Neo Forza is a relatively young manufacturer of DRAM memory modules and flash memory products. The Taiwanese company was founded in 2018 as the enthusiast-focused brand of Goldkey, a well-established producer of computer hardware focusing on OEM manufacturing until recently.
Today's review covers the Neo Forza eSports M.2 NVMe SSD in the 2 TB version. We reviewed the 1 TB model back in April. The drive is also known as the NFP075. "eSports" is not a range of products, but the name of this specific drive. A future Gen 4 drive would be called "Esports4x4," according to Neo Forza. Under the hood, the NFP075 is powered by a Phison PS5012-E12S controller paired with 96-layer 3D TLC NAND from Toshiba. This is a noteworthy difference vs. the 1 TB version which uses YMTC flash. A DRAM chip from UnilC is included, too, providing 512 MB of DRAM cache for the mapping tables of the SSD. PCI-Express 3.0 x4 is used as the host interface.
The Neo Forza eSports is available in capacities of 256 GB, 512 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB. Endurance for these models is set at 420 TBW, 890 TBW, 1350 TBW, and 1550 TBW respectively. Neo Forza provides a three-year warranty for the eSports SSD.
|Specifications: Neo Forza eSports NFP075 2 TB|
|Capacity:||2048 GB (1907 GB usable)|
No additional overprovisioning
|Flash:||Toshiba 96-Layer 3D TLC|
|DRAM:||1x 512 MB DDR3L-1866|
|Form Factor:||M.2 2280|
|Interface:||PCIe Gen 3 x4, NVMe 1.3|
|Device ID:||Neo Forza NFP075PCI2T-3400000|
|Price at Time|
|$220 / 11 cents per GB|