Summary: I'm not overly impressed with this drive. Corsair doesn't list Read/Write speeds for their 128GB drive and probably for good reason. These smaller capacity drives never get the technology of their larger capacity brethren. Spend a little extra to get a larger capacity drive with better speeds.
Summary: This drive has dramatically increased my system speed but attempting to make it my boot drive myself resulted in loss of all data and i had to have a professional perform this task for me. i am even tech savy but windows is very very finicky.
Summary: My laptop touchpad gets warm now that I've installed this Corsair SSD. A household thermometer placed on my touchpad reads 94 F. A Kingston SSDNow V+200 I purchased last fall and even a Western Digital Scorpio spinning hard disk ran cooler than this.
Summary: Using SSD as cache drive was a pain to set up for various reason, and can't say that I'm seeing any benefit. Slower if anything. Wouldn't let me use a USB stick for the RAID drivers, had to root around for couple hours digging out a USB floppy drive, and good luck finding an actual 3.5 floppy in a...
Summary: Great SSD until the warranty ended, the disk became unreadable and kept crashing midway through gaming and even whilst browsing the Internet. The SSD was superfast upto the day it died..! Don't rely on it for very long as I have seen a lot of other reviews just like this one..!
Summary: I got the drive 5 months ago and as the other reviews say, it's a pretty fast. I can certainly see a difference in day-to-day usage (boot time and application startup mainly) and Xbench shows maximum speeds of just over 170MB/s for both read and write.