Reviews and Problems with Corsair Force Series (CSSD-FxxxGBP2-BRKT/CSSD-FxxxGB2-BRKT)
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Failed on me after using for two weeks.
Jorge Sepulveda, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I bought this item months ago but didn't use it until two weeks ago when we built our gaming computer. We put Ubuntu os for the meantime but one while my cousin was playing on the computer, the SSD just crashed and when he rebooted the pc, the ssd wasn't being read anymore.
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: 1 x of 2 i had were DOA / went bad within 24 hours. i returned that 1 for refund, and then later returned the other for refund and got 2 x intel SSDs like i should have done from the beginning. they were attached to a adaptec 5805 HW raid card.
Summary: I purchased the 60GB Force LS Series SSD and it seemed very sluggish, so I ran some tests using Samsung Magician benchmark software. The results for this SSD were not good at all. True, it is better than older mechanical drives, but poor for an SSD.
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!