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[* black] As we saw earlier this year with the MacBook Air refreshes, Apple is switching to PCIe-based solid state drives across the board.
[* black] The slightly-revamped MacBook Pro 15" Retina is now included inwas finally invited to this speed-gains party, with a new Samsung PCIe SSD.
[* black] The slightly-revamped MacBook Pro 15" Retina is now included inwas finally invited to this speed-gains party, with a new Samsung PCIe SSD.
[* black] The Samtastic players involved in making this SSD a speedy storer:
[* red] Samsung [http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/product/mobile-dram/detail?productId=7609|K4P4G324EB-FGC2] 512 MB Mobile DRAM
[* orange] Samsung S4LNO53X01-8030 SSD Controller
[* yellow] Samsung [http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/html/common/file/support/part_number_decoder/Nand_Flash.pdf|K9HFGY8S5C] 32 GB NAND Flash Modules (8 chips for 256 GB total)