Reviews and Problems with Corsair Force Series 3 (CSSD-F60GB3-BK/CSSD-F90GB3-BK/CSSD-F120GB3-BK/CSSD-F180GB3-BK/CSSD-F240GB3-BK/CSSD-F480GB3-BK)
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Corsair Force 3 240GB SSD Upgrade Kit
28 July 2014
Excerpt: We are going to walk you through the installation of the drive into an aging Sony VPCF111FX. Hopefully this will allow us to keep the unit around a little longer. Or until the twins get old enough to pound away on the keys of it.
Corsair Force GT Series 240 GB and Corsair Force 3 Series 240 GB Solid State Drives Review
6 December 2011
Summary: We have recently received two more SSD drives from Corsair based on the second generation SandForce controller. Let’s check out their performance and also investigate how SSD speed scales depending on their storage capacity.
Corsair Force 3 120GB SATA 6Gb/s SSD (CSSD-F120GB3-BK) Review
20 September 2011
Conclusion: Let’s talk about how much it costs now: The U.S. pricing of F120GB3-BK is from Newegg, which lists this product as out of stock whereas this is available in Amazon UK. However, there is one more version of Corsair Force 3 120GB, model version F120GB3A-BK that costs $179.99 at the time of writing...
Corsair Force 3 vs. Force GT 120 GB Solid State Drive Review
24 August 2011
Summary: We can see from our tests that the Corsair Force GT offers a much better level of performance than the Force 3 in most cases, so it is the best choice for those who want the fastest possible drive.
Excerpt: Corsair’s latest solid state drive, called Force Series 3 (or Force 3), is based on a new SandForce controller connected and connected through the speedy SATA III port. This controller is used in many other solid state drives but Corsair is also banking on consumers buying their offering based on...
Conclusion: Corsair's 120GB Force Series 3 is one of the quickest SSDs available for under £170. Armed with a cutting-edge SandForce SF-2281 processor, it delivers excellent real-world performance when hooked up to a SATA 6Gbps interface, while keeping pricing in line with its previous-generation predecessor,...
Summary: Whatever SATA 3 based product is being thrown at us, we seem to be impressed with. And you know, it's just that we are not used to seeing such incredible speeds as we've been in that SATA 2 HDD domain for way too long.