Sudden drive failure x 2 & poor warranty support from Corsair
StefanL "propofol", Amazon
7 November 2014
Summary: Failed after 2 years. This was replaced under warranty by Corsair with a refurbished drive. The replaced drive has just failed as well with read errors. Interestingly enough these drives does not seem to support testing with smartctl.
Summary: It was a good drive for a short time. 9 months is a short time, and I was hoping for much more. I treated the thing with respect, didn't write much to it at all. It was setup as a boot drive with no cache, or swap or even log files being written to it.
Summary: I wish it was possible to give less than 1 star, because any hard drive that dies within a year deserves NO stars. Unlike any other hardware that can go out on a PC, a dead hard drive is the absolute WORST thing that can happen because every single important data is lost forever!!!
Summary: Periodically lose the connection to the motherboard, restored by power down. In warranty service bug does not occur. After the end of warranty (one year later) no longer determined by the motherboard and is no longer work. Looks like I'm not alone: ( Disgusting SSD!
Summary: Bought the 64GB Corsair SSD in Feb 2011. In just over one month it was dead. Now I face the hassle of warranty and ask myself why I'd want another one of the same. Bought it because it was low cost. Maybe this is a lesson for me.
Summary: When I got the drive and started using it, it was great. It was reasonably fast in my netbook, with no compatibility issues or any problems for the first half year of its use. However, it failed completely within 7 months.
Summary: I bought two of these SSDs and both have gone bad within a year and a half. Sent the first back as an RMA and Corsair sent me a "Refurbished" replacement which promptly failed upon trying to format it... As I cannot afford to waste anymore time with Corsair I have recently purchased Mushkin SSDs.
Summary: Bought the drive on June 10th 2010 and it died on July 11th 2013. Per Corsair it has a 3 year warranty, not 2 year like the Amazon site says. It was not bad while it lasted, but it shouldn't die right after the warranty ends.