Reviews and Problems with Corsair Neutron GTX Series (CSSD-N120GBGTXB-BK / CSSD-N240GBGTXB-BK / CSSD-N480GBGTX-BK)
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Corsair Neutron Series GTX (480GB)
14 November 2012
Conclusion: Shop around and you'll find that plenty of high-capacity SSDs are readily available at under £300. The 480GB SanDisk Extreme (£275) and the 512GB Crucial M4 (£285) are perfect examples; they offer excellent performance and high-capacity at a competitive price.
Conclusion: It seems every man and his dog is producing high-speed consumer SSDs. But putting together a drive that's genuinely new takes some doing, and that's exactly what Corsair has achieved with the Neutron Series and Neutron Series GTX.
Summary: At a street price of Rs.18,200, the Corsair Neutron Series GTX 240GB SSD is not overly expensive when you consider the performance it delivers. Considering most 240GB SSDs hover around the 15K-16K price bracket, this pricing is not bad when given the performance.
Summary: Corsair has made a big, peppy SSD at a nice price
Pros: Terrific consumer-level performance, Good price-per-GB ratio via online vendors, Zippy performance via new LM87800 controller chip and stable firmware, Most importantly, it's fast. With read and write speeds topping out in the 400's, it's among the quickest solid state drives on the market. At 24...
Cons: Not built for enterprise-level work, MSRP over $50 higher than online vendor price, users will want to shop around