Corsair 60GB Force SSD 2.5" SATA-II Read = 285MB/s, Write = 275MB/s 50,000 IOPS £86.99 @ 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 Like #1
Its been the same price on scan loads of times over the last couple of weeks.
#2
I am holding out for cheaper/faster drives. Although I have been doing that for a couple of months now.
#3
I'm waiting for these to be £35
#4
I'm waiting on Sandforce drives crashing down in price to put one in the MacBook, after all faster ones won't be any extra benefit when the SATA connection only reaches 3gbps...
#5
mccririck
I'm waiting for these to be £35

Your in for a loooooong wait m8,
£1/gb would be a more likely first.
#6
RokkaMan
I'm waiting on Sandforce drives crashing down in price to put one in the MacBook, after all faster ones won't be any extra benefit when the SATA connection only reaches 3gbps...
There is still margin for improvement on sequential and that's not even mentioning random performance.
#7
Intel supposedly launch their 25nm G3 SSDs in February, that should shake the market up - I'm waiting until then to see what happens.
#8
I am waiting for the G3s, but February? Damn. Probably be even later in the UK then.
#9
They clearly have been delayed or they would have launched by now - they were originally supposed to have launched Q4 2010. It may be they are building up enough of a stockpile to ensure good supply - the G2 drives were under-supplied for some time after they launched.

I'm hoping for an 80gb Intel Value drive for £75.
#10
I wants me a 160GB for £150. Probably be £200.
#11
Sainsbo_McManus
Intel supposedly launch their 25nm G3 SSDs in February, that should shake the market up - I'm waiting until then to see what happens.


OcUK have a number of new OCZ Vertex 2 25nm drives out today
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/search_results.php?sortby=&groupid=&search=25nm

No real change in overall performance.
#12
Prices for those new 25nm OCZ Vertex 2 drives are in line with the older 34nm OCZ Vertex 2 drives (in terms of price per GB), despite everything I've heard about 25nm memory chips supposedly costing less to manufacture. Hopefully it's just OcUK price gouging. Or Intel charging OCZ an arm and a leg for the 25nm NAND chips, in order that they can undercut them in February with the G3s. Wishful thinking ?

Edited By: Sainsbo_McManus on Dec 25, 2010 00:26

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