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  • Casper42 - Monday, June 04, 2012 - link

    Link a Media Devices? I think someone needs to get fired for that name.
    Or maybe change it to Link a Media Enterprises.
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  • CeriseCogburn - Monday, June 04, 2012 - link

    The CEO founder and also master engineering design architect came up with that name, so I'm sure everyone agrees with you friendly ghost.
    Perhaps you'd like to give them their market area rollout plan corrections now as well, and of course don't forget some price criticism.

    I heard the CEO was a frat member of LAMDA LAMDA so don't expect changes too quickly that comport with your immensely skilled renaming.

    Is Neutron a problem ? I'm not sure how it can't be, right ?
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  • CeriseCogburn - Monday, June 04, 2012 - link

    PS you do realize your renaming scheme would make the company logo L A M E ...

    HAHAHHA - rofl !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    LAME - rename it to lame..... hahahahhahaha
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  • Paul Tarnowski - Tuesday, June 05, 2012 - link

    I believe the friendly apparition knew that when he proposed it. Reply
  • JNo - Tuesday, June 05, 2012 - link

    Head. Over. Straight. Your.

    Rearrange.
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  • MrSpadge - Tuesday, June 05, 2012 - link

    Curious: the specs seem to be very close to OCZ Everest 2, which is actually a Marvel controller. Now a new SSD controller pops out of nowhere.. I wonder if they're using the same or very similar Marvel tech. Reply
  • Gungel - Tuesday, June 05, 2012 - link

    LAMD is around for a while, but their controller was only available for enterprise level SSD's. Reply
  • Mr Alpha - Tuesday, June 05, 2012 - link

    Man, those are some terrible small IO read speeds. For the small IO sizes my 320 is 2x+ times faster. Does not bode well for real world performance. Reply
  • jwilliams4200 - Tuesday, June 05, 2012 - link

    I assume you are talking about the <4KiB read rates.

    I wouldn't worry much about anything less than 4KiB, since most reads are at least 4KiB or 8KiB or more.
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  • Mr Alpha - Wednesday, June 06, 2012 - link

    I did some profiling on my own system and 4KiB were by far the most common IO size. There is still a good chunk of IOs smaller than 4KiB and most of the rest being in the 4KiB-256KiB range, with just a smattering of IOs bigger than 256KiB.

    I wasn't just talking about <4KiB. It takes til 32KiB for that thing to match my 320 and 64KiB for it to surpass it. And here I'm talking about a SATA 3Gbps device with some age on it. Compare it to a SandForce drive or a Marvel based drive and it takes up 256KiB before it catches up.
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  • ganeshts - Thursday, August 09, 2012 - link

    Yes, the drives will definitely ship (quite soon, actually) Reply
  • JdmDoc - Friday, August 17, 2012 - link

    Hi everyone,

    This is my first post here... so don't hurt me please!

    I will receive 2x Neutron GTX 240gb sometime next week. AFAIK Corsair will release first production batch mid next week so the Neutron line prolly hits the specialty toy shops in about 2 weeks. This "release" is not confirmed but this is from my connection from an insider.

    I am a high-tech computer geek work and live in Silicon Valley; I read technical reviews on new release products, and constantly bugging my connections to buy at hook-up rate, but I don't do review postings...

    Just to share about the possible releasing date...
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  • JdmDoc - Sunday, August 19, 2012 - link

    geekfool,

    I am not.

    I said "Aug-2?-2012" but not "soon". I don't use "soon" to describe the date because that will only get people frustrated.

    Plus, their new "Raptor Gaming line looks like junks from China town"... I bashed again so just to make sure don't tag their logo on my back please.

    I love Corsair products but I could not agree with this Raptor stuffs. It looks cheap & crappy! I know the reason for the SSD-Neutron's delay and I think I have the clue why they bought Raptor company, but that is not our scope here.

    Again, I do not work for Corsair. I am just a lucky guy can afford to play electronic hardware puzzles when I have all the hook-ups from Asus, Intel, Corsair, Nvidia, Microsoft, and Dell.

    Just hope this Link a Media thing sparks some!
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  • john542 - Saturday, January 05, 2013 - link

    Wow.. Its really good.. I like it. Great technology.. Reply

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