Neo Forza eSports NFP075 m.2 2280 1TB PCIe SSD Review
The NFP075 eSports M.2 SSD from Neo Forza does fall in line with the rated specifications, while the capacity does make the drive ideal as a boot drive. It does incorporate selected 3D TLC ICs but also DRAM cache for storing the mapping tables; the controller is a Phison PS5012-E12S with LDPC error correction and NVM Express 1.3 standard support. Neo Forza rates the drive for 1350TB writes (much higher than QLC models) when talking about the 1TB SKU and offers a 3-year warranty. By using 3D TLC instead of QLC, the drive can sustain higher performance levels, without dropping so much as a regular QLC model.