Neo Forza NFP400 Series NFP455 1 TB SSD Review 2

Neo Forza NFP400 Series NFP455 1 TB SSD Review

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Introduction

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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, we're taking a look at the Neo Forza NFP455, which is part of the brand-new NFP400-Series. All drives in the lineup are optimized for operation at PCI-Express 4.0, but support PCIe 3.0, too, of course. The NFP455 is built using the Innogrit IG5236 controller, a model we've recently seen on the Acer Predator GM7000, ADATA Gammix S70, and S70 Blade. The flash chips are provided by YMTC, a rising NAND flash manufacturer from China. As expected for a high-end drive, the NFP455 includes 1 GB of DRAM cache, made by Micron in the fast DDR4-3200 speed-grade.

The Neo Forza NFP455 comes in capacities of 1 TB ($130) and 2 TB ($295). Endurance for these models is set to 700 TBW and 1400 TBW respectively. Neo Forza includes a five-year warranty with the whole NFP400 Series of SSDs.

Specifications: Neo Forza NFP455 SSD
Brand:Neo Forza
Model:NFP455PCI10-44H1200
Capacity:1000 GB (931 GB usable)
48 GB additional overprovisioning
Controller:Innogrit IG5236
Flash:YMTC 128-layer 3D TLC
GFYEFGGDA-256G
DRAM:2x 512 MB Micron DDR4-3200
D9XFJ / MT40A256M16LY-062E IT
Endurance:700 TBW
Form Factor:M.2 2280
Interface:PCIe Gen 4 x4, NVMe 1.4
Device ID:Neo Forza NFP455PCI10-44H1000
Firmware:3.J.F.1
Warranty:5 years
Price at Time
of Review:
$130 / $130 cents per TB
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