G.Skill Phoenix 

Released April, 2010
  • 240 GB
  • 2.5" SATA II

The fundamental design of the controller has remained unchanged, but the new stepping introduces DevSleep support for improved power efficiency, although in this case DevSleep brings no real added value.
by Kristian-Vättö (Dec, 2014)
It makes sense for G.Skill to pursue the ultra high-end niche because the SATA SSD market is currently extremely populated.
by Kristian-Vättö (Dec, 2014)

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The fundamental design of the controller has remained unchanged, but the new stepping introduces DevSleep support for improved power efficiency, although in this case DevSleep brings no real added value.
Since XP941 boot support is mostly limited to motherboards with the Z97 chipset, there is a market for users with older motherboards where the XP941 is simply not an option due to the lack of boot support.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

storage

Capacity 240 GB
Interface SATA II
Interface speed 3 Gbit/s
Controller SandForce 1200
Memory type MLC

form factor

Form factor 2.5"

manufacturer performance

MTBF 2,000,000 hours
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