Corsair Force GT SATA 3 240GB SSD Review – This GT Is Some Force To Reckon With!

HDTUNE PRO VER. 4.60 BENCHMARK

HDTune is a great software program which covers all areas of our testing and does a great job of showing how capable this drive truly is.

HDTUNE PRO VER. 4.60 FILE BENCHMARK

HDTUNE PRO VER 4.60 RANDOM TESTS

HDTUNE PRO VER 4.60 EXTRAS

The thing we like most about HDTune Pro is its ability to show us that the Corsair Force GT is comfortable with SATA 3 speeds in several of the tests as is obvious with the last two charts.

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Megasupa
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Megasupa

On what FW-Version hast this test been done?

Les@TheSSDReview
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The firmware version identified through CDM is 1.3

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I have this drive, performance is good, only issue I have is the connector design, its held by 2 small pins and is not secure compared to my ocz

Pete
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I have this drive and the cable connector in the caddy broke. I’m considering using a cabling to connect direct now instead, but can’t determine the voltage of this unit… any ideas please? Lindy do a nice unit…

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Dusieqq Maciej

im currently thinking on buying this one, anything in it’s price range that i should be comparing to?

Les@TheSSDReview
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NO…this is a great SSD.

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I am more curious when the price for a 250GB+ SSD will be less than $100.
I would want something like this Corsair 240 GB SSD Force serie GT or the Samsung 850 EVO or PRO. But if you want to get a normal capacity for your system, then anything less that 200GB is no good.

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Black Friday sales today show several SSDs at the range. Happy shopping and use our links!