CORSAIR Force Series GT CSSD-F120GBGT-BK
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- SATA 6Gb/s(SATA3.0)インターフェース対応の高速SSD! 容量120GB、最大読み込み555MB/秒、最大書き込み515MB/秒! SandForce製SF-2200コントローラーIC、Micron製フラッシュメモリーを採用! Garbage Collection機能搭載、Force Series GT CSSD-F120GBGT-BK
- インターフェース:SATA 6Gb/s(SATA3.0)
- ICコントローラー:SandForce SF-2200
- フラッシュ規格:Micron MLC NAND
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コントローラーICには、SandForce製の最新チップSF-2200を採用しています。SATA 6Gb/s(SATA3.0)に対応した機能を最大限に引き出すことで、高速で安定したパフォーマンスを提供します。フラッシュメモリーには、高速で信頼度の高いMicron製 MLC NANDを採用しています。
- Crucial m4: Not so reliable after the recent BSOD issue, more expensive.
- Samsung 830: Similar performance, reliable but more expensive.
- Ocz Vertex 3 MIOPS: Stellar performance, unsure of reliability.
- Ocz Octane: Slower performance for 120G unit, 512GB too expensive.
- Intel 510: Solid reliability, but slower and way more expensive.
- Adata s511: Similar to Vertex3 but more expensive.
So after considering all this units I came to the conclusion that the best 120GB unit as of right now was the SandForce based Corsair Force GT for $174.99, I was a little concerned about the BSOD issues, but with the firmware v1.3.3 every thing is resolved now. A couple of months ago I got a new DELL E6520 laptop at work which came with a good 320GB WD Caviar Black, but I wanted to experience the speed that SSDs offer, and I got to tell you wow! what a mayor difference this new technology makes! my win7 boot time went from 1min 30sec down to 30sec... I was desperate to test this baby so I used Acronis True Image Home 2012 (which I got to make image backups of my WD drive) to clone my HDD, it only took 8min to clone my 30GB full system to the Force GT.
It's been a week now since I cloned my drive and I just love the performance this SSD has to offer, I now keep my WD as a second drive for all other data with Shared eSATA Cable for 2.5" SATA Laptop Hard Drive. I read that making a clean install instead of cloning is better, I will try to do this during the weekend and post benchmark results of each setup. I have to mention that I did all the recommended windows tweaks to better take care of my new ssd (disable: pagefile, hibernation, pre-fetch, superfetch, defrag, write-cache, etc).
If you are looking for the best price-performance SSD on the market right now, look no further, get it now! you won't believe the difference it makes.
I finally did it! made a clean install of Windows 7, and wow! the performance is even better this time! the boot time went from 30 seconds to 15 seconds, I basically did the following:
- Backup up my documents to my HDD Drive.
- Secure Erased my SSD with PartedMagic (Linux Live CD)
- Installed Win7 with the RAID pre-OS drivers.
- Installed the latest Drivers for my laptop.
- Installed the rest of software I need for work.
My setup is as follows:
Drive C (internal unit): The SSD Unit (OS and Software)
Drive D (eSATA bay): All my documents, backups, installers, etc.
I think this setup is the best of both worlds, you have a super fast boot SSD Unit, with lots of space for your documents via a Hard Drive. I highly recommend this setup for every one out there, don't bother with cloning your old HDD drive, make a clean install instead! just make sure you have a Corsair Force GT unit...
After 4 years and 7 months, this SSD started freezing on Windows 10, I thought it was a windows update gone wrong, I did a fresh install of Windows and it freezes as soon as I boot-up. I think it is related to some bad driver, because running a fresh install of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, the drive works fine.
After 5 years and 3 months, this SSD finally DIED on me, I was using the computer when a power outage occurred. I had power failures before but this time the drive wasn't even recognized by the BIOS.
I was disappointed to find, that the only thing that this made faster was booting up my pc... using it for file caching of sony vegas and sc2 actually made those programs run SLOWER. upon doing a bunch of tests and investigations it became apparent that the problem is that whenever windows is actively reading, and writing, to 2 drives at once, it gets a tiny bit choppy... which in terms of playing games or video editing, can be maddening. and since the drive is 'only' 60gb (imagine saying 'only 60gb' 2 years ago, ha) it's not really practical to expect to have everything on your entire computer on this drive... so inevitably, when using this drive i had lots of choppiness problems, i eventually just unplugged it and it's collecting dust on my desk.
I did not have any reliability problems with the drive, and I can't blame the drive it's self for my pc's choppiness, as when I use ONLY this drive and no other drive, there are no problems... so take it as you will. I suspect the best usage of this drive would be on a bios that has the automatic ssd speedup option, or as a boot disk for windows.