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ADATA S511 120GB - Intel 29F64G08AAME1
ADATA S511 240GB - Intel 29F16B08CAME1
Corsair Force Series 3 120GB - Micron 29F64G08CBAAA
Corsair Force Series GT 120GB - Micron 29F64G08CBAAB.
Corsair Performance 3 128GB - Toshiba TH58TVG7D2FBA89
Corsair Performance 3 256GB - Toshiba TH58TV68D2FBA89
Crucial RealSSD C300 128GB -
Crucial RealSSD C300 256MB -
Crucial RealSSD C300 512GB
Crucial m4 128GB -
Crucial m4 256MB - Micron 29F128G08CFAAB
Crucial m4 512GB -
Intel SSD 510 120GB – Intel 29F64G08CAMDD
Intel SSD 510 250GB – Intel 29F16B08JAMDD
Kingston HyperX 240GB – Intel 29F16B08CCME2
Mushkin Enhanced Chronos Deluxe
OCZ Solid 3 120GB - Micron 29F64G08CBAAA
OCZ Agility 3 120GB –
OCZ Agility 3 240GB – Micron 29F128G08CFAAA
OCZ Vertex 3 120GB - Intel 29F64G08ACME2
OCZ Vertex 3 240GB - Intel 29F16B08CCME2
OCZ Vertex 3 Max IOPS 120GB -
OCZ Vertex 3 Max IOPS 240GB - Toshiba TH58TAG7D2FBA89
OWC Mercury Electra 6G 120GB -
OWC Mercury Electra 6G 240GB – Intel 29F16BG08CAME1
OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 6G 120GB - Micron 29F64G08CBAAB
OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 6G 240GB – Micron 29F128G08CFAAB
OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 6G 120GB - Toshiba TH58TAG7D2FBA89
OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 6G 240GB - Toshiba TH58TAG7D2FBA89
Patriot Pyro 120GB - Micron 29F64G08CBAAA
Patriot Wildfire 120GB
OCZ Agility 3 240GB SSD - Asynchronous NAND
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4346/o...3-240gb-reviewAs always, we look at the part number to tell us what's going on. Micron's part numbers are a little different than Intel's but the key things to pay attention to here are the 128G (128Gbit packages, 16GB per package) and characters 11 and 14. Character 11 here is an F, which corresponds to 2 die per package (2 x 8GB 25nm die in each NAND device) while number 14 is an A, indicating that this is asynchronous NAND. To date I've only encountered 25nm synchronous (represented by the letter B) NAND, but as with any other silicon device there's always a cost savings if you can sacrifice performance.
OCZ Vertex 3 240GB SSD - Synchronous NAND
http://www.anandtech.com/show/4316/o...3-240gb-reviewThese are Intel 25nm NAND devices, looking at the part number tells us a little bit about them. You can ignore the first three characters in the part number, they tell you that you're looking at Intel NAND. Characters 4 - 6 (if you sin and count at 1) indicate the density of the package, in this case 64G means 64Gbits or 8GB. The next two characters indicate the device bus width (8-bytes). Now the ninth character is the important one - it tells you the number of die inside the package. These parts are marked A, which corresponds to one die per device. The second to last character is also important, here E stands for 25nm.
Once again we have sixteen NAND devices, eight on each side. OCZ standardized on Intel 25nm NAND for both capacities initially. The density string on the 240GB drive is 16B for 16Gbytes (128 Gbit), which makes sense given the drive has twice the capacity.
A look at the ninth character on these chips and you see the letter C, which in Intel NAND nomenclature stands for 2 die per package (J is for 4 die per package if you were wondering).