The SSD Review have had the ADATA XPG SX930 SSD on their test bench this week - here's a snippet from their review:\n\n[QUOTE]The ADATA XPG SX930 is a SATA 6Gb/s 2.5″ 7mm form factor SSD. It is available in capacities of 120GB (.99), 240GB (9.99), and 480GB (9.99), however, there isn’t a 960GB variant. This leaves something to be desired because most other companies have a 1TB class SSD in their enthusiast level product lines. The lack there of a 1TB class model isn’t their fault entirely, it is really due to the new controller’s limitations.\n\nThe XPG SX930 is the first SSD in the market with the JMicron JMF670H controller, which is a 32-bit single core ARM9 based design and supports 4 channels. If you recall, another value oriented controller, the Silicon Motion SM2246EN, is a 4 channel controller as well and it supports up to 1TB capacity. So why doesn’t this one? The issue lies with the amount of DRAM it can address. Current NAND mapping tables require about 1MB of DRAM per 1GB of NAND. This controller can only support up to 512MB of DRAM, therefore it can only support up to 512GB of NAND. It won’t be until their next generation controller that we will see support for up to 2GB of DRAM or 2TB.[/QUOTE]\n\n[CENTER][IMG]http://tssdrcdn.thessdreview1.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Adata-XPG-SX930-SSD-Family-1024x683.jpg[/IMG] [/CENTER]\n\nRead the full review [URL='http://www.thessdreview.com/our-reviews/adata-xpg-sx930-ssd-review-120gb240gb480gb/']here[/URL].