After Samsung's first SSD is the in-house developed RBB controller while installed still used by many major notebook manufacturers could moderate in the retail market but only a record of success, logs Samsung back now: The "470 Series" is now selling first retail drives that can compete again with the current competition, the 470 Series is used on the upcoming MAX controller while another in-house development - what he does, we'll look at in this article.
The last meeting with an SSD based on Samsung-RBB-controller is now over a year ago, at that time she could not convince the sequential transfer rate, remained at the pinnacle, namely reading and writing of small blocks, but significantly behind the competition back. Also, Samsung was then the last manufacturer to its controller the TRIM command has been taught Indilinx and Intel had appropriate firmware updates available for a long time, Samsung SSDs were therefore in the retail market for a long time not known.
Even though Samsung has been the whole time not only controller, but also entire disks made, but these were intended for the OEM market, did you had a drive with warranty, to a manufacturer like Corsair Or OCZ fall back, sold the Samsung drives under its own name. The 470 Series is now not only introduced a new controller that is named and described briefly below S3C29MAX01 with MAX, the 470 Series is now also the first time by Samsung itself in the retail market - offered - with a manufacturer warranty.