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Solidigm P41 Plus SSD Review: Born in the Purple

The Solidigm P41 Plus is the successor to the Intel 670p and uses the same QLC flash but with a DRAM-less PCIe 4.0 design. QLC has sustained performance limitations, but the hybrid pSLC cache overcomes this weakness well. This drive isn’t particularly power efficient, but it runs cool, doesn’t break the bank, and like its predecessor is ideally suited for general laptop and desktop PC use. The drive’s new controller has proven capable, but there remains stiff competition in the market, including drives such as Crucial’s P3 Plus.

Solidigm was officially launched last December as part of the larger Intel-SK hynix deal, in which SK hynix acquired Intel’s NAND and SSD business. Solidigm is a subsidiary of SK hynix. SK hynix recently announced two excellent of his SSDs, Gold P31 and Platinum P41.

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