The following images were taken at high-resolution and then cropped and scaled down. The camera used was a Canon DSLR shooting 12 MegaPixel photo's.
Right then, above packaging. Mach Xtreme delivered the 512GB model can be easily recognized by the extra PCBs, which use another cluster of SSD NAND partitions really.
If you did not get what this product is by now, the unit is a bootable PCIe drive that internally is RAID based, and using the current generation of SandForce controllers for the SSD partitions. Two SSDs are tied together into one product running over RAID and then the data ends up at the PCIe slot.
Mach Xtreme will deliver brackets for normal and low-profile heights. With all them controllers the PCI-E SSD is pushing 850 MB/s reads and 800 Mb/s writes. Mach Xtreme is advertising up to 100,000 4KB random write IOPS, now we did not reach that number, not even close. It is of course wahaaaay beyond anything you'd need on your average PC.
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