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[* black] ''Yoink.'' There goes the proprietary solid state drive.
[* black] SSDs from MacBook Air models from top to bottom: 2012-11", 2013-11", and 2013-13".
[* black] It appears that the 2013 MacBook Air 11" uses the same [guide|15042|PCIe-based SSD that we dug out of the 13"|stepid=49088] model. However, this particular drive is a SanDisk module and uses components from three different manufacturers:
- [* red] SanDisk 05131 016G NAND flash (4 x 16 GB each for 128 GB total)
+ [* red] SanDisk 05131 016G 16 GB NAND flash (four on each side, total of 8 x 16 GB = 128 GB)
[* orange] Marvell 88SS9183 PCIe SSD controller
- [* yellow] Samsung [http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/product/consumer-dram/detail?productId=7709&iaId=739|K4B2G1646E|new_window=true] 2 Gb DRAM
+ [* yellow] Samsung [link|http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/file/product/ds_k4b2g1646e_rev121-0.pdf|K4B2G1646E|new_window=true] 2Gb DDR3 SDRAM