Corsair updates Neutron GTX SSDs with 19 nm NAND

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Corsair has updated itsNeutron GTX series with 19 nm NAND flash memory.

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Why is 19nm flash memory better than 24nm flash memory?


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Because its cheaper to produce, and so therefore the price to the consumer is cheaper and … Oh wait.

Never mind.

Higher density nand also has reduced longevity, which greatly benefits the … Oh wait.

Never mind.


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[QUOTE=debro;2682353]Because its cheaper to produce, and so therefore the price to the consumer is cheaper and … Oh wait.

Never mind.

Higher density nand also has reduced longevity, which greatly benefits the … Oh wait.

Never mind.[/QUOTE]
So the lower the nm the better and longer lasting the nand, is that what you are trying to say? I thought that was the other way around, but then again I am always backwards.:bigsmile:


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[QUOTE=debro;2682353]
Higher density nand also has reduced longevity, which greatly benefits the … Oh wait.

Never mind.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=alan1476;2682454]So the lower the nm the better and longer lasting the nand, is that what you are trying to say? I thought that was the other way around, but then again I am always backwards.:bigsmile:[/QUOTE]

More nm is awesome …
Less nm = increased sales … due to increased failure rate … due to less nand write cycles …