Corsair 60GB Force SSD 2.5" SATA-II Read = 285MB/s, Write = 275MB/s £88.00 @ 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
Do these not come in SATA 3, as the Crucial ones do (I think)?

I'm looking to spec a new PC and will use a pair of SATA 3 SSD's in RAID 0 for the boot drive, OS and key programs.
#2
LotusJas
Do these not come in SATA 3, as the Crucial ones do (I think)?I'm looking to spec a new PC and will use a pair of SATA 3 SSD's in RAID 0 for the boot drive, OS and key programs.

I would have thought 1 ssd would have been good enough for what your trying to speed up..
#3
Great price for this drive. I paid about £15-£20 more about a month or two back.
#4
sparky.shark


I would have thought 1 ssd would have been good enough for what your trying to speed up..


Yes, but it's cheaper to get two smaller SSDs than one twice the size, plus RAID 0 will be faster anyway :)

Anyway, my point is this seems not to be SATA 3.
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LotusJas
sparky.shark


I would have thought 1 ssd would have been good enough for what your trying to speed up..


Yes, but it's cheaper to get two smaller SSDs than one twice the size, plus RAID 0 will be faster anyway :)

Anyway, my point is this seems not to be SATA 3.


No these don't come with SATA 3, with the new Intel drives are out in the next month or two, and as they are using a smaller die size for the wafers they will increase the storage size for the same money.

Another thing to point out is that if you raid 2 ssds then you won't have any TRIM support, so it will degrade in performance over time, so will eventually be slower than 1 ssd on it own

Edited By: droitwichgal on Nov 20, 2010 17:48
#6
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/120gb-corsair-ssd-25-force-series-285mb-s-read-275mb-s-write-includes-25-to-35-bracket

120gig, same performance same/less price.

It's on scans today only for the weekend as well for £170
#7
LotusJas
sparky.shark
I would have thought 1 ssd would have been good enough for what your trying to speed up..
Yes, but it's cheaper to get two smaller SSDs than one twice the size, plus RAID 0 will be faster anyway :)Anyway, my point is this seems not to be SATA 3.

i was thinking of doing the same but i didnt want to lose the TRIM support that windows 7 gives.
#8
StealMySoda
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/120gb-corsair-ssd-25-force-series-285mb-s-read-275mb-s-write-includes-25-to-35-bracket

120gig, same performance same/less price.

It's on scans today only for the weekend as well for £170

If you don't qualify for free delivery at scan, then dabs works out cheaper @ £172.67
http://www.dabs.com/products/corsair-memory-120gb-2-5--force-series-solid-state-drive-72XD.html
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droitwichgal


No these don't come with SATA 3, with the new Intel drives are out in the next month or two, and as they are using a smaller die size for the wafers they will increase the storage size for the same money.

Another thing to point out is that if you raid 2 ssds then you won't have any TRIM support, so it will degrade in performance over time, so will eventually be slower than 1 ssd on it own


Thanks SO VERY much :):)

I was unaware of TRIM and was about to make a huge mistake here with my new PC! :(

You've avoided me making that mistake, and I HUGELY appreciate your post :) Thanks!

I agree, TRIM is essential !

Sounds like I would be best off going for a single larger SATA 3 SSD :)
#10
if you're gona buy 2 for raid 0, better off getting a single 120gb. real world performance isn't that noticable in raid-0 with ssd's.

and the trim issue with raid.

Edited By: nic5354 on Nov 20, 2010 20:50
#11
SSD's at this speed don't really have a future anyway with things like this:
http://www.guru3d.com/article/ocz-ibis-ssd-review/7

being released, even SATA 3 will be obsolete within 12 months nevermind SATA 2.

I was tempted to buy a SATA 3 pci card and get one of crucial SSD, so glad I didn't now.
#12
StealMySoda
SSD's at this speed don't really have a future anyway with things like this:
http://www.guru3d.com/article/ocz-ibis-ssd-review/7


being released, even SATA 3 will be obsolete within 12 months nevermind SATA 2.

I was tempted to buy a SATA 3 pci card and get one of crucial SSD, so glad I didn't now.


If that's the way you see it, I hope you have deep pockets.
#13
StealMySoda
SSD's at this speed don't really have a future anyway with things like this:
http://www.guru3d.com/article/ocz-ibis-ssd-review/7


being released, even SATA 3 will be obsolete within 12 months nevermind SATA 2.

I was tempted to buy a SATA 3 pci card and get one of crucial SSD, so glad I didn't now.

SSD's have more benefits than just speed: they are quieter, often use less power, run cooler and are way more shockproof compared to hard drives due to having no moving parts.
#14
StealMySoda
SSD's at this speed don't really have a future anyway with things like this:
http://www.guru3d.com/article/ocz-ibis-ssd-review/7


being released, even SATA 3 will be obsolete within 12 months nevermind SATA 2.

I was tempted to buy a SATA 3 pci card and get one of crucial SSD, so glad I didn't now.


I'm not convinvced. That OCZ device suffers from lacking TRIM, and also has a high CPU load. Plus it's VERY expensive. Given that my new PC mobo will be SATA 3, it makes more sense to add a single SATA 3 SSD. And the tech is available today :)

Unless I'm missing something?
#15
LotusJas
StealMySoda
SSD's at this speed don't really have a future anyway with things like this:
http://www.guru3d.com/article/ocz-ibis-ssd-review/7


being released, even SATA 3 will be obsolete within 12 months nevermind SATA 2.

I was tempted to buy a SATA 3 pci card and get one of crucial SSD, so glad I didn't now.


I'm not convinvced. That OCZ device suffers from lacking TRIM, and also has a high CPU load. Plus it's VERY expensive. Given that my new PC mobo will be SATA 3, it makes more sense to add a single SATA 3 SSD. And the tech is available today :)

Unless I'm missing something?


It may do, BUT so did the first SSD drives. This will just be the first in a new generation of SSD's.

What I'm saying is, SATA III was released a few months ago, and it's limit has already been reached.

The future just looks better and better for SSDs.
#16
I have a C60 on a n270atom
waste , i know

but it boots 41secs and to the browser in 46.5
I am happy to sling the netbook about now cause there are less moving parts

When I upgrade the desktop this will be my new boot drive next year or so

Also with the appreaence of CHROME OS I might just have a small device fast enough to run Chromium

I want it bad - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTFfl7AjNfI

COCO

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