Reviews and Problems with Corsair Neutron GTX Series (CSSD-N120GBGTXB-BK / CSSD-N240GBGTXB-BK / CSSD-N480GBGTX-BK)
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Great SSD but seems to have caused system instability.
J. Gamache, Amazon
23 April 2014
Summary: I've had this SSD for 6 months, I was expecting a lot from the drive and it delivered but it also seems like the drive I bought might be defective. Before buying the ssd I was installing this on a rock solid system it never had instability issues that would cause crashes, having had used the system for 8 months before without a single blue screen.
Summary: For some reason, my computer only recognizes 203GB of the supposed 240 capacity, minus the OS. Yes!, its better than the last recognized 90GB from my past corsair 120GB SSD Force GT, but still, I bought 240GB and I would expect to be able to use them completely, or maybe it is that I did something wrong? I don't know still.
Summary: I looked at Crucial, Samsung and Corsair. I wanted ssd that I could use into my next computer. Samsung and Corsair stand out in speed. However, if I buy more ssd (2 more computers in the house are still using hdd and fine), I would buy the brand that comes with free clone program and decent adapter tray that is big enough for desktop pc bays. Corsair fails in both.
Summary: At first i use this ssd for my windows 7 instalation but it was very unstable. My windows explorer would stop working. Sometimes my BIOS would stop recognize it. I decide to only use it for a gaming disc and i haven't had any probleme since then so far.