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Yellowbeard, would you be able to tell us the NAND arrangement?

The current 120GB 34nm SandForce SSDs use 16x 16Gb NAND chips.
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How is it that the speeds compared on that site are almost identical, but the Vertex 2 25nm SSDs are considerably slower than their 34nm counterparts?
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How is it that the speeds compared on that site are almost identical, but the Vertex 2 25nm SSDs are considerably slower than their 34nm counterparts?
I would like to know this as well.
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Yellowbeard, would you be able to tell us the NAND arrangement?

The current 120GB 34nm SandForce SSDs use 16x 16Gb NAND chips.
LOL....have you been taking math lessons from me? 16 x 8GB 8GB is for overprovisioning resulting in a 120GB drive. I'm checking on the 25nm spex now, waiting on an email.
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LOL....have you been taking math lessons from me? 16 x 8GB 8GB is for overprovisioning resulting in a 120GB drive. I'm checking on the 25nm spex now, waiting on an email.
amazing, you totally ignored the other 2 posts
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amazing, you totally ignored the other 2 posts
I cannot comment on why 1 competitor's SSD would perform differently from another. You may want to ask OCZ that question. I consider it unprofessional to comment on our competitors in a situation where my comments may be seen as negative.
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Yellowbeard, would you be able to tell us the NAND arrangement?

The current 120GB 34nm SandForce SSDs use 16x 16Gb NAND chips.
And actually, I should read closer

F115 = 16
F80-A = 12
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