The Corsair Nova 128GB SSD SSD
Here we get our first look at the Corsair Nova. All of the information is located on the top sticker.
The back of the drive has the standard mounting locations that are used in many notebooks today.
The side of the drive has the standard mounting locations for use in desktop adapters.
On the back we see standard data and power connectors. The Nova does not have any jumpers or USB connectors here.
On the inside we see the Indilinx Barefoot with the M01-LC code that tells us it is the new ECO model. 16 Intel flash chips are used as well as the Elpida 64MB cache module.
The desktop 3.5" drive adapter also comes with the screws you will need to install the drive and adapter in your desktop.
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