According to foreign media AnandTech's report, Samsung confirmed that PM1733 enterprise-class SSD will support AMD's new Snapdragon II processor, which will be shipped this quarter.
Last fall, Samsung released the PM1733 enterprise-class SSD for the first time. PM1733 is the successor of its PM1723b enterprise SSD, designed to take advantage of the bandwidth provided by PCIe4.0, based on the company's proprietary controller, and with 512Gb fifth-generation V-NAND memory chip, rated reading speed of up to 8GB / sec .
Interestingly, Samsung also offers PCIe 4.0x4 and x8 versions of SSDs, U.2 version uses x4 interface, and HHHL card version will use x8 interface. The U.2 version with dual port capability will provide up to 30.72TB of capacity, while the HHHL card will be up to 15.36TB.
In general, Samsung is concerned with the read performance of SSDs rather than write performance. In addition to the rated sequential read speed of 8GB/s, Samsung said that the PM1733 can also achieve random reading up to 1500KIOPS.