Corsair Force LX 512GB SSD
Green is the color of the day today. The Force Series LX continues the Force tradition with a new color, this time lime green.
The back of the package gives some general information about the Force Series LX and the cut out on the box shows the capacity size as well as the part number.
Inside the retail package, we found the SSD and a paper warranty statement.
Here we get our first look at the Force Series LX drive. Corsair used a black brushed aluminum case for this SSD.
As mentioned on the specifications page, this is a 7mm design, so it will fit in many new Ultrabook designs.
The PCB is a low-cost design that reduces the manufacturing cost.
The Silicon Motion SM2246EN controller is a 4-channel design backed by a NANYA 256MB DRAM buffer.
Corsair packaged Micron 128Gbit 20nm NAND flash.
There are eight NAND flash packages in total, eight on each side.
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