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[Techreport.com] Corsair Neutron SSDs employ new controller
Computex — There's a truly staggering number of solid-state drives on the market these days. However, the number of unique controller, NAND, and firmware combos is actually quite small. Most drive makers are essentially selling different versions of the same thing. Corsair's new Neutron SSD is different, though. The drive uses a controller chip from Link_A_Media Devices (LAMD), a company that's purportedly been making SSD controllers for enterprise products since 2004. This is the first time one of LAMD's controllers will be available in a consumer-oriented SSD.
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