Alright, so here's the OCZ packaging. You receive the RevoDrive X2 SSD and a manual. Really it's all you receive. I imagine though that, if I bought the 960GB version at 3 Grand, I'd at least get a gorgeous blonde girl along with the package, to massage my neck after the whiplash received from all that high-speed performance ;)
Here's the RevoDrive X2, we keep calling it an SSD, while NAND Flash Storage card might sound better suited. We test the 240GB model, which in fact has 256GB FLASH NAND on there spread out over a total of 64 NAND ICs and two PCBs.
Here you can see that a tad better. The PCBs are interconnected, two PCBs with four 64GB SSD partitions.
And here we can see the backside. Also one SSD partition of 16x4=64GB is located here.
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