The Team Group Xtreem-G1 120GB SSD
The same shiny finish that we found on the box was also on the label of the drive. On the front we can clearly see the capacity and model number.
The back of the drive has the specific model and serial number for the drive you just purchased.
On the side we found all of the mounting locations were where they should be, so you will not have a problem mounting this drive in your notebook or desktop with the correct adapter.
The power and data cables are where they should be. We took this image upside down so you could also see the two pins sticking out on the left side. Most companies don't bother putting these on any longer since they are not needed to flash the firmware any more.
We just can't help ourselves sometimes. Here we see the actual PCB removed from the case. The Indilinx controller and Elpida cache module are on the right side and our sample drive came with Intel 29F64C08FAMCI flash modules.
There is not much to see on the back of the PCB.
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