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Sunday, 15 April 2012
OCZ produces one of the speediest solid state drives in the market, in which their drives have shattered numerous world records for the speediest drives around. Apparently, one of the core components found on these SSDs is none other than a controller, which enables the drive to access and write data on the data storage material. Basically, OCZ uses something called the Indilinx controller, which is based on Marvell products.

As you know, Marvell does produce SSD drives, in which their components can be found in Crucial’s m4, and Intel’s 520. Although OCZ did not admit that they copied Marvell’s technology, still, OCZ reiterates that their SSD’s firmware is 100% home grown, which acts as one of the core important aspects of their solid state drives.

OCZ Indilinx Controller

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