Corsair Force LX Review Round Up 128Gb 256Gb & 512GB SSD

Corsair Force LX Review Round Up 128Gb 256Gb & 512GB SSD

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We take a look at all 3 of the Corsair Force LX solid state drives Part of the Time To Live Media Group Nguồn:https://hdwallpaperslovely.com/

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We take a look at all 3 of the Corsair Force LX solid state drives

Part of the Time To Live Media Group

Nguồn:https://hdwallpaperslovely.com/

COMMENTS

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    nand drives have a l ife span is what sucks. i which they stayed with the d-ram SSD's there way faster and dont have a lifecycle

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    you should test one of the 4TB SSD for only $29,000.

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    Are the stickers easily removed?

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    no no no aggresive pricing is crucial 256gb m.2 ssd with 750mb reads and 550gb writes comes in $160 or £90

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    Why not put up some posters on the walls it looks like a doctors office

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    Spend a little more and get a Samsung 840 EVO.  Giving these low end drive any award is shameful.

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    the 128GB version is 84€ or 79$…i mean, what the fuck?!

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    I just got a Samsung 840 EVO 250 Gig for cheaper than the Corsair Force LX 256 Gig as an Origin/Steam drive. Well worth the upgrade.

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    What's the best SSD for both read and write ? And another one with both good speeds and not a high price ?

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    Crucial MX100 is cheaper while performing similar if not better… Step your game up Corsair.

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    I bought my EVO 500GB for £174 these SSD's are not good value.

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    These are junk

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    I got one a week or 2 ago and xp on it and shit a brick when it started in under 10 seconds

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    I would still not put one in my system because my hyperx 3k 240gbs in raid zero look better.

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    When you mean aggressive, you mean competitive? Then yeah haha. I first was like aggressive… that's not expensive haha.

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    On amazon at the moment a 500gb 840 Evo is only £165

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    LOL, funny that TLL now basically can't review the Crucial MX100. Because then either he'd need to give it the TLL white gold award, as its faster and cheaper, or he'd need to down-award the Corsair LX, which he basically also can't, or he could say its equal or worse than the LX and call him self a sellout has he's sponsored by Corsair.

    Don't expect there to be a Crucial MX100 review from TTL anytime soon, guys!! xD

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    Run the Samsung 840 Evo in turbo?? Twice the read & writes, also cheaper!! The 850 series blows everything else out the water with it's new "3D" band.

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    Try out the ocz revodrive if you want speed. Yes it expensive but it destroys EVERY sata ssd

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    I just ordered the 256 GB version of that beast SSD

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    aggressive pricing? no they dont seem all that cheap to me compared to… pretty much all the SSDs on ebuyer.com lol

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    I'd like to see them closer to the $110 of the Crucial MX100

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    Toms what antivirus or software to protect your high end PC do you use? Which one should you recommend?

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    Can't believe you replaced the Little Devil with a cheap corsair chassis. I finally picked up a pc-v4 to use while my tj07 in down for modding, and I love the thing. I tempted to use it full time now lol.

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    You need to test how it performs after heavy load, and how well TRIM manages to restore its performance. This is very different for different drives. As of now, you have only done some benchmarking, not actually testing the unit. And why not compare it to something in its own class like the v300, 840EVO or MX100?

    I am sorry Tom, but your rewiews doesnt seem as objective and in depth as before and its not just this one.

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    please review the Asus ROG Maximus VII Formula Z97 already 🙂

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    I still don't understand why you bother recording yourself doing the benchmarks? cut them out and then all the videos will be way more precise 

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    Billy Bargain… 😀

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    @OC3D TV Hi TTL, the brief summary of why SSD speeds increase with capacity is:

    When you increase the capacity you increase the amount of NAND packages (Chips) this allows the controller to utilise all of its channels (Normally 8) so the data is spread out over more blocks, hence higher speeds 🙂

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