Reviews and Problems with Corsair Nova Series (CSSD-V32GB2-BRKT/CSSD-V64GB2-BRKT/CSSD-V128GB2-BRKT/CSSD-V256GB2-BRKT)
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Corsair Nova Series 128GB Solid State Drive Review
20 April 2010
Summary: Final Thoughts
With all of the attention being on the SandForce controller lately it is good to see Indilinx come out with the Barefoot ECO controller that allows you to take advantage of the speeds of the Barefoot controller, but at a lower cost than before.
Pros: – Lower price than other drives, – A slight increase in speed, – Great availability
Conclusion: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time.
Cons: Lacks integrated USB Mini-B data connection, Not 3rd-Generation SATA-6.0 compliant, No public firmware updates available
Conclusion: As always, UK-based HEXUS.community discussion forum members will benefit from the SCAN2HEXUS Free Shipping initiative , which will save you a further few pounds plus also top-notch, priority customer service and technical support backed up by the SCANcare@HEXUS forum .
Conclusion: It seems like every time we take a good, hard look at the SSD market there is a new company ready to make its entrance. Not long ago Western Digital announced their first SSDs following in the footsteps of Corsair, OCZ, G.Skill, Seagate, Patriot, Kingston and countless other companies vying for...
Conclusion: Anyone who has ever used an SSD or, if you're fortunate enough, owns one will talk until we're blue in the face about how amazing they are. How they can transform even the most average system into a performance beast.
Summary: SDD-er generelt er fortsatt en dyr affære, men med den utviklingen vi har sett det siste året i mellom pris og ytelse har i det minste lagt disse herlighetene innenfor rekkevidde for folk flest.
Corsair Nova V128 SSD 128GB (CSSD-V128GB2) - Review
18 May 2010
Excerpt: Nach unserem Test zweier 128 GB-SSDs, welche derzeit in Sachen Preis pro Gigabyte die beste Wahl darstellen, fügen wir der 100GB-Klasse einen weiteren Vertreter hinzu: Mit dem Corsair Nova SSD kommt ein SSD der "2.