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Samsung PB22-J 256GB SSD is Sizzling Hot

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March 19, 2009 1:41:29 AM

I wouldn't call JMicrons chip popular. Infamous is a more appropriate term.
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March 19, 2009 4:34:47 AM

1GB of cache, that's quite a bit.
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March 19, 2009 10:25:39 AM

"And to top that all off, the onboard SSD controller is also built by Samsung – a bold move, considered by some. For comparison, Intel uses a Promise made SSD controller and OCZ makes use of the popular JMicron controller chip."


Your information is out of date, read the anadtech SSD anthology article.
March 19, 2009 11:43:15 AM

In the article, the cache is described as one Gb, not one GB.
March 19, 2009 1:17:22 PM

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OCZ makes use of the popular JMicron controller chip
They don't anymore, do they? I know their Summit series has the sammy chip as well and the vertex has the Indilinx chip.
March 19, 2009 3:01:57 PM

spazoidIn the article, the cache is described as one Gb, not one GB.

"This 256 GB SDD consists of sixteen K9MDGZ8U5M-SCK0 Multi-Layer Cell (MLC) flash chips along with a 1 GB K4X1G323PD-8GC6 DDR cache chip."
notice the capitalized GB
March 19, 2009 3:16:24 PM

Yes, that is my point. The original article states "1 Gb" and the THG recap interprets this as "1 GB". Which statement is the correct one, I do not know, but if it is indeed a 1 Gbyte (8 Gb) cache, then I must say it is very impressive.
March 19, 2009 5:34:22 PM

I've only seen the little "b" intentionally used to indicated bit in bandwidth, not storage size. But then I haven't seen everything everywhere forever.

1 GB (gigabyte) is quite likely.
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May 15, 2009 12:55:01 PM

Purchased this drive about 3 weeks ago and have been running it in my Macbook pro. I've put a brief review of it on my site including launch/shutdown timings for both the apps and the laptop. http://www.photopye.co.uk/reviews/Reviews.html
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June 14, 2009 7:12:30 PM

The cache memory chip is described as 1 gigabit on the samsung website which means that it is indeed 128megabyte... The corsair is therefore identical to the Samsung.
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