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    Default What is the technical difference between Patriot PYRO and PYRO SE ?!!

    Hi all, my first post in here so please welcome
    i need to know what is the technical difference between Patriot PYRO and PYRO SE, if there any change in the NAND nod because the tow SSDs use the same controller, so what makes PYRO SE faster than PYRO ??

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    i found it:
    The Pyro SE gets synchronous NAND, which must mean the original Pyro has asynchronous NAND
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    The Pyro SE uses synchronous NAND, and the Pyro uses asynchronous NAND. The differences are highly technical (standards differences such as ONFi 1.x vs ONFi 2.x, silicon and system architecture differences, etc), but the Pyro SE will be faster in certain circumstances.
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    thanks BadIntentions
    now Pyro SE use synchronous but what about the interface its ONFi (open NAND Flash interface ) or Toggle DDR
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmed bika View Post
    thanks BadIntentions
    now Pyro SE use synchronous but what about the interface its ONFi (open NAND Flash interface ) or Toggle DDR
    I am not sure, I suspect its Synchronous IMFT or Toshiba. I don't have my hands on one myself.
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    That is correct, the different between Pyro and Pyro SE is; Pyro uses Asynchronous nand and Pyro SE uses Synchronous nand.

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    thanks BadIntentions and Patriot_VL for your reply and support
    but i have another question, what SE refers to ?! second edition i guess !!
    Last edited by ahmed bika; 11-02-2011 at 10:17 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmed bika View Post
    thanks BadIntentions and Patriot_VL for your reply and support
    but i have another question, what SE refers to ?! second edition i guess !!
    That is correct, SE stands for Second Edition.

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