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Corsair SATA II 3.0Gb/s 128 GB Performance Series Internal Solid State Drive (CMFSSD-128GBG2D)

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  • Perfect upgrade for a Netbook or Notebook and great for Gamers who want more speed out of their systems
  • Perfect for ultra-high performance desktop and mobile computing.
  • Maximum sequential read 200MB/s Maximum sequential write 200MB/s
  • Stutter free Samsung controller ensures smooth performance, unlike that of cheaper SSDs.
  • 2 Year Warranty Backed by Corsair A respected name with a passion for great service and support

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Corsair
  • Model: CMFSSD-128GBG2D
  • Hard Disk Size: 128.0 GB
  • Warranty: 2 Year Warranty

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 4.8 x 0.3 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002CI41US
  • Item model number: CMFSSD-128GBG2D
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 2, 2004

Product Description

Replacing your hard disk drive with the Corsair P128 SSD will revolutionize your computing experience. Games launch quicker, your computer starts faster, multiple applications run much smoother, all while running cool and silent.Corsair’s P128 SSD is the optimum SSD for your mobile or desktop computing needs. Its 220MB/s read speed and 200MB/s write speed provide outstanding performance, while the ultra-large 128GB drive capacity provides ample storage for lots of applications, music, pictures and video.Proven Samsung technology guarantees out of the box performance and stability without the need to adjust complex system-level settings or update firmware. The speed, capacity, and compatibility of the P128 are supported by the inherent reliability of solid state technology, resulting in a truly optimum solution for your mass storage requirements.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I am only buying SSDs from now on!
Duderino
If the drive was removed from the computer and attached to a USB adapter, the computer had no problems reading or writing to the drive.
David Ellison
The drive has been working very well for me and the performance boost is VERY noticeable.
Raymond Barbieri

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alex Daniels on June 15, 2010
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After getting one of these for my laptop 6 months ago, I just bought a second P128 as part of a new system I'm building. The drive in my laptop (Win 7, Trim enabled) is still extremely fast and my new PC runs very quickly too.

Newer and slightly faster SSD controllers (sandstorm) are now coming out, but we're talking slight incremental improvements - you'd probably not notice any difference in real-world use. So if you can get one of these Samsung controlled drives cheaper, I'd still recommend getting one, since they have all the key features: Trim support, self-healing, 128mb controller cache etc.
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Amazon was great, I was a little disappointed with the performance of this drive but it does work well and I have since replaced it with a Corsair F120 SSD for a boot drive my Home PC.
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Based on the other reviews here, I purchased two of these units and rigged them as a RAID-0 array in a Linux server. In a word: fast. Rock solid and error-free as well. I've had them running in this configuration for nearly a year now and haven't had even a single hiccup. The only limitation I can think of is that support for the TRIM command is somewhat limited in Linux installations. If you use this on a Windows 7 machine, you should have no trouble with that.
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Raymond Barbieri on August 7, 2009
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I recommend this for folks interested in a faster, quieter, more robust drive. Particularly if you are going to upgrade to windows 7 since windows 7 has the built-in support. Specifically, this type of drive has a limited number of writes. While the number of times it can write is HUGE, you don't want to write unnecessarily. For example, you DON'T want to defrag this drive. There is no access time so defrag would do nothing to improve performance. However, it would cause the drive to re-write files unnecessarily and shorten the life of the drive. Windows 7 automatically de-activates defrag for SSD's.

The drive has been working very well for me and the performance boost is VERY noticeable. Also because it doesn't get hot, the computer says cooler.

For those who understand the limitations I said above, this is a great bargain and you will be very happy with this drive.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Abbe Rookswood on November 18, 2009
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I am using this SSD on a Lenovo Thinkpad and a HP business notebook pc. This drive is pretty fast and works upto my expectations. The read and write speeds are not as fast as claimed but are still fast enough to amuse you or are at least faster than a traditional hard drive.
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11 of 18 people found the following review helpful By BlueCat on November 26, 2009
I'd assign 5 stars to this SSD based on present performance--it IS very fast, loaded Win 7 Ultimate in about 20 minutes etc. I was debating between purchasing this SSD vs. a Patriot 128GB Torqx--but I've have good experience with Corsair memory (recently purchased 8GB DDR3 1600 & far more DDR2 sticks than I can now possibly use since upgrading to Win 64-bit & using an Intel 1156 mobo, i7 860 chip etc.) My only initial concern was the scant 2-year warranty (10-year for the Patriot, lifetime for Corsair memory & 5-year for a Corsair TX 750W PSU). Through earlier customer posts I expected the simple SSD in a box with nothing else, & purchased an Icy Dock 2.5 to 3.5 converter for the desktop.
My main concern was the known issue of SSD deterioration in performance when it becomes fragmented--pretty much a given in any Win OS. So I wrote Corsair support suggesting SOME sort of guide, whether TRIM was supported, whether I should keep the paging file on a separate drive (I am). The non-responsive, but truly frightening reply, is verbatim: "I would suggest to use the drive as a secondary drive and only load it with applications you want to take advantage of the performance. If you have the performance drive from time to time leave your system on over night in idol [sic.] so the self healing can run. =)."
Truly insane advice since the biggest boost is using the SSD as the boot drive, & what option do you have if you install it on a notebook??? And 128GB (pre-Win) isn't going to support much for app intensive games & graphics where the GPU does most of the heavy lifting. No mention of TRIM support through a Win 7 firmware update or any other utility to "clean" the drive to prevent deterioration of performance other than this unspecified "self-healing" function built-in.
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