Reviews and Problems with Corsair Extreme Series 64GB SSD (CMFSSD-64D1)
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Very fast well worth the investment
Neil Troy, Amazon
14 July 2010
Summary: I purchased this drive to replace the standard 5400 rpm drive in my new Asus UL30Vt-X1 laptop. I have been using RAID 0 setups on my desktops for the past decade and have never felt they delivered the right performance level for the price.
Summary: I have installed this SSD only a few days ago, so I cannot comment on the long term performance or durability. As most of you know, the much talked about topic regarding the SSD is their "write" performance after some use.
Summary: Actual size is 59.9 GB, I got this for my ASUS G50VT-A2 laptop to run as the primary HDD instead of the original 7200 rpm Seagate that came with it, vista takes about 15 GB(will upgrade to windows 7 as soon as I get my free copy!
Summary: Bought this as the operating system drive for my new editing machine. Windows 7 boots up in no time at all from this hard drive, and my editing software is a lot faster at starting as well. A point to make out though is that solid state drives are designed for fast reading and not fast writing.