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  1. Hello, I own a Corsair 680X case and was wondering if it is possible to remove the ssd tray, and if so how to do so. Any assistance would be appreciated.
  2. I had a Corsair MP510 480 GB (CSSD-F480GBMP510) die on me on July 10, 2021. I raised a service request and shipped my drive to Kaizen Infoserve (which handles RMA for Corsair in India) on July 15. (RMA# BLR-14072021-9180). I received a replacement on July 24, but after plugging it in, the benchmark numbers were worse than my previous drive. On closer inspection, I found that I had received a different model (CSSD-F480GBMP510B) which was inferior on all counts than the non-B model that I had initially purchased. When I raised this on the RMA email thread (Support Request # 2004471043), they told me to ship the drive that I had received back to them. I shipped the replacement drive on August 12, and they confirmed on August 15 that they had received the drive, after which they asked me if I would be okay with a CSSD-F960GBMP510B/RF2 as a replacement. After spending some time on the internet, I figured out that the RF2 might mean refurbished, and I emailed them to let them know that I did not want a refurbished product, especially an SSD that has limited write endurance. Given that a brand new MP510 failed for no reason with only 6 TB written to it (when the drive had an endurance of 800 TBW), I did not want to roll the dice on a refurbished product. I mentioned that if a refurbished product was the best they could do, I'd rather take a refund. I added that I was open to taking a 960 GB MP510B (new) or a 500 GB MP600 (new), since both of them would offer similar performance to my original drive. It has been a week since then, and I am yet to receive any email correspondence regarding my RMA status, or a replacement drive. I have sent them multiple emails on the thread, but I am yet to get a response. Can somebody help me?
  3. In addition to my specs above, I have the Corsair H100i AIO with a 240mm radiator and 3 additional case fans. After installing the Corsair Lighting Node Pro and RGB Fan Hub, my 2 SSDs are no longer recognized by my BIOS. At first I thought I may have been overloading my SATA power cable, but after further troubleshooting, I've determined that if either of the two Corsair devices (the LNP or hub) are connected to any SATA power connection, the SSDs will not be recognized. To confirm this, I disconnected my HDD, both Corsair devices, and one SSD from their SATA cables and booted into my BIOS. The connected SSD was there. I plugged in just one of the Corsair devices to a separate SATA cable and restarted; the SSD was not recognized again. So it seems if either of those devices is powered at all, the SSDs are not. Has anyone else had this issue and/or know how I can fix it?
  4. when I'm playing the games they crash, Windows stops recognizing the ssd, I have to restart the computer to get everything back to normal. when this happens it does not let me enter any sdd folder since the following message appears: " a device has been specified that does not exist" Curiously this started to happen to me with the new Windows update the 20H update. Cpu: ryzen 2600 Motherboard: asus x570 Pro (with 3001 version bios) Thanks!
  5. Hi all, Our product team have put together this quick guide (see attachment) for manually triggering TRIM and disabling fast boot which can help restore performance for M.2 NVMe drives like our MP510 and MP600 SSDs. If you need additional assistance with your CORSAIR SSD, please contact our support team at https://help.corsair.com MP600 TRIM and Disable Fast Boot.pdf
  6. Good day, people, I got problem with Corsair M.2 SSD MP510 480GB after yesterday (15 April 2020) Windows 10 Update. I've been using this SSD for a bit more than a year, and everything was fine. Yesterday in late evening I found pending Windows update, so I pushed "Update and shutdown" button and finished using PC. This morning I found my PC not booting up from mentioned SSD, where Windows 10 was installed. After struggling all day, I've failed to bring the disk back to life, but at least now I can describe the problem. So the problem is the SSD stopped to be recognized by Windows and BIOS. No single program or application or utility or BIOS can detect my SSD now. Previously, when everything was fine, in BIOS this device has name "Force MP510" and it was also visible from Windows utilities like Disk Management or others. Couple of hours later, after tweaking BIOS options, I made it back semi-visible, but it's name now is PHISON SSD E12, what is chipset's name and not disk's model name. So my first thoughts was like it's firmware is broken and I should probably update it. I've found Corsair SSD Toolbox app to update firmware hopefully, but I've failed. Toolbox doesn't recognize the SSD as a disk it can work with, so the button to update firmware appears gray and is not clickable. I've been trying to install firmare (12.3) from MSI installer (found it on this forum), but it was not able to download firmare, so this trial failed too. I've been trying to plug-off and plug-in back the SSD to M.2 slot, but that didn't helped. I've updated BIOS to latest one (2020), as mine was 2 years old (2018), but that didn't helped as well. Now, I have no more ideas how to get it back to life. I've paid ~130 EUR for it and it would be really disappointing to throw it to waste bin after only 1 year of using. So I am hopefully asking - is there anything I can do with it? I am attaching 2 photos so you can see more details. Thank you very much for your answers in advance.
  7. The card is too thick. It does not allow the tray to be put back on. It does screw into the tray holes OK. I have been searching for days to find a tray that would work, but no luck. I am using the HDD trays for HDD, so can not put an adapter for SSD in there. I can not find an additional HDD tray/hanger for the case either. I found a 3.5 mounting tray at BestBuy for Corsair, but where do I mount it inside the case? And it is ONLY a tray, holes in bottom and sides. The manual is too hard to read, the print being too small to read even with a magnifying glass. It only shows moving the original hanger in the case via a tiny picture that says basically nothing. I don't just want to leave the card hanging off the cords! Anyone? Thanks.
  8. MOBO-ASRock z370 gaming K6 CPU- i7-8700k OS-Windows 10 pro 64 Ram- 64gb GSkill ripjaws 3200 GPU-RTX 2080Ti Boot Drive- SAmsung 970 Evo Nvme M.2 2nd Drive- Samsung 860 Evo 2.5 SSD 3rd Drive- Seagate 4TB HDD 4th Drive- WD 2TB HDD PSU- Corsair CX750M I recently upgraded PSU from a EVGA 500 to a corsair CX750M. All was well on first boot, loaded right into windows no problem. But when i went to access data on storage drives both of my HDD's were not detected. Both SSD's were just fine. I checked all cables and tried different ports and cables, other devices on same sata power cables detect fine. Tested HDD's on different pc's and they are still alive and fine. SATA cables and SATA power cables are in good working order but still no detection in BIOS or windows.
  9. I got my MP510 1TB SSD a week or so ago and it started playing up when I tried running programs from it, I've ripped it out of my PC countless times now and tried it on PCIe to m.2 adaptors and m.2 slots on my board, it works fine normally but as soon as I run a game or any other program from that drive it dies and then no app can write to the drive even though I can see the drive in file explorer, if i try and open anything that uses the drive at all it crashes, I then restart the PC and the drive is gone entirely (including from the bios e.t.c.) then another restart or 2 and its back and acting like nothing ever happened until I use it again, I can download files and install to the drive but once I run anything on the drive regardless of what it is it gives up and starts all over again, although thinking about it downloading to the drive may be an issue still because I've not actually downloaded much to it at all. I've actually broken my PCIe extender for vertical mounting my GPU because I've had it in and out so much in the last few days diagnosing the issue. Just contacted scan about a replacement or refund but if its going to be a common fault I'll pay the extra for a Samsung SSD that should be more reliable. If there's something stupid that I'm missing that will fix this then let me know but I've checked the firmware is up to date and I'm using my existing m.2 drive without issue and the programs that were crashing on the MP510 are running fine on that one in the same slot on the board. I've tried maybe 30 different methods I've found online for drives disappearing and not one of them has worked at all.
  10. Hi I'm using the SSD toolbox to try and secure erase my force no 510 but it says secure wipe does not work with that drice. Any ideas? Thanks
  11. Hello, I just purchased the new i160 and instantly bought a 970 evo plus 2tb to replace the 500gb ssd. Anyway, I didn't found out anyone doing the replacement, there are no articles or video of people doing the upgrade. Does anybody upgrade their ssd yet? Any video or suggestion?
  12. I am new to the Corsair market and I just want to confirm. I have been told that the MP600 M.2’s are experiencing issues with their write speeds. I literally just received 2 of these for my new build but have not yet installed them. Should I get these below instead. Are the better? Opinions? Please! GIGABYTE AORUS NVMe Gen4 SSD 1TB
  13. Hello all. I am new to the CORSAIR and custom builds. I currently am working on a 3 monitor setup. My tower included the following.. AMD Ryzen 9 3900x ASUS AMD AM4 ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) Motherboard Corsair Force MP600 M.2 2280 1TB - 2 of these MSI Geforce RTX 2080 TI 11GB Gaming X Trio Corsair 1000 Watt Platinum Power supply Windows 10 64 Bit Memory undecided due to new build.... Monitors are Asus ROG Swift PG279Q 27inch (Running a 3 monitor setup) Tower is a Corsair Crystal 570X RGB Mirror Black ATX Mid Tower Cooling is Corsair H115i RGB Platinum Liquid Cooler My motherboard says it can do a GEN 4 M.2. With that being said, Corsair offers a Gen 4 M.2 SSD (Force Series Gen.4 PCIe MP600 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD), but it has a cooling block on top of it. If you notice with my motherboard, the M.2 slots have a plastic piece that goes overtop of the M.2 slot, which would interfere with the Corsair Force Series Gen 4 M.2. What is recommended here. Could I remove that plastic piece and just not use it? Should I remove the cooling block and not use it? Or is there another brand I should go with? I am just trying to stay with the Corsair brand. Any help would be great!!
  14. Hi, I'm looking for some information on how to enable SED feature on the Force MP510. SSD Toolbox doesn't help. Based on Tomshardware review it doesn't support Bitlocker, but does support Opal, not sure whether 1.0 or 2.0. What's the best software to use as an Opal manager for this drive? WinMagic looks interesting, alas it doesn't list Corsair in their compatibility section. How secure would that solution be anyway? Would there be any pre-boot authentication? Many thanks.
  15. I have the MP300 M.2 SSD in an MSI laptop, been working fine for 6 months, Now windows won't boot, when i run the windows installation, i can see the partitions, but can't delete the partitions, i put it in my desktop, i can read the main partition, and I have recovered my data, but i can't format the drive or secure erase it on my desktop either.
  16. http://i.imgur.com/Fltf3.png Wrong tool - finds my drive http://i.imgur.com/xlFbe.png Right tool - does not find my drive, even in compatibility mode (my Windows 7 doesn't list Windows 7 in the compatibility mode listing, but setting it as Vista doesn't work either). Even when run as administrator is set. I think this flashing tool needs an update itself. There's clearly an issue here. This is on an Acer Aspire One 721 series. I also tried on my PC with a Gigabyte motherboard and AMD Phenom II x6. Both computers were set to SATA AHCI, I even tried cycling all other settings to see if they worked. -- Back story: the reason why I want to do a firmware update is that this drive failed on me last night when I came home. I had left my netbook copying my music collection to the drive all day (copying probably only took a half hour or something). The drive was on in my laptop all day. When I arrived home I put my computer to sleep by closing the lid and set it in my room. Later when I went to wake up the netbook my drive would not init. The HD indicator LED was on solid and I got a no-OS error. Today I booted up in Linux and was able to see the drive. I created a new partition table and installed Linux fine. I was able to install Windows 7 as well (what I'm typing this on). I was wondering if maybe the firmware update would provide a fix. Maybe I should just RMA the drive as it's clearly faulty (it was a refurb to start with).
  17. Hi all, Our latest SSD, the Neutron Series NX500 has launched! It's a half-height, half-length PCI-Express Add-In-Card available in 400GB or 800GB capacities. It features MLC flash, significant overprovisioning for best performance/endurance, a passive heatsink for cooling, and is backed by a 5-year warranty. Quick specs: Interface Type: PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 Max Sequential Read (ATTO): Up to 3000MB/s Max Sequential Write (ATTO): Up to 2400MB/s Max Sequential Read (CDM): Up to 2800MB/s Max Sequential Write (CDM): Up to 1600MB/s Max Random Read QD32 (IOMeter): 300K IOPS Max Random Write QD32 (IOMeter): 270K IOPS Links! NX500 landing page: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/neutron-nx500-aic-ssd NX500 product video: NX500 product overview video: NX500 product overview blog: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2017/august/nx500-overview
  18. Hello i am looking at the website and it has 3 different pages for SATA SSDs two of the pages are for the Force Series LE200 and they look no different even have the same sizes but one is cheaper than the other. There is also the Force Series LS which for me look the exact same except that it has a blue sticker instead of a yellow one. If anyone knows the actual differences i would love to know. Thanks in advance.
  19. If you have a CORSAIR Force LE200 SSD, firmware version 50.9 is available and addresses the "SATAFIRM" issue that has been reported. Please download the CORSAIR SSD Toolbox here and upgrade your Force LE200's firmware ASAP. In CSSDT, click on your Force LE200 SSD, and then click on "Firmware Update" to begin the process. If you've already encountered the "SATAFIRM" issue on your Force LE200, please grab the drive's serial number (either from SSD Toolbox or by looking at its label) and contact customer support for assistance.
  20. Hi, I am living in Turkey and studying Computer Engineering at Çukurova University.I am codding some simple program and editing video&photograph with Adobe Premiere and Photoshop.I am also using 128 GB SSD but it is not enough for me.Also as a University student I am playing some computer games.I wrote an e-mail to Corsair Support and they led me here.I need a new SSD but I can not buy new one because in Turkey hardwares are very expensive because 1$ = 3.7 Turkish Liras.Turkey is do not have own hardware company like Corsair.Think that Corsair Force MP500 480 GB is 1300$.How can you buy it?I give a photo here about MP500 Price in Hepsiburada(Hepsiburada is a kind of online-shopping site like Amazon but it only sell in Turkey).As you see MP500 480 GB is 1300 Turkish Liras(TL).I see that Corsair support generally gamers but would you support one time computer engineers?Really I need it.
  21. Long story short - My old pc died and I looked around and discovered this beauty. After a bunch of review hunting and such, I'm stoked on this unit. I'm just wanting to know: The Corsair One Pro 1080ti has a M.2 SSD and a HDD. Was just wondering if there was a spot and hookups to add 1 more SSD? I have a 480GB Corsair Force SSD that I would like to transfer to this beast (My old PC game drive) Sorry if this is a dumb question and it's obviously noted somewhere... Thanks for your time!
  22. Hello, It is more a question about the corsair toolbox but could not found a toolbox discussion. I recently bought an corsair force mp500 m2 ssd off 120gb. (101.77 free use) It is for my laptop that supports 1x 2,5mm disk and an 1x m2 ssd. >The hhd is slow and I want my OS on my m2 ssd. The laptop is new and has just an few install on it that make the total used space 97gb on the hhd. but i want to clone everything and place it on the ssd. of course I try it with the corsair toolbox that I find on the site. first i looked at the info that is given by the toolbox i saw point 3 " After cloning is finished, shutdown the system first, then disconnect the old system drive (source), and move/connect the new system drive (destination) to the same SATA port as the old one.'' I can not connect it to the same sata. -------------------------------------------------------- Still I did try it. I did only apply: efc system fat 32 (600mb) windows data C: 92gb used of (600gb) and i did set it to 101,7gb (all empty space so that part is fully covering al loose date on ssd) So I did not replace data D: 0gb used of 380 (empty participation) and windows recovery 0.9gb It gives the error that it could not make partitions, after like 5 hours of running. What did I wrong and how can i solve it. Help
  23. Hello, I am using two Corsair Force Le SSD drive which are 120GB and 240GB. I bought them 6 months ago, so they are not much old but now both of them working slower than my HDD while transferring data. Access times are seems fine. - I am sure they are working as SATA3 - My sata cables are fine - My both SSDs and motherboard using up to date firmware and BIOS - No S.M.A.R.T error is shown for both of them - Booted Linux live image (normally using Windows 10) to make sure that issue is not related with OS. Linux benchmark still same. - 120GB one has %77 free storage, 240GB one has %100 free storage (recently formatted entire disk). I am still suspicious because both of them having same problem. May there something that i am missing or it is time to rma? ATTO results can be found in attachment
  24. Hi! I've recently bought a Corsair Force LE SSD 240GB drive. I've installed it on my PC and, before to insert anything into it, checked for errors and done some benchmark test. Everything seems to be OK, but the temperature. SMART data says that it is always at 100ºC (212ºF); which is, of course, too much. This is on Linux, because I've tried booting with windows 8 and it showed a more reasonable temp (30º or so). I guess this is related to "Interpreting SMART Data on Corsair SSDs". So I should not panic; But, is there any option to get the real temperature info? maybe somehow upgrading the firmware (must be a for-Linux solution)? I attach a screen-shot with the temperature data I get displayed.
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