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
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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.Corsairâ€™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.
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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.
As always, with an experimental technology like this, I will be updating through reviews on how this progresses along during this PC's lifespan. Here's the rest of my PC specs in case you're interested:
Antec 900 Steel ATX Case
Corsair HX620W Modular PSU
Gigabyte GA-MA790GPT-UD3H AM3 790GX Motherboard
AMD Phenom II x4 955 Black Edition 3.2GHz Quad-Core
Sapphire ATI Radeon 1GB GDDR5 HD5850
8GB DDR3-1600 (6GB Patriot Viper + 2GB Mushkin Blackline)
LG 8x Blu-ray Burner (BH08)
Hauppauge HVR-1800 TV Tuner
D-Link Wireless-N Draft Adapter
This Corsair P128 SSD in an Icy Dock Converter
WD Caviar Black 640GB
Windows 7 Ultimate x64
I'm still gonna have to run all sorts of benchmarks on this, but Windows Performance Index gave my SSD a rating of 7.3, which is fantastic, and overall WPI rating is 7.2.
Great gaming system, if I do say so myself. Can't wait to put Steam on this, and see what type of gaming performance/load times this gives off.
Amazon's return policy is awesome, no questions, they sent UPS to pick up the drive at their expense, and quickly refunded my credit card. I'll now buy about anything from Amazon any time.
Next I bought an Intel 160GB SSD through Amazon, actually an Amazon vendor, Nathan. Anyway, the Intel SSD arrived quickly, was installed easily, and functions perfectly with no problems at all. I don't know if the problem was just with the Corsair drive I got or whether it is a problem or incompatibility with my particular computer. Others with the same computer have had no problems so I suspect is was a single defective drive. This raises the question of their quality control or testing. If they tested each drive it seems they should have picked up the problem. If they don't, well, they should. I chose Corsair because they are in the memory business. Looking back, they're in the RAM business. These drives don't use RAM.
Before buying this Corsair drive, it would be worthwhile to go to Corsair's site and go to their SSD support forum. Next research the Intel drives. There just don't seem to be problems with the Intel drives. Based on my experience I'd skip the Corsair in favor of one of the Intel SSD drives.