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-[* black] With all the plastic bits out of the way, we can finally dig into the primary components of the Studio.
-[* black] We start with the high-powered half of this machine's hybrid hard disk: a standard, removable, 64 GB SanDisk M.2 SSD. And on board we find:
+[* black] With all the case bits out of the way, we can finally dig into the primary components of the Studio.
+[* black] We start with the high-powered half of this machine's hybrid storage: a standard, removable, 64 GB SanDisk [https://www.sandisk.com/content/dam/sandisk-main/en_us/assets/resources/enterprise/data-sheets/z400s-mainstream.pdf|Z400s|new_window=true] M.2 SSD. And on board we find:
[* red] SanDisk 05466 032G 32 GB NAND flash storage module (x2 for a total of 64 GB)
[* orange] Silicon Motion [http://www.siliconmotion.com/download.php?t=U0wyRnpjMlYwY3k4eU1ERTBMekE0THpBeEwzQnliMlIxWTNRNE1qYzRNakU1T1RNMkxuQmtaajA5UFZOTk1qSTBObGhVSUZCeWIyUjFZM1FnUW5KcFpXWmZUakEyTVRBPUM%3D|SM2246XT|new_window=true] SATA III 6 Gb/s DRAM-less SSD Controller
[* icon_note] Amusingly, someone must have decided it'd be better to slap down two 32 GB chips, rather than four 16 GB chips—hence this pair of empty solder pads.
[* black] Or was it simply more efficient to leave extra pads for the high-end 128 GB models? Either way, if you have a couple flash storage modules and a hot air rework station lying around, the SSD controller should happily take up to four NAND flash devices.