Add-in-Card and 2.5-inch SFF
Two Form Factors for Flexibility and Ease of Integration.
With both Add-in-Card and 2.5” form factors, the 750 Series eases
migration from SATA to PCIe 3.0 without power or thermal limitations
on performance. This allows the SSD to deliver the ultimate in
performance in a variety of system form factors and configurations.
Add-in-Card. The Intel SSD 750 Series Add-in-Card (AIC) offers a
dynamic solution for current and future systems with an accessible
PCIe 3.0 slot.
2.5-inch Small Form Factor. The Intel SSD 750 Series 2.5-inch SFF
provides a cabled solution where an accessible PCIe 3.0 slot is not
available and the motherboard has been provisioned with an
SFF8643 connector. This solution is attractive for small form factor
and multi-GPU systems where space is a premium. This flexibility also
provides a viable direct attach solution for small form designs with an
SFF-8639 connector on board.
Performance measured by Intel using IOMeter 1.1.0 with queue depth 32. Measurements
are performed on 8 GB of Logical Block Address (LBA) range on a full SSD. System
configuration: Intel® Core i7-5960X processor, Intel® X99 chipset, 16GB DDRR4 2133.
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Don’t settle for second best.
Maximize your computing experience with the Intel® Solid-State
Drive 750 Series. By combining four lanes of PCIe 3.0 with state-of-
the-art NVMe interface, the 750 Series delivers exceptional
throughput performance and latency in a client PC SSD. The 750
Series is truly an industry leader; utilizing NVM Express™ allows the
750 Series to shed the burden of legacy AHCI commands. The Intel
SSD 750 Series Add-In-Card (AIC) and 2.5-inch form factors enable
performance not currently possible in form factors restricted by size
Industry Leading Storage Interface
Introducing Intel’s first client-focused NVMe SSD. NVM Express
(NVMe) is a standard specification architected from the ground up
for Non-Volatile Memory (NVM). NVMe significantly improves both
random and sequential performance over SATA-based drives
reducing latency, enabling high levels of parallelism, and
streamlining the storage command set. NVMe provides a standards-
based approach enabling broad ecosystem adoption for PCIe SSD
Intel has worked closely with industry ecosystem partners to bring
NVMe to the PC Client and Workstation market with a bootable, easy
to use, plug-n-play solution.
The uncompromising performance of the 750 Series enables you to
design and build richer content with larger data sets, textures or
The 750 Series offers increased efficiency for engineering workloads:
Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD), Computational Fluid
Dynamics (CFD), Finite Element Analysis (FEA), and Simulation.