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Can anyone confirm that corsair cheaps out on their NAND?
Is this using the Marvel controller?

"Cheaps out" is a bit harsh but yes they do use the cheaper asynchronous flash on the force 3 series. They do however use synchronous flash on the force 3 GT drives.
The performance Pro drive uses the marvel controller but i'm not sure what NAND they use on this drive.

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Can anyone confirm that corsair cheaps out on their NAND?
Is this using the Marvel controller?

"Cheaps out" is a bit harsh but yes they do use the cheaper asynchronous flash on the force 3 series. They do however use synchronous flash on the force 3 GT drives.
The performance Pro drive uses the marvel controller but i'm not sure what NAND they use on this drive.

Cheers
Zane

They use 32nm Toshiba Toggle-Mode DDR NAND 1.0 for the Performance Pro.
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They use 32nm Toshiba Toggle-Mode DDR NAND 1.0 for the Performance Pro.

Thanks for the info mate

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They use 32nm Toshiba Toggle-Mode DDR NAND 1.0 for the Performance Pro.

In a russian voice....


Is that good or bad?
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They use 32nm Toshiba Toggle-Mode DDR NAND 1.0 for the Performance Pro.

In a russian voice....


Is that good or bad?

LOL, yes, Toggle Mode DDR is best of NAND.
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Does Crucial M4 have installation kit for 3.5" rack or have I to buy it separately?
thanks
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Does Crucial M4 have installation kit for 3.5" rack or have I to buy it separately?
thanks

Mostly likely not but there is a m4 kit that's comes with the 3.5" rack but it might cost more.
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Really? wow that's awful, here i was thinking that corsair was a decent brand...
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that's what I thought too. since I love their DDR3. They also told me if i want the same performance as other SSD brands i have to get their high end SSD "Performance PRO" . mad.gif
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