In their long list of new product announcements today, Corsair is also upgrading their top performance SSD drives lineup with the release of the Neutron XT SSDs. We already reviewed the drive and all of its available capacities (240GB, 480GB & 960GB) roughly two months ago, so this announcement is merely for the availability and MSRPs. For those who need a quick refresher, the Neutron XT is the first commercially available SSD with Phison's S10 contoller, which is equipped with Toshiba's A19nm NAND. The Neutron XT didn't set any new records in our tests, but it was a solid middle-class performer and I've been told Corsair is looking into new firmwares to further improve the performance in the future. The Neutron XT will be available...
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