Sometimes you make a wish and Corsair makes it come true. Awhile back we reviewed the 180GB Corsair Force GT. The thing that made the 180GB Force GT unique was its controller; the SandForce 2282 and its array of NAND sitting at 24 modules. The 180GB Force GT performed very well and showed a noticeable performance increase due to the increased parallelism of the 2282 processor with 24 NAND flash chips. This amount of parallelism isn’t available from a 2281 processor because, a 2281 processor can access a maximum of 16 NAND flash chips. The 2282 processor has the ability to assess 32 NAND flash chips. After seeing first-hand what a 2282 equipped with more than 16 NAND flash chips could do, we wanted to see what 2282 equipped drive would be capable of with a full array of 32 NAND flash chips.