Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Samsung confirmed 32nm Flash problems

A few days ago they appeared information that manufacturers solid state drives have problems with the latest 32nm generation of Samsung flash chips. The new chips have a slow speed of writing, which makes them inappropriate for use in the SSD because it is exactly one of the basic characteristics of these types of drives. After this information from the Samsung arrived confirmation about the existence of problems in which the company claims that the problem arose because of inadequate controller. Samsung is working on developing a new controller that should solve the existing problem, and his presentation is expected in a very short time.

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