Corsair Force F60 60GB SSD only £123.35 delivered (£115.14 if qualify for free delivery or Collect) @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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For maximum performance for the ultimate system. 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.

Based on the Sandforce controller, the Corsair Force Series SSD’s are the ultimate performance drive. Choose from the 60GB, 120GB, or 240GB drive for the highest performance and density. 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.

• Fast Performance - Games, applications and files load faster, while your system is more responsive
• Compatible - Proven technology with installations on tens of thousands of systems worldwide
• Flexible use - 2.5" form factor for your notebook or netbook needs, or use with included 3.5" bracket for your desktop computer
• Silent operation - No moving parts means zero noise and high reliability
• Low Power - Extend battery life for notebook and netbook users
• Relable - Over 1,000,000 hours mean time between failures
• Backed by Corsair - A respected name with a passion for great service and support

Need to click the today only link to get the best price. Comes with 2 2.5 to 3.5 brackets (part of the today only special)
Performs very similar to the recently posted OCZ Vertex 2E, is cheaper and does have better support if things go wrong
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#1
and before anyone else says it this is a performance part. yes a normal hard drive is cheaper and has more storage space. this will partner very well with a samsung f3 1tb hdd (also available on today only for decent prices)
#2
http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=87462
http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=88652
This is why I went with the OCZ, the recent F and R series have problems with disappearing from the BIOS on boot. And the OCZ support forums are pretty good ;)

Edited By: jpearn on Aug 13, 2010 23:03: .
#3
pretty hot im holdig out for sub £100 quid or just under. i'm defo going to get one before the VAT rise.
#4
You do realise the VAT rise isn't exactly going to double the cost and waiting an extra 3 months into next year you'll probably get 20% + more space per pound as costs drop on these?
#5
A VAT rise will increase the price by about £3. I'm sure there will be deals by January that make the VAT rise relatively insignificant.
#6
A hybrid drive like the Momentus® XT Solid-State Hybrid Drives offers a good compromise performance/size/price until the SSDs come down significantly in price.
banned#7
Any idea how fast a modern PC would boot up into windows if it was freshly installed onto an SSD?
#8
I wouldnt have a clue, but mine with a standard hd boots up in about 25 seconds. So would be hopeful of it being atleast 12-15 seconds.
#9
DarrylJohn
I wouldnt have a clue, but mine with a standard hd boots up in about 25 seconds. So would be hopeful of it being atleast 12-15 seconds.
If you mean post-bios, then that is realistic on a fresh install.
#10
Yeah I got the OCZ 60GB Vertex 2E ocuk had on their weekly offers. The corsair is the same drive but with issues from dissapearing in the bios. So OCZ safer bet and I am loving my drive, super-fast boot drive, absolutely slaughters the pair if raptors i had in RAID, so big thumbs up for SSD.
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MintMouse
DarrylJohn
I wouldnt have a clue, but mine with a standard hd boots up in about 25 seconds. So would be hopeful of it being atleast 12-15 seconds.
If you mean post-bios, then that is realistic on a fresh install.


Yeah. When the window's loading screen appears! Around about 25 seconds from that point for me

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