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Does the Corsair Flash Voyager have SLC flash chips?


Hippolyt

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Hello,

 

I need for an application a very reliable USB memory stick (8 or 16 GB).

 

In the Internet Shop of the local Corsair distributor the Flash Voyager's flash chips are specified as SLC chips. SLC is the abbreviation of Single Level Cell, this is very welcome for high reliability applications. I would definitely prefer them to USB sticks which use MLC (Multi Level Cell) chips in this special case.

 

But: I do not find any hint on the Corsair web pages that the Flash Voyager really uses SLC flash chips.

 

Can somebody confirm that? I wonder how did the distributor get this information if it is not specified on the Corsair web page?

 

Thank you in advance,

regards

Hippolyt

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The Flash Voyager 4 Gig and above are all based on MLC more than 8 Gig has to be MLC, SLC will only see up to 8 Gig Max. The Flash Voyager GT are all based on SLC controllers.
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