Corsair 60GB Force SSD 2.5" SATA-II Read 285MB/s Write 275MB/s £97.00 delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Corsair 60GB Force SSD 2.5" SATA-II Read 285MB/s Write 275MB/s - Inc 2.5 To 3.5 Bracket

The Corsair Force Series SSD product line offers the highest performance in Read/Write speeds of up to a maximum read speed of 285MB/s and write speed of 275MB/s. If speed is what you are looking for and what you expect from your performance or gaming system the Corsair Force Series SSD's are the perfect choice.
Your system will start-up faster, applications and games will load quicker and you will see a huge improvement in overall system responsiveness. The Corsair Force Series SSD is the ultimate SSD for your demanding storage requirements Features

* Maximum sequential read speed 285 MB/second
* Maximum sequential write speed 275 MB/second
* Random 4K write performance of 50,000 IOPS (4K aligned)
* Latest generation SandForce controller and MLC NAND flash for fast performance
* Internal SATA II connectivity
* TRIM support (O/S support required)
* No moving parts for increased durability and reliability and quieter operations over standard hard disk drives
* Decreased power usage for increased notebook or netbook battery life
* 2.5" form factor for your portable computer needs
* Included 2.5" to 3.5" bracket for installation on your desktop computer
* Three year warranty
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#1
which one is better this or the ocz?
1 Like #2
Exact same, jsut a preference on brand.. but the new replacement for this has been announced:

http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=26811
1 Like #3
Although they have the same controller the OCZ is better than this as it has better firmware (I recently bought an SSD and this is what my research told me).
#4
Cracking deal :)
#5
£103.99 now.
[mod]#6
stonebear
£103.99 now.

Opening line of OP....
************IMORTANT Use code SSDSAVER to buy at this price************

;)
banned 2 Likes #7
Corsair has always acted like royalty as in, “Oh no, we don’t do that”. To have many loyal and mesmerised subjects afford one that privilege and positon, of course. Like all entities using religion as its spearhead, the last thing to benefit is efficacy, be it of price or of “all the other stuff”. OCZ was in that royal position too but somehow, perhaps having something to do with being some sort of underdog, started using their heads and not “that thingy down there”. For example, just look at Scotland [as compared to England] where the laws are mostly decolonised and de-regalised. When you are the topdog, you only have downwards to look forward to. In England, say, the bouncing of cheques is still seen as, “Oh, it’s just one of those things, you just pass it on, you know, Chaps” and with a pat on the hand, robin gets to go round. How colonial and sophisticated, especially when one is specially chosen - for abandonment, oka self-destruction.

As one poster has mentioned, Corsair’s F60 SSD firmware is, in theory, at a disadvantage though practically, there should not be any subjective difference - until it becomes discernable, and being regal, one should know when to dispose of the thingy, of course. As such, being human and not a colonial, why buy the imperceptably inferior stuff, inferior both in price and in firmware? Because one is attracted to the religion Corsair spouts? Hallelujah … Keep them all on their toes because the human animal is a very fickle and unpredictable beast - unless one is in bed with a particular religion, of course.


Edited By: gunsNbutter on Oct 08, 2010 01:37: update
#8
Corsair has always acted like royalty as in, “Oh no, we don’t do that”. To have many loyal and mesmerised subjects afford one that privilege and positon, of course. Like all entities using religion as its spearhead, the last thing to benefit is efficacy, be it of price or of “all the other stuff”. OCZ was in that royal position too but somehow, perhaps having something to do with being some sort of underdog, started using their heads and not “that thingy down there”. For example, just look at Scotland [as compared to England] where the laws are mostly decolonised and de-regalised. When you are the topdog, you only have downwards to look forward to. In England, say, the bouncing of cheques is still seen as, “Oh, it’s just one of those things, you just pass it on, you know, Chaps” and with a pat on the hand, robin gets to go round. How colonial and sophisticated, especially when one is specially chosen - for abandonment, oka self-destruction.As one poster has mentioned, Corsair’s F60 SSD firmware is, in theory, at a disadvantage though practically, there should not be any subjective difference - until it becomes discernable, and being regal, one should know when to dispose of the thingy, of course. As such, being human and not a colonial, why buy the imperceptably inferior stuff, inferior both in price and in firmware? Because one is attracted to the religion Corsair spouts? Hallelujah … Keep them all on their toes because the human animal is a very fickle and unpredictable beast - unless one is in bed with a particular religion, of course.

WTF :|
#9
LOL, i didnt get it either.
#10
andywedge
stonebear
£103.99 now.

Opening line of OP....
************IMORTANT Use code SSDSAVER to buy at this price************

;)


My bad. :-)
1 Like #11
I know what your saying GunsnButter but I don't know why your saying it like that.
1 Like #12
gunsNbutter
Corsair has always acted like royalty as in, “Oh no, we don’t do that”. To have many loyal and mesmerised subjects afford one that privilege and positon, of course. Like all entities using religion as its spearhead, the last thing to benefit is efficacy, be it of price or of “all the other stuff”. OCZ was in that royal position too but somehow, perhaps having something to do with being some sort of underdog, started using their heads and not “that thingy down there”. For example, just look at Scotland [as compared to England] where the laws are mostly decolonised and de-regalised. When you are the topdog, you only have downwards to look forward to. In England, say, the bouncing of cheques is still seen as, “Oh, it’s just one of those things, you just pass it on, you know, Chaps” and with a pat on the hand, robin gets to go round. How colonial and sophisticated, especially when one is specially chosen - for abandonment, oka self-destruction.

As one poster has mentioned, Corsair’s F60 SSD firmware is, in theory, at a disadvantage though practically, there should not be any subjective difference - until it becomes discernable, and being regal, one should know when to dispose of the thingy, of course. As such, being human and not a colonial, why buy the imperceptably inferior stuff, inferior both in price and in firmware? Because one is attracted to the religion Corsair spouts? Hallelujah … Keep them all on their toes because the human animal is a very fickle and unpredictable beast - unless one is in bed with a particular religion, of course.



One of the strangest rants seen on here for some time. I like it!
1 Like #13
gunsNbutter
Corsair has always acted like royalty as in, “Oh no, we don’t do that”. To have many loyal and mesmerised subjects afford one that privilege and positon, of course. Like all entities using religion as its spearhead, the last thing to benefit is efficacy, be it of price or of “all the other stuff”. OCZ was in that royal position too but somehow, perhaps having something to do with being some sort of underdog, started using their heads and not “that thingy down there”. For example, just look at Scotland [as compared to England] where the laws are mostly decolonised and de-regalised. When you are the topdog, you only have downwards to look forward to. In England, say, the bouncing of cheques is still seen as, “Oh, it’s just one of those things, you just pass it on, you know, Chaps” and with a pat on the hand, robin gets to go round. How colonial and sophisticated, especially when one is specially chosen - for abandonment, oka self-destruction.

As one poster has mentioned, Corsair’s F60 SSD firmware is, in theory, at a disadvantage though practically, there should not be any subjective difference - until it becomes discernable, and being regal, one should know when to dispose of the thingy, of course. As such, being human and not a colonial, why buy the imperceptably inferior stuff, inferior both in price and in firmware? Because one is attracted to the religion Corsair spouts? Hallelujah … Keep them all on their toes because the human animal is a very fickle and unpredictable beast - unless one is in bed with a particular religion, of course.



Interesting......perhaps care in the community isn't working too well.
#14
gunsNbutter2 people like this
Corsair has always acted like royalty as in, “Oh no, we don’t do that”. To have many loyal and mesmerised subjects afford one that privilege and positon, of course. Like all entities using religion as its spearhead, the last thing to benefit is efficacy, be it of price or of “all the other stuff”. OCZ was in that royal position too but somehow, perhaps having something to do with being some sort of underdog, started using their heads and not “that thingy down there”. For example, just look at Scotland [as compared to England] where the laws are mostly decolonised and de-regalised. When you are the topdog, you only have downwards to look forward to. In England, say, the bouncing of cheques is still seen as, “Oh, it’s just one of those things, you just pass it on, you know, Chaps” and with a pat on the hand, robin gets to go round. How colonial and sophisticated, especially when one is specially chosen - for abandonment, oka self-destruction.As one poster has mentioned, Corsair’s F60 SSD firmware is, in theory, at a disadvantage though practically, there should not be any subjective difference - until it becomes discernable, and being regal, one should know when to dispose of the thingy, of course. As such, being human and not a colonial, why buy the imperceptably inferior stuff, inferior both in price and in firmware? Because one is attracted to the religion Corsair spouts? Hallelujah … Keep them all on their toes because the human animal is a very fickle and unpredictable beast - unless one is in bed with a particular religion, of course.


whatever
#15
Purchsed

Going in my Compaq Mini 311c to start ( for fun)
But I will get my value out of this drive


COCO
#16
What are these for ?
#17
stonebear


My bad. :-)

God almighty...I hate that yankism.
Your bad what ? Teeth ? Piles ? Grammar ?
You watch too much American tripe on TV mate.

(Sorry - bit of a rant there !X) )
1 Like #18
PhilK
stonebear


My bad. :-)

God almighty...I hate that yankism.
Your bad what ? Teeth ? Piles ? Grammar ?
You watch too much American tripe on TV mate.

(Sorry - bit of a rant there !X) )


Says the guy with a Family Guy avatar. Oh, the irony.

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