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Corsair Force LS SSD is rebadged Silicon Power S55!?

Postby Ian on Sat Sep 07, 2013 9:46 pm

Not sure if Silicon Power is making these for Corsair or someone else is making both the S55 and Force LS. The cases on both are similar.. but hey, all SSD's kinda look alike. It's not until you crack it open and look at PCB that you see the internals are identical.

Here's the Silicon Power S55 that I have.

Silicon Power S55 PCB Top.png
Silicon Power S55 PCB Top.png (444.46 KiB) Viewed 1845 times


And the Corsair Force LS. Picture courtesy of TechPowerUp.

corsair force ls pcb.png
corsair force ls pcb.png (620.28 KiB) Viewed 1845 times


The PCB has the same part number. On difference I see is the part number for the NAND and the 4 pin connector is missing on the Corsair.
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Re: Corsair Force LS SSD is rebadged Silicon Power S55!?

Postby Ian on Sat Sep 07, 2013 9:49 pm

The PQI S510 also seems to be based on the same design. It's even closer to the S55. Only difference is the cache chip. It uses NANYA instead of Powerchip.

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