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Old 05-09-14, 07:19 AM
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New Corsair SSD's ?

I was about to go buy a Corsair Neutron GTX SSD and noticed OCUK only have the GT, GS and LX in, Is this a sign of a new SSD coming out ?

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Old 05-09-14, 07:21 AM
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I was about to go buy a Corsair Neutron GTX SSD and noticed OCUK only have the GT, GS and LX in, Is this a sign of a new SSD coming out ?
but the GTX is so good even now, that would be quite a shock but awesome if they can improve upon it further. Hype!
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Old 05-09-14, 08:01 AM
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arent the corsair not also just rebrands?
I dont know I will stick with the trusty stuff from crucial or samsung
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arent the corsair not also just rebrands?
I dont know I will stick with the trusty stuff from crucial or samsung
You mean the Neutron/GTX SSD's ?

The Neutrons and Neutron GTX's all have a different controller, The LAMD controller and are the only ones to use it in their whole SSD lineup.

The rest use Silicon Motion and Sandforce controllers.
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You mean the Neutron/GTX SSD's ?

The Neutrons and Neutron GTX's all have a different controller, The LAMD controller and are the only ones to use it in their whole SSD lineup.

The rest use Silicon Motion and Sandforce controllers.
I ment if the Corsair SSDs are their own "design" or if the just took an ssd from another brand and put their logo on it, like adata does with the SP920,its the same as the Crucial M500
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I ment if the Corsair SSDs are their own "design" or if the just took an ssd from another brand and put their logo on it, like adata does with the SP920,its the same as the Crucial M500

Ah ok, Yes the Neutron line are their own drives as well as the LX I believe but the others are all pretty much the same as every SSD on the market.
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I ment if the Corsair SSDs are their own "design" or if the just took an ssd from another brand and put their logo on it, like adata does with the SP920,its the same as the Crucial M500
I can't recall anything that Corsair straight up just rebrand except for maybe the H50/55/110 are very close to the Asetek units. While a lot of manufacturers build their stuff most of it is designed or specified in a unique way. SSD's are probably the closest thing in Corsairs lineup to their original specialist area of memory so I would of thought they are to their own spec?

I don't think you can read much into OCUK's stock although ultimately everything will be replaced one day. I mean try looking for an AX1200i now, there aren't many retailers with them (bad example now I just checked but a couple months ago ocuk/scan/ebuyer didn't have them)

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