Corsair is one of the innovation leaders in the memory and power supply market.
At Computex this year, the company announced that they would introduce a new SSD controller from the relatively unknown company Link A Media, also called LAMD, to their lineup. Their LM87800 SATA 6 Gbps flash controller promises high-performance and very high write-performance, especially with incompressible data.
The LM87800 supports eight NAND channels with high-speed ONFi 2.3 and Toggle 1 flash interfaces using MLC, eMLC, and SLC flash chips.
Corsair has not only added the Neutron GTX to their lineup, but also a non-GTX version just called "Neutron", which offers slightly less performance at reduced pricing. Both drives are available in capacities of 120 GB and 240 GB.
|Specifications: Corsair Neutron GTX 240 GB|
|Model:||Neutron GTX 240 GB|
|Controller:||Link A Media LM87800|
|Flash Type:||Toshiba MLC, 24 nm, Toggle Mode|
|Capacity||240 GB (223.6 GB usable)|
16 GB overprovisioning
|Interface:||SATA 6 Gbps|