Intel's next-generation SSD technology is finally ready and it's really, really fast

Discussion in 'hardware' started by lotuseclat79, Apr 21, 2017.

  1. lotuseclat79

    lotuseclat79 Registered Member

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    Intel's next-generation SSD technology is finally ready and it's really, really fast

    -- Tom
     
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    This is causing concerns for security people. It means if you shut down your computer and a bad guy gets a hold of it, he or she may be able see what you were doing last.
     
  3. Minimalist

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    I guess it will be used as replacement for NAND and not RAM.
     
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    lotuseclat79 Registered Member

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    OK, maybe both :)
     
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    Not trying to argue, but I don't understand what it matters. Since Microsoft seems to like to try to force "Fast Startup" on everyone hibernation is just about the only non powered on state on a PC (Windows 10 anyway). I wouldn't think this hardware would expose any more than is already there anyway, unless I am missing something.
     
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