One of the LSI SandForce 2281 controllers, with these you actually get the actual full TRIM support and Garbage collection under Windows 7/8 or deleting files off of, will result in LBAs being TRIMed by the SF2281 controllers.
I didn't want to peal it off, but underneath that glued foam is the RAID controller, a Marvell 9100 series.
As you can see clearly, the two PCBs are connected towards on top of once controller board. Each SSD partition of the four of them has 8 20nm Micron NAND flash ICs tied to them. The two top PCBs are the SSDs, the lenghty one is simply the RAID controller board.
Mach Xtreme MX Express SSD Review Mach Xtreme MX Express released their PCI Express SSD, and we review it. Designed and based on PCI Express 2.0 x2/x4/x16 slot, the newcomers are 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB and 1,024 GB SSDs powered by SandForce controllers.
Mach Xtreme DS Turbo 120GB SSD review Today we look at an offering from Mach Technology (MX technology), they added no less than four new SATA 3 (SATA 3 6Gs) SSDs in their MX DS Turbo lineup, in 120GB, 180, 240GB and even 480MB capacities, all SATA 3 of course. The SSD drives come with that already prominent SandForce SF-2281 controller to deliver up to 555 MBps read and 510 MBps write speeds (when peaking).