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Corsair 64 GB Nova Series TRIM Supported 2.5 Inch Solid State Drive (SSD) CSSD-V64GB2-BRKT

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64 GB
  • Perfect upgrade for a Netbook or Notebook and great for Gamers who want more speed out of their systems
  • 64MB cache for stutter-free performance
  • Maximum sequential read speed up to 270MB/second and maximum sequential write speed up to 195 MB/second
  • Supports TRIM (O/S support required)
  • Includes 2.5- Inch to 3.5- Inch bracket for use in desktop systems
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Product Description

Capacity: 64 GB

64GB 2.5 SSD NOVA SERIES MEM INDILINX 215MB/S READ 130MB/S Write

Product Details

Capacity: 64 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4.8 x 0.3 inches ; 1.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0036ILEI0
  • Item model number: CSSD-V64GB2-BRKT
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 14, 2010

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Customer Reviews

Installing the drive was very easy.
Michael McGlothlin
Unlike any other hardware that can go out on a PC, a dead hard drive is the absolute WORST thing that can happen because every single important data is lost forever!!!
SF415
Definitely recommended if you dont want to spend a hundred plus dollars more on newer tech that's only marginally better (really?
B. Pereira

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By bmoag on July 12, 2010
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
Boot-up times, after the BIOS completes loading, on Windows 7 64, including antivirus program, averages 25 seconds to a usable, stable desktop.
This is not an exaggeration: 25 seconds.
Launching programs installed on the SSD does not get the obvious speed bump, compared to a fast magnetic drive, as boot times. But since the virtual drive is on the SSD overall computer performance is faster.
While it is somewhat inconvenient to shift documents, images and some program files to a secondary drive, because of the small size of the SSD, that is a relatively minor issue. If you can afford a larger SSD get one.
In twenty years of computer maintenance/building/upgrade this is the single most notable upgrade I have ever seen in terms of an obvious and indisputable speed bump.
Expensive as SSDs are, this was a lot less expensive than building a new i7 machine.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Michael McGlothlin on April 8, 2010
Size Name: 128 GB Verified Purchase
I recently added this SSD to my MacBook for more data reliability (having had several hard drives die in the last year) and speed. I feel a lot better about carting my laptop around with this SSD rather than a fragile platter-based drive. Installing the drive was very easy. I made a Time Machine backup of my system, pulled out the old drive, put in the new SSD, and rebooted with the OS install disc and choose to format the SSD and restore from Time Machine. Very easy. The only point to be aware of is that you'll need a torx screwdriver set to move the drive caddy from the old drive to the SSD during the swap. I ran a speed test on my laptop before and after installing the SSD. The drive is at least four times faster than the old hard disk and the overall system speed went up noticeably. Boot time is very noticeably shorter as is any application requiring you work with multiple files at once or large files.

Not the fastest SSD on the market but close and the price was better. Has TRIM support which is critical.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By gman1 on March 20, 2010
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
I chose the Corsair Nova over the well known OCZ Agility because of the higher read speed.... I have been using it for 3 days with the Fedora 11 Linux operating system(gnome desktop).... SSDs with the Indilinx controllers are supposed to work much faster with linux 'ext4' than windows 'ntfs' format....

format(my system/HP laptop):
/boot partition 'ext3' format(200meg)
/swap partition 'swap' format(4gigs)
/(root) partition 'ext4' format(8gigs)
/home partition 'ext4' format(the rest 47gigs)

boot time with the old fujitsu(5400rpm) was 30 seconds to login screen/10 second to start(total 40 seconds)....
boot time with corsair nova is 12 seconds to login screen/2 seconds to start(total 14 seconds)....

In 2 months I will switch to Fedora 13 with 2.6.33 kernel.... Than I can format /boot with 'ext4' for faster boot, and I will also be able to use the TRIM control that is supported by this drive....

Everything is fast now.... Software updates install like lightning.... Desktop response with gnome is instant now.... Firefox loads cached pages super fast to make browsing even better(wasn't expecting that)....

I am sure this drive would be just fine with WINDOWS also....
I will NEVER go back to hard drives....
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SF415 on January 27, 2012
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
I wish it was possible to give less than 1 star, because any hard drive that dies within a year deserves NO stars. Unlike any other hardware that can go out on a PC, a dead hard drive is the absolute WORST thing that can happen because every single important data is lost forever!!! This is my first SSD, also my first experience with Corsair brand SSDs. Needless to say, I have totally lost all trust in this brand. They may have lost a potential few hundred dollars from me for future purchases, but I have lost priceless data and memories!!!

I bought this SSD in march of 2011. Without any signs or warnings, it died on January 26, 2012!! Up to that date, my computer was running flawlessly, and ironically, I was telling my friend how he should update his computer to an SSD because everything boots up so fast! Same day I told him that, I come home, and I boot my computer only to see this message:

"BOOTMGR.exe is missing
press ctrl+alt+del to restart"

Thought maybe it was a glitch or it was booting from a non-bootable usb drive. That wasn't it. I googled for solutions, but nothing worked. The main reason why, is because the hard drive wasn't being detected AT ALL (i.e. IT'S DEAD)! I even plugged in a different sata drive to see that MAYBE its a faulty cable. It wasn't a faulty cable because that hard drive was detected in the BIOS.

I'd rather get my money back than to get a refurbished/repaired Corsair brand. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me!

If I ever buy anything Corsair, it will NOT be anything related to data storage. I am seriously upset, and you would too if you lost all of your important data!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Pereira on September 19, 2010
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
I use this SSD as the OS drive for my gaming rig. I havent had any problems with it to speak of and couldnt be more happy with it's speed. Definitely recommended if you dont want to spend a hundred plus dollars more on newer tech that's only marginally better (really? you don't have 5 seconds more of patience to wait for windows to load?) than this drive.
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