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mikewrenn

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With all the gripes, issues, and sundry complaints this forum dwells on, one might get the impression Corsair SSD's are often problematic. So I'd just like to say that my F-90's in Win 7 x64, in RAID0 and singly, have had absolutely no problems, blue-screens, speed issues, or other glitches. Their performance has been great, and I'd highly recommend them.
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Just want to add to the positivity...

 

I got my Force GT 240 about a month ago now while my old rig was still up and running. I rigged it up to one of my Intel ICH9R SATAII ports and checked the firmware. It was 1.3, and I noticed 1.3.3 was out. I went ahead and flashed it despite people's "ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality with this sort of thing. One month later the only thing that's blue-screened my expensive new rig is a bad stick of RAM I'm in the process of RMAing. The drive is now about 45% full and giving me the same speeds it gave when I first benched it's clean windows install - the advertised speeds.

 

I will be buying a 2nd one someday not too long from now for RAID 0 when I'm craving more space and speed.

 

Also forgot to mention, I haven't had to do a single tweak or change to accomodate it. I have checked to make sure TRIM is on and the like, but other than that it has been hands-off.

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