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Corsair debuts mainstream SSDs with new JMicron controller

Posted on Friday, February 26 2010 @ 17:03:59 CET by

Corsair introduced its Reactor SSDs, these disks are feature the new JMicron JMF612 controller and are available in 60GB and 120GB capacities. The specifications reveal read speeds of up to 250MB/s for both models and write speeds of up to 110MB/s for the 60GB model and up to 170MB/s for the 120GB version. JMicron has a bit name in the SSD market because its controllers suffered from stutter issues, but Corsair points out that the new JMF612 incorporates 128MB of DDR2 cache for stuffer-free performance. The 60GB and 120GB Reactor are listed online for $185 and $350, respectively.

Additionally, Corsair also introduced the Nova series which is based around the Indilinx Barefoot with 64MB cache. These disks offer read speeds of up to 270MB/s, the 64GB model has a write speed of 130MB/s, while the 128GB disk writes at up to 190MB/s. The 64GB and 128GB Nova SSDs retail for around $200 and $370, respectively.

Both the Reactor and Nova series have support for TRIM in Windows 7 and are backed by a two-year warranty.

Source: DailyTech



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