Quickly say LAMD Amber controller 3 times ... or read this Neutron GTX reivew

Subject: Storage | June 20, 2013 - 04:40 PM |
Tagged: LAMD Amber, corsair, neutron gtx

Corsair's Neutron GTX has 240GB of 19nm MLC NAND with a LAMD Amber controller, similar to the previous model but with process shrunk RAM.  Write speeds do suffer from the new flash, but that will only be noticeable during large file transfers not during normal usage scenarios.  On the other hand [H]ard|OCP noticed many performance increases which were due to the LAMD Amber controller and netted this drive a Silver award.  The SSD market is very large, with many makes and models available; this drive is worth putting on your short list.

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"Corsair moves to a smaller 19nm Toshiba Toggle MLC NAND with its LAMD-controlled Neutron GTX Series of SSDs. This shrink comes amongst stiff competition from other manufacturers, and a new SSD that is very similar to the Neutron GTX. Today we see how the new GTX stacks up against its increased competition."

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Corsair's new Neutron family of SSDs with the brand new LAMD controller

Subject: Storage | August 27, 2012 - 03:31 PM |
Tagged: Link A Media, LAMD, corsair, neutron, neutron gtx, ssd, LM87800

We have certainly seen a lot of new versions of SSD controllers from companies well established in the market but there haven't been any new companies join the market until earlier this month.  Corsair unveiled their new Neutron series of SSDs, featuring the new  LM87800 controller from Link A Media.  Both models contain a pair of Samsung DDR2-800 128MB DRAM cache for a total of 256MB of cache, the difference is in the flash, with the GXT sporting eight 32GB modules of Toshiba Toggle Mode 24nm NAND while the non-GTX model has sixteen 16GB modules of synchronous Micron 25nm NAND.  Check out SSD Reviews article to see how that effects the performance.

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"It is always an exciting time when a new controller makes it’s way on to the SSD scene. It is like seeing a new contender in any sporting event and predicting their success based on the balance of strength and inexperience. Our analysis today examines the new Link A Media (LAMD) 6Gbps controller found within the Corsair Neutron and Neutron GTX SSDs. Watch as the Neutron delivers a first round knockout."

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Source: SSD Review