Toshiba XG6 1024GB NVMe SSD Review JReynolds .

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Toshiba XG6 1024GB NVMe SSD.
The Toshiba XG6 is the first product to feature 96 layer, BICS Flash 3D memory, and it is expected to be become available in retail channels during Autumn 2018. Prior to this the XG6 will be supplied as an OEM product to Laptop, PC and Server suppliers. I must be getting old as it feels to me as if it was only yesterday that 32 layer 3D NAND hit the market.
Is it worth waiting for? Please read on to find out.

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Toshiba XG6 1024GB NVMe SSD.
The Toshiba XG6 is the first product to feature 96 layer, BICS Flash 3D memory, and it is expected to be become available in retail channels during Autumn 2018. Prior to this the XG6 will be supplied as an OEM product to Laptop, PC and Server suppliers. I must be getting old as it feels to me as if it was only yesterday that 32 layer 3D NAND hit the market.
Is it worth waiting for? Please read on to find out.

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Toshiba XG6 1024GB NVMe SSD Review

Posted 11 October 2018 17:11 CEST by Jeremy Reynolds

 

 

Review: Toshiba XG6 1TB

Reviewed by: J.Reynolds

Provided by:  Toshiba

Firmware:  AGXA4001

 

 

Introduction

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Toshiba XG6 1024GB NVMe SSD (hereafter referred to as the Toshiba XG6).

The Toshiba XG6 is the first product to feature 96 layer, BICS Flash 3D memory, and it is expected to be become available in retail channels during Autumn 2018. Prior to this the XG6 will be supplied as an OEM product to Laptop, PC and Server suppliers.  I must be getting old as it feels to me as if it was only yesterday that 32 layer 3D NAND hit the market.

Is it worth waiting for? Please read on to find out.

Pictures

I was supplied with a sample product without retail packaging.

Here are some pictures of the 1024GB Toshiba XG6 I tested –

 

 

Market Positioning and Specification

This was taken from Toshiba’s launch press release –

24th July 2018, Düsseldorf, Germany – Toshiba Electronics Europe GmbH has introduced a new lineup of solid state drives (SSDs) that are based on its 96-layer, BiCS FLASH™ 3D flash memory. The first SSD to use this breakthrough technology, the new XG6 series is targeted to the client PC, high-performance mobile, embedded, and gaming segments – as well as datacentre environments for boot drives in servers, caching & logging, and commodity storage

 

Here is Toshiba’s specification for the XG6, again taken from Toshiba’s launch press release –

 

 


Now let’s head to the next page, to look at my approach to testing Client SSDs…..