: 0.16 DWPD/300TB to 600TB, Power Active Average: 0.1W

[97]

D7-P5500 Arbordale Plus 1920/3840/7680 96-Layer 3D TLC PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe 1.3c U.2 2.5" 15mm Intel 7000/4300 1000/130 Jun 2020 Endurance: 1 DWPD/3.5PBW to 14.0PBW, Power Active Average: 20W

[98]

D7-P5600 Arbordale Plus 1600/3200/6400 96-Layer 3D TLC PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe 1.3c U.2 2.5" 15mm Intel 7000/4300 1000/260 Jun 2020 Endurance: 3 DWPD/8.8PBW to 35.0PBW, Power Active Average: 20W

[99]

D5-P4320 Cliffdale Refresh 7680 64-Layer 3D QLC PCIe 3.1 x4 NVMe U.2 2.5" 15mm Intel 3200/1000 427/36 August 2018 Endurance: 0.2 to 0.9 DWPD/2.8PB(random) to 12.3PB(sequential), Power Active Average: 15W

[100]

670p Keystone Harbor 512/1024/2048 144-Layer 3D4 QLC PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 Silicon Motion

SMI2265

3000/1600

3500/2500 3500/2700

March 2021 Endurance: 0.16 DWPD/300TB to 600TB, Power Active Average: 0.1W

[101]

DC P5800X Alder Stream 400/800/1600/3200 4-layer 3D XPoint PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe 2.5" 15mm Intel 7200/4800 1500/1150 Q2 2021 Endurance: 100 DWPD
Model Codename Capacities (GB) Memory type Interface Form factor Controller Seq. read/write MB/s Rnd 4 KB read/write IOPS (K) Introduced Comment / Source

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