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Corsair Force Series F120 120GB Solid State Drive Review  - Corsair Force Series F120 120GB Solid State Drive Review
Fri, September 17 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“We first got our hands on a SandForce-based drive when Corsair was nice enough to send us their F100 solid state drive. We were very excited and anxious to see the performance boost from the traditional Indilinx Barefoot drives we had been reviewing for the past year. Recently we have seen many extended capacity drives, meaning there is less over-provisioning in order for a larger capacity drive. Many people think that 20GB is not that much extra space, but when it comes down to it, it really is. Also prices have dropped quite considerably in the past few months. At the time we reviewed the F100 it re tailed for around $400 and now you can get the F120 for around $300! Let’s take a look at this drive!"
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G.Skill Falcon II 64GB 2.5-inch Solid State Disk - G.Skill Falcon II 64GB 2.5-inch Solid State Disk
Tue, December 08 2009 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"I always get excited when G.Skill announces a new solid state drive. Every SSD we have reviewed from the company was priced aggressively and the cost of ownership was usually around 20 to 30 USD cheaper than similar drives from G.Skill’s competitors. G.Skill also has an amazing track record when it comes to releasing the latest solid state technology. The original Falcon was the first Indilinx Barefoot SSD we received in our testing lab and today the Falcon II is the first Barefoot ECO we have received as well. The Falcon II uses Indilinx’s newest version of the Barefoot controller called the ECO. The ECO is a mildly reworked controller that allows new memory types to be used in conjunction with the controller, namely new 34nm parts from Intel. Intel and Micron have been cooking up new 34nm NAND Flash memory that is cheaper to manufacture, thus cheaper for companies to implement into their new reworked products."
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