Accelerate your PC with PCIe* bandwidth, 64-layer Intel® 3D NAND Technology, twice the capacity, and twice the performance of its previous generation – the Intel® SSD 600p Series.1
Compared with its previous generation, the Intel® SSD 760p Series reduces its active power up to 50%.2
Thanks to Intel’s industry leading quality and reliability, the Intel® SSD 760p Series supports AES 256-bit self-encryption and offers a 5-year limited warranty.
A small M.2 (80mm) form factor offers a wide range of capacities and simply plugs into M.2 - M key slots on major motherboards.
Storage Performance Comparison System: Workload: CrystalDiskMark V 5.2, Drives being compared: Intel® 760P vs Intel® 600P 512 GB, Samsung 960 EVO* and Samsung PM981* System: Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-7700K processor @ 4.5GHz Turbo Frequency, 8T/4C, 8 MB cache, 91 W TDP, On Motherboard: Asus* Z270-A Prime, Memory: 2 X 4GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3000MHz 8GB, Operating System: Windows* 10 Pro (x64) OS, Storage: Intel® SSD 600P Series and Intel® SSD 750P Series 512 GB. Drive under test is configured as a secondary drive plugged into M.2 slot directly. Performance measurements performed on a contiguous 500 MB span size. Sequential measurements were collected at QD32 and Thread 1 while the Random workload measurements were collected at QD64 and Thread 4.
Power consumption comparison: MobileMark 2014 V1.5. Drives being compared: Intel® SSD 600P Series vs Intel® SSD 750P Series. System: Lenovo* Ideapad 720s. Processor: Intel® i7-8550U @4.0 GHz Turbo Frequency, 8T/4C, 8MB cache, 15 W TDP. OS: Windows* 10 Pro (x64). Drive is configured as primary drive plugged into M.2 slot through a adaptor card and power measured and collected using Agilent 6705B while running MobileMark 2014 V1.5.