Intel® Memory and Storage Tool (GUI)

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7/15/2022

Introduction

The Intel® Memory and Storage Tool (Intel® MAS) is a drive management tool for Intel® Optane™ SSDs and Intel® Optane™ Memory devices, supported on Windows*. Note: Intel's NAND SSD business has been acquired by SK Hynix and is now Solidigm™. A new tool has been developed to continue SSD management of these devices, see the Detailed Description for more details.

Available Downloads

  • Windows 8.1 Family*, Windows 11 Family*, Windows 10 Family*, Windows Server 2012 R2 family*, Windows Server 2022 family*, Windows Server 2019 family*, Windows Server 2016 family*
  • Size: 58.3 MB
  • SHA1: 9354815D8E6C71167493596F296C620B96652700

Detailed Description

Intel's NAND SSD business has been acquired by SK Hynix and is now Solidigm™, visit the Support Changes page for additional details.  To continue to manage these devices use the Solidigm™ Storage Tool

 

The Intel® Memory and Storage Tool (Intel® MAS) is drive management software with a Graphical User Interface for Windows* that allows you to view current drive information, perform firmware updates, run full diagnostic scans, perform secure erase processes, and provide SMART attributes from Intel® SSDs.

Note:

  • Firmware updates and extended features supported on Intel® Optane™ technology based SSD's and Intel® Optane™ memory products
  • The Windows* download includes the GUI and CLI version of the tool. For the Linux* CLI package

What’s new?

  • See the Release Notes for changes in this revision

Getting started

Note

For corporate customers who want to use the Intel® Memory and Storage Tool for their internal corporate use, refer to the SoftwareLicenseAgreement_Commercial Use.pdf agreement included in the zip package.

This download is valid for the product(s) listed below.

Automatic Driver and Software Updates

Identify your products and install Intel driver and software updates for your Windows* system.

Product and Performance Information

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