The new kid in the SSD controller wars is LAMD, or Link_A_Media which is paired with 256GB of IMFT 25nm NAND in the new Corsair Neutron SSD. [H]ard|OCP loved what they saw, the lowest recorded latency in their max read tests and their max write tests. This great result may not shock those of you who have encountered LAMD in the past, they have provided enterprise class products for a long time now, they are only new to the consumer/enthusiast market. Check out the next great SSD controller on the market, which will hopefully drive Indilinx, Intel and Sandforce to better their upcoming controllers.
"Corsair innovates as the first company to market a consumer LAMD controlled SSD. While the Corsair line currently utilizes both of the highest performing controllers on the market, the new LAMD controller has generated more than its fair share of interest, so we take a look and see how the newest entrant to the SSD realm fares."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Crucial V4 256GB SSD Review @ Hardware Canucks
- Corsair Force GT 240GB @ Tweaktown
- Corsair Neutron 240GB and Neutron GTX 240GB @ Kitguru
- Silicon Power Velox V70 240GB @ SSD Review
- ADATA SX300 128GB mSATA SSD Review – LSI SandForce Performance In Top Capacities @ SSD Review
- OCZ Agility 4 @ AnandTech
- Samsung 830 256GB SSD Review @ HCW
- Crucial V4 256GB SSD Review – All Is Not SATA 3 Just Yet @ SSD Review
- OCZ Agility 4 256 GB SSD @ Hardware.Info
- Plextor M5 Pro SSD @ XSReviews
- Plextor M5 Pro (256GB) @ AnandTech
- SuperSSpeed S302 Hyper Gold MLC 240GB SSD @ Tweaktown
- VisionTek Racer Series 120GB @ Tweaktown
- Mushkin Catalyst Cache 50GB SSD @ Bjorn 3D
- Corsair Force GS 240GB SSD Review @ Hardware Canucks
- Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB @ Tweaktown
- Crucial v4 256GB vs. OCZ Agility 4 256GB SSD Shootout @ Techspot
- OCZ Agility 4 256GB Review @ OCC
- ZXT Aperture M 5.25" USB 3.0 Card Reader @ TechwareLabs
- Adaptec Series 7 Enterprise RAID Controllers with PCIe 3.0 @ Tweaktown
- Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ G2 USB Drive Review @ OCC
- Patriot 32GB Class 10 EP Pro SDHC @ Neoseeker
- Vantec NexStar MX Enclosure Review @ Hi Tech Legion
- Thermaltake BlacX 5G HDD Docking Station Review @ eTeknix
- Buffalo TeraStation Pro Duo WSS review – NAS with Windows Storage Server @ Hardware.info
- Kingston 64GB Wi-Drive @ SSD News
- D-Link ShareCenter Quattro DNS-345 @ Hardware.info
- Convar BytePac Eco-Friendly Paper Hard Drive Enclosure Review @ Legit Reviews
- Icy Dock Convenient SSD/HDD Conversion Kits @ Pro-Clockers
- Patriot Supersonic 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review – Updated @ PCSTATS
- RAIDON Runner R2420-B3 Easy Ejection 2.5" SSD/HDD RAID Enclosure Review @ NikKTech
- Fractal Design Array R2 mini-ITX NAS Chassis Review @ Techgage
- Patriot EP Pro SDHC UHS-1 32GB @ Guru of 3D
- ADATA Nobility NH13 750GB External Hard Drive Review @ TechwareLabs
- Thermaltake BlacX 5G SATA/USB Docking Station @ Benchmark Reviews
- LaCie 4big Rack Office review: deluxe storage rack for the office? @ Hardware.info
- Synology DiskStation DS413j NAS Review @ HardwareHeaven
- Promise Pegasus J2 Review: The Smallest High Performance Thunderbolt Drive @ AnandTech
- Icy Dock MB994IPO-3SB Slim ODD + 2x 2.5" HDD Multi Bay Review @ Hi Tech Legion
- Synology DS213 and DS213+ NAS review: the same but different @ Hardware.info
I wonder when SSD controllers
I wonder when SSD controllers will become boring?
I want to pull the trigger on
I want to pull the trigger on that 240GB Agility 3 ($155) but this is complicating things. Oh well! It will be a while before we see the Neutron drop to around .65/GB.
So when’s Allyn doing a
So when’s Allyn doing a review of this bad boy?
Anything is better than SSD’s
Anything is better than SSD’s that use SandForce controllers – talk about the worst reliability.
Friends don’t let friends buy OCZ!