Corsair is the first gaming and enthusiast brand to cooperate with the japanese SSD controller manufacturer Link A Media Device (LAMD). LAMD is well known in the enterprise business but not in the gaming and enthusiast market. With the Neutron GTX there is now a drive that sould be capable of delivering up to 555 Megabyte per second sequential read, 511 Megabyte per second sequential write and up to 85'000 IOPS.
Specifications / Delivery
||Corsair Neutron GTX 240 GByte
555 MB/s reading, up to 511 MB/s writing
up to 85'000 IOPS, random
||< 0.1 ms
Neutron GTX from Corsair you get a 240 Gigabyte
SSD which is based on a LAMD LM87800 controller and Toggle NAND Flash memory from
These have been manufactured using a 24 nanometer process and the exact product
number is TH58TEG802HBA8C. Unfortunately we don't know how many P/E-cycles
these chips allow but since a smaller manufacturing process reduces P/E-cycles
we guess that these chips must be somewhere between 3'000 and 5'000 P/E-cycles.
A closer look at the delivery shows that there is 2.5 inch to 3.5 inch
adapter bracket, a set of screws and a manual. There is no disk imaging software included in the
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