Corsair Force LS 240GB Pro Reviews
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"When you compare the Corsair Force LS to the Samsung 840 Evo 250GB and Plextor M5S 256GB (click here to see them side by side), those two offer better performance for less money. Let's hope future versions of the Force LS do better, because this one we can't recommend."
"In such a highly competitive market, a new SSD has to carve out a niche or it may be relegated to the back benches, never to be heard from again. This seems to be happening with the LS series since these drives are continually overlooked in favor of similarly priced, higher performing alternatives. With a few judicious price cuts we have no doubt the LS series and its Phison controller could shine but until that point, we’d recommend looking elsewhere for your price / performance fix."
"A pleasant surprise are the words that first come to mind for the Corsair Force LS SSD. If you are looking for an SSD that won’t cost a lot of your money, and in return will give you a very good and solid performance, then you should have the Corsair Force LS SSD on your shopping list."
"With a price of $200 for the 240 GB version, it is certainly not the cheapest drive on the market; not when looking at performance per dollar or price per GB. Its strongest competitors are the Samsung 840 non-Pro, which, while cheaper and with more capacity due to no overprovisioning, tends to fall behind in write-heavy applications (not an issue for most consumers), and Crucial's also cheaper M500 offering both strong read and write performance. Another option is the Mushkin Chronos, the currently cheapest SandForce drive out there. It could be an option if you trust SandForce drives to now be trouble-free. Given this fierce competition, I'd suggest Corsair reduce their pricing to below $190 for the 240 GB version, which would definitely improve things."
"Depending on how the Phison controller holds up, Corsair seems to have another solid performing SSD on their hands. The increased write performance is nice to see, especially since it seems for the most part not to be at the expense of read speeds. Corsair’s ongoing efforts to make the SSD market more competitive by continuing to develop new controllers into new product lines makes them deserving of a tip of The SSD Review’s cap to their ongoing innovation. We vote the Force Series LS 240GB SSD our silver-level award."