The new Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD goes a different way from the crowd with their use of synchronous MLC flash memory, the SF-2000 controller is very familiar though. Synchronous flash is more expensive than asynchronous and in theory should provide better speeds with large uncompressed files, though not a huge boost. That theory bore out Neoseeker’s testing with better results across the board when compared to the Patriot Wildfire SSD. If you are willing to invest the money to get that little bit more out of your machine, the Corsair Force is worth considering.
"In an SSD market where 500MB/s data read/write speeds are becoming the norm across manufacturers, Corsair’s Force GT differentiates itself from the pack by using 25nm ONFI synchronous NAND flash memory, versus standard 25nm asynchronous NAND. This allows the drive to excel at reading and writing compressed data, which is supposed to translate into faster real-world performance with files like video, music and graphics. Hit our latest SSD review to see just how real this real-world performance ends up looking."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Corsair Force GT 120GB @ Tweaktown
- OCZ Agility 3 120GB Solid State Drive @ Pro-Clockers
- Renice X3 120GB 50mm mSATA 3Gbps 120GB SSD @ SSDReview
- 240 GB SATA-600 Solid State Drive Round-Up @ Hardware Secrets
- Patriot Torqx2 128GB SSD @ Bjorn3D
- ADATA S511 120 GB @ techPowerUp
- Hard Disk Drive Myths Debunked! @ TechARP
- Kingston Data Traveler Ultimate 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @Hi Tech Legion
- WD Scorpio Black 750GB Notebook Hard Drive Review @ Legit Reviews
- Apacer Share Steno AC430 USB 3.0 500GB HDD Review @ Real World Labs
- Seagate’s GoFlex Satellite: the answer to all our mobile storage problems? @ t-break