The G.Skill Falcon FM-25S2S-128GBF1 SSD]
The outer case for the Falcon is typical G.Skill; the new sticker resembles the packaging that we just looked at on the previous page.
The back of the drive is where you will find the model number as well as the drives serial number.
The data and power connectors are where they should be and are both within specification. You will notice a small two pin jumper next to the data connector. This is where you jump the pins with the included jumper to flash the drive to the latest firmware. At this time G.Skill has not released an updated firmware but may do so in the future.
Here we see that the Falcon complies with the specifications for mounting the drive to an adapter.
One thing that I did notice is that the jumper for the G.Skill Falcon is very small, like the old jumpers found on SCSI drives to set their identification number along the chain. If you have large hands you may need to get out the tweezers to fit the jumper.
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