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Old 17th June 2010, 20:40   #1
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Default Samsung 512GB SSD with new memory technology

Samsung has presented a new addition to its family of solid state drives, and with 512GB capacity it's one spacious newcomer. Even more interesting are the memory circuits it uses, toggle-mode DDR NAND, together with a Samsung made memory controller.

Samsung makes its own toggle-mode DDR NAND circuits with 30nm technology and the 512 GB SSD have a bunch of 32 gigabit memory chips inside. Together with an energy efficient SSD controller developed specifically for toggle-mode DDR NAND Samsung specifies the read and write speeds to 250 MB/s and 220 MB/s respectively.

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