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LSI releases code to manufacturers – Increased capacity SSDs to hit the streets

Posted on Saturday, February 25 2012 @ 18:45:12 CET by


The SSD Review reports LSI has released code to manufacturers that enables firms to adjust the over provisioning of storage capacity on SandForce-based SSDs:
Those who have wondered why SandForce based SSDs seem to have a shorter storage capacity than all others (ie 240/256GB) need not worry further. LSI has recently released code to maufacturers which allows them to remove that 7% over provisioning that Sandforce drives are famous for without a performance kick, providing the consumer with 7% more storage on each new SSD.




 



 

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