Galaxy, who's most commonly known for manufacturing graphics cards, has released an SSD into the Chinese market.
Galaxy, a manufacturer mainly known for its graphics cards, has released an SSD called the Thunder GT 128 Pro. As the name indicates, comes with 128 GB.
It is a 2.5" drive that is packed with a SATA3 interface. The NAND is manufactured by Toshiba, as Toggle-NAND flash, and paired with a JMicron JMF667H controller. The amount of DRAM cache is unknown.
Read speeds go up to 480 MB/s and 70,000 IOPS, with writes at 300 MB/s and 58,000 IOPS.
Not much more is known about the drive, except that it will be available in China at the end of this month for a price of 元799. This, coincidentally, is equivalent to USD 128, giving Chinese customers an exact price of one USD per gigabyte.