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Why Does The Solidigm™ (Formerly Intel®) Data Center Drive Show Two Partitions Of 3.2TB?

Information About Solidigm™ (Formerly Intel®) SSD DC P4618 Series 6.4TB And Solidigm™ SSD DC P4608 Series 6.4TB That Show Two Hardware Partitions Of 3.2TB.

Summary

The x8 drive was designed with two drives and two controllers inside. Each controller manages a half section of the Solid State Drive (SSD); so, it shows two separate drives that can be configured as RAID 0 to reach the whole capacity.

Other models described below that are x4 come as one full drive of 6.4TB, meaning that it comes as one full drive using one controller:

  • Solidigm™ (formerly Intel®) SSD DC P4610 Series (6.4TB, 2.5in PCIe* 3.1 x4, 3D2, TLC)
  • Solidigm™ (formerly Intel®) SSD DC P4600 Series (6.4TB, 2.5in PCIe* 3.1 x4, 3D1, TLC)

These drives will be recognized as two separate SSD storage units of 3.2TB each:

  • Solidigm™ (formerly Intel®) SSD DC P4608 Series (6.4TB, 1/2 Height PCIe* 3.1 x8, 3D1, TLC)
  • Solidigm™ (formerly Intel®) SSD DC P4618 Series (6.4TB, 1/2 Height PCIe* 3.1 x8, 3D2, TLC)

Note

Theoretically, RAID configurations are possible between both portions of a P4608/P4618, meaning that RAID-0 can be used to combine them and use full capacity. RAID-1 can be used for fault tolerance (but will not protect in case of complete drive failure). This also applies to RAID configurations involving other drives, such as a RAID-10 configuration between two P4608/P4618.


Questions?
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Why Does The Solidigm™ (Formerly Intel®) Data Center Drive Show Two Partitions Of 3.2TB?