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|9th July 2010, 17:10||#1|
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Nine Solid State Drives from Corsair
We will be talking about solid state drives from Corsair today. The company’s SSD line-up has expanded considerably since we tested them last.
After our recent tests of SSDs from OCZ we are especially interested in comparing same-series products of different storage capacities. The capacity has but a small effect on a hard disk drive whose performance depends mostly on the recording density, heads actuator and firmware algorithms. But when it comes to SSDs, we have such performance-determining factors as the controller, firmware and capacity. We might have inferred that from the top speeds the manufacturers write into their product specs, yet we were indeed surprised to find different-capacity SSDs to differ that distinctly both at sequential operations and at server loads which included even a small share of write requests.
Every fact needs rechecking, of course. Therefore we are going to add the results of Corsair products to our database now.
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