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Corsair's Neutron GTX SSDs Feature 19 nm NAND and LAMD Controllers

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sair's Neutron GTX series of high-performance solid state drives have received a revision that swaps Toshiba's 24 nm Toggle NAND for 19 nm chips and utilizes a Multi-level Cell (MLC) architecture.

The Neutron GTX V2 will be available in capacities of 120 GB, 240 GB and 480 GB. It features read/write speeds of 550 MB/s and 470 MB/s, respectively, a 256 MB cache, and controllers from Link A Media Devices, a company that primarily focuses on enterprise-grade PCIe SSDs.

The Corsair Neutron GTX V2 SSD currently costs £167 (120 GB), £205 (240 GB) and £426 (480 GB).

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  • brythespy
    So now Nvidia will sue them for taking their "brand"?
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  • mapesdhs
    Why is the 120GB model so expensive? Makes no sense...

    Ian.

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  • vaughn2k
    SSDs WILL eventualy go cheaper... soon!
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  • Pyree
    mapesdhsWhy is the 120GB model so expensive? Makes no sense...Ian.I think it's because it's more economical to produce 256GB SSD at 19nm density.
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  • thecolorblue
    mapesdhsWhy is the 120GB model so expensive? Makes no sense...Ian.the £167 120GB model is a decoy choice.

    This is a classic well understood marketing trick to manipulate people into buying the particular product or SKU that the corporation wants to sell... in this case the 240GB model for £205.
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  • TheBigTroll
    brythespySo now Nvidia will sue them for taking their "brand"?
    they are partnered with nvidia. not to mention nvidia didnt patent the letters GTX
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