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[solved] Help ID this S logo on SSD NAND

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[solved] Help ID this S logo on SSD NAND

I bought this Chinese mSATA SSD, and was trying to figure out who made the NAND.

Beside the logo, it says:
PFG82
SS
1906

Thanks :) .
vasekydram.jpg
edit// Marked as "solved". Thanks, everyone.
Last edited by rabbit on May 12th, 2019 2:59 am, edited 1 time in total.
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I am going with Superman NAND
I workout to get big so I can pickup bricks and ****.
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Keigotw wrote: I think is Spectek NAND
x2--it's Spectek, which is still Micron. There aren't that many manufacturers of NAND, really.
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toalan wrote: I am going with Superman NAND
The House of El does not produce off brand NAND.
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Thanks, everyone. I'm glad to hear that it's Micron. I was worried there that I got some dud.

FYI, it's a Vaseky V800. From the multiple reviews I've seen:
- 32GB uses no-name/unknown
- 64GB uses Sandisk
-128GB uses Toshiba
Silicon Motion, DRAMless controller on all
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rabbit wrote: FYI, it's a Vaseky V800. From the multiple reviews I've seen:
- 32GB uses no-name/unknown
- 64GB uses Sandisk
-128GB uses Toshiba
Silicon Motion, DRAMless controller on all
This is the "problem" with low-end SSDs, whether they're off-branded China ones or mainstream name-brands--the NAND and controller (the entire SSD at times) can be different from batch to batch, even if the model is exactly the same. Kingston, ADATA, SanDisk, et al, are all guilty of this on their low-end lines too.

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