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Jul 30, 10 at 4:20am
ParanahJoe


I'm weighing my options right now for one of these Sandforce SSD's. Been researching for the past 3 hours. Just cant make up my mind on which brand to go with.

This review just put Corsair on a level field with OCZ in terms of what I'm looking for.



Jul 30, 10 at 4:05am
The Slayer


That just makes me want an SSD even more . I'm waiting for the day when they become affordable for their sizes, ~$150+ for 60gb is too much for me right now.

"At 100MB, the file operation dialog does not even show."



I knew they were fast, but those copy benchmarks were insane.



Jul 30, 10 at 3:29am
leochan


Looking to make the jump to SSD for your next storage solution? The Smith delivers the hard dirt on Corsair's solid state hard drive, the Force 120GB. Can this beefy drive match its beefy price?





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