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The HyperX Predator 480 GiB - Components

Removing the sticker that covers the component side of the M.2 card, you can see four flash memory chips, the controller chip, and one DDR3L memory chip used as a buffer.

Kingston HyperX Predator vs. HyperX Savage 480 GBFigure 5: sticker removed

At the other side of the card there are another four flash memory chips and another DDR3L chip.

Kingston HyperX Predator vs. HyperX Savage 480 GBFigure 6: underside

The controller used by the HyperX Predator is the Marvell 88SS9293.

Kingston HyperX Predator vs. HyperX Savage 480 GBFigure 7: controller

The unit brings two DDR3L-1600 chips with 512 MiB capacity each, model Kingston D2516EC4BXGGB, which work as data buffer.

Kingston HyperX Predator vs. HyperX Savage 480 GBFigure 8: buffer

The NAND flash memory chips are from Toshiba, model TH58TEG9DDKBA8H.

Kingston HyperX Predator vs. HyperX Savage 480 GBFigure 9: memory chip