Reviews and Problems with Corsair Force Series (CSSD-FxxxGBP2-BRKT/CSSD-FxxxGB2-BRKT)
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Second one has been ok thus far with good speeds for the money
1 September 2015
Summary: First one was DOA not promising since i usually order Intel SSD's.....however this was for an older Thinkpad and it was on sale. Second one has been ok thus far with good speeds for the money,however the DOA with the first one was a major disappointment.
Summary: This is an excellent choice for a SSD upgrade. I swapped out the HDD in my laptop for this one and I have been very happy with the performance increase. It takes about two seconds to boot now, Windows runs smoothly, and programs start up and run a lot faster.
Summary: There had been no changes to my computer in terms of software or hardware installations, I also had not been inside of my computer for a few weeks before the drive dropped, so it is unlikely it was a loose cable. I am going to contact Corsair and see what they have to say.
Pros: This is an update to my EggXpert review. Device worked well for about a month and a half.
Cons: Last weekend 6/6-6/7, while gaming the drive disappeared, The game (which was running off the SSD, this SSD is not my OS drive) naturally crashed. The device was not to be found in either the drive list, or the device manager. I rebooted my computer, it took a long time to start up as it could no...
Summary: Warranty support from Corsair is pretty good. They're reasonably easy to get a hold of, and their swap out policy is pretty good. Also this drive carries a 3 year warranty unlike some others (*cough*OCZ*cough*) so you won't feel abandoned after the sale.
Pros: Good midrange SSD. It's not the fastest SSD out there, but you're not going to be paying screaming eagle prices for one of these, either. It's also not the slowest SSD out there, and of course you're not going to be paying dirt eagle prices. Its speed is right about where you'd expect -- speedy b...
Cons: No mounting hardware included at all -- hope you have some screws handy!
Pros: It's a solid state. It's going to be good, but look at the other pro reviews before mine. Haven't spent enough time with it yet to tell you the good stuff.
Cons: Advertised as having 240 GB. While technically true, you only end up with 223.5 usable gigabytes, all because the marketing team measures space differently than computers do. The math: 240 GB is approx. 240,000,000,000 (240 * 1,000,000,000) bytes. Storage is usually in increments of 1024. 1 megab...