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Corsair Force Series (CSSD-FxxxGBP2-BRKT/CSSD-FxxxGB2-BRKT)
5.8 out of 10

Corsair Force Series (CSSD-FxxxGBP2-BRKT/CSSD-FxxxGB2-BRKT)

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Reviews and Problems with Corsair Force Series (CSSD-FxxxGBP2-BRKT/CSSD-FxxxGB2-BRKT)

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Overall 2
2.0

Failed in three months

Michael L., Newegg
1 week ago
  • Pros: It's SSD.
  • Cons: I bought two of these drives and one failed in the first three months.
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Overall 2
2.0

Failed after a few months

Anonymous, Newegg
25 December 2015
  • Pros: Same pros any ssd has. It worked quite nicely until it died
  • Cons: It died after 1 months use. Came home for the Christmas break to play games, and got this lovely surprise
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Overall 2
2.0

First Time use and it's defective

Michael L., Newegg
1 December 2015
  • Pros: None
  • Cons: Doesn't work. I had it in the box. I wanted to add it to my machine a few months after I bought it. Never used. Hooked it up. Nothing. Way to go Corsair. I hooked up other drives to this SATA port, power, etc. They all worked so I know it's all in working order...except this horrible drive.
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Overall 4
4.0

Failed then came back.

Peter C., Newegg
10 June 2015
  • 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...
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Overall 10
10

Good midrange SSD

Vincent G., Newegg
25 May 2015
  • 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!
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Overall 2
2.0

Misleading advertisement

Zachary B., Newegg
16 May 2015
  • 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...
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Overall 10
10

Excellent SSD Choice

Rikki B., Newegg
29 April 2015
  • Summary: -Corsair Warranty -Cat vs laptop Keep in mind this is not a top of the line SSD. There are faster SSDs, but they are also priced higher. This is also not a low-end SSD, but the price does compete with some of those. It is an excellent choice for the price that it has.
  • Pros: -Cost effective -Good Speeds The speeds on this drive are right around what is advertised. My average speeds during benchmarks were 558 MB/s Read and 307 MB/s Write. This SSD offers very good performance for the price point that it is at. Its actual retail price seems a bit high, but I have never...
  • Cons: -Nothing extra included Most SSDs at least come with mounting screws, this one came with nothing in the box other than the SSD and a small warranty paper. This wasn’t really a problem for me, but it is something to keep in mind if you don’t have an area to mount a 2.5” drive, you may need to get ...
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Overall 8
8.0

Great SSD

Alex C., Newegg
27 April 2015
  • Summary: So far this drive has been great, I use this SSD for all my Steam games. Thus far the games have all ran fast, with short load times, and have had no issues.
  • Pros: Price Performance
  • Cons: Sata 3
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Overall 10
10

AWESOME SSD!

Robert N., Newegg
24 April 2015
  • Summary: Not real sure why its advertised as cool and 'quiet' there is no moving parts, if your SSD is making noise... you've got big problems. The 3 year warranty on the device is an easy sell. Although all SSD units will meet their end eventually, its nice to know if you're a heavy user, this could help!
  • Pros: Incredible price for performance! Even at 149.99 the 'regular' price for this drive, you are not sacrificing quality to get more space. Often times, the larger SSD drives get to a crazy price per gig. Generally a 120 gig is sufficient for most everything daily users would use. Going to the 240 gi...
  • Cons: I haven't had any issues with overall performance of the drive. The only thing that really caught my eye is the plastic frame on the unit. Some of my other SSD units have a metal frame that feel more secure. This is nothing to take eggs off for.
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Overall 4
4.0

Died without warning today

Benjamin M., Newegg
6 December 2014
  • Summary: Because of my experience, I cannot in good consciousness recommend this drive to anyone. If you are currently using this (and possible other Corsair Force series drives from the same gen.), backup all of your data immediately and switch to a new SSD.
  • Pros: Great SSD while it lasted (had it for about 3 years). Fast, solid performance.
  • Cons: The drive died without warning today. It was literally working just fine a few hours ago, reading and writing data like a champ. Then I had to reboot my machine, and BOOM, boot drive not detected. At least failing traditional hard drive will give you some indicators they are dying (multiple BSODs...
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