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A smart, adaptable system accelerator that delivers faster, smoother, and amazingly responsive computing experience.
A computer with Intel Optane™ memory and a hard disk drive [HDD] delivers the best of both worlds: SSD-like performance1 2 with mega storage capacity.
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By learning and remembering the way you work, Intel Optane™ memory can accelerate the things that matter most to you; turning your unique computing habits into productivity advantages. Now you can launch your web browser up to 5x faster1 , open e-mail up to 5.8x1 faster, and fire up your content rich presentations up to 3.8x1 3 faster. Everything you do will feel faster, smoother, and easier.1 4
Intel Optane™ memory in your PC delivers amazing responsiveness so you can start up quickly, open large media project files up to 4x faster1 5 and save with virtually no lag. With responsive task switching across multiple applications, you can design, edit, and create with ease.1 4
Rev your gaming experience with up to 65%1 6 improvement in loading the next level, local access to your entire game library, and no manual file management (compared to a dual-drive system). When paired with a 1 TB HDD, Intel Optane™ memory automatically accelerates your ability to load across the entire drive, enabling affordable, SSD-like performance1 2 with plenty of space to store your favorite games.
Learn how Intel Optane™ memory and intelligent system acceleration work to deliver higher performance and responsiveness without compromising storage capacity.
New desktops with Intel Optane™ memory are available now. Buy a new computer that’s ready to go right out of the box. Just look for the Intel Optane™ memory-logo.
Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel® microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark* and MobileMark*, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more complete information visit http://www.intel.co.za/content/www/za/en/benchmarks/benchmark.html.
PCMark* Vantage (HDD Suite) – Benchmark from Futuremark* that measures Windows* everyday computing performance. PCMark Vantage is made up of several benchmarking suites: PCMark Suite (produces “PCMark” Score), Memories Suite, TV and Movies Suite, Gaming Suite, Music Suite, Communications Suite, Productivity Suite and HDD Suite. The HDD Suite contains an operating system start-up workload that is sensitive to HDD versus SSD boot devices.
Presentation Launch Workload – Time elapsed to launch the Microsoft Power point* 2016 application with a 3.5 MB presentation file.
SYSmark 2014 SE (Responsiveness Subscore) – Benchmark from the BAPCo* consortium that measures the performance of Windows* platforms. SYSmark* tests four usage scenarios: Office Productivity, Media Creation, Data/Financial Analysis, and Responsiveness. SYSmark* contains real applications from Independent Software Vendors such as Microsoft* and Adobe*.
Media Project Load Workload – Time elapsed to load a 500MB video project file in Adobe Premiere Pro* (CS6). Measurements made on a computer with an Intel Core™ i5 processor and a 1 TB hard disk drive; measurements made with and without a 16BG Intel Optane™ memory module.
Game Launch & Level Load Workload – Workload developed by Intel® measuring the time elapsed to launch Bethesda Softworks* Fallout 4 and reach the Main Menu with intro videos disabled (Launch), and the time elapsed from the Main Menu to completion of level loading (Level Load). Measurements made on a computer with an Intel Core™ i5 processor and a 1 TB hard disk drive; measurements made with and without a 16 GB Intel Optane™ memory module.