Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD Review

3. The Drive5. Max Read / Write


Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD Review

Test System and Methodology

Corsair Force GT 120GB (Firmware 1.02)
Intel SSD 510 – 250GB (Firmware PWG2)

Intel Core i7-2600K
ASRock Z68 Pro
2x 4GB Corsair Vengeance


Asus VG236H Screen

Corsair AX1200 PSU
D-Link Wireless-N Dual Band USB Stick
OCZ Agility 3 SSD (OS)
Arctic Cooling MX-4 Paste
Corsair H70
Razer Megalodon
Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard
Roccat Kone[+] Mouse

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
Forceware 275.50

SiSoft Sandra
Crystal DiskMark
Blackmagic Disk Speed Test
ATTO Benchmark
MS Office 2010
StarCraft 2
PCMark 7

The test system was built from scratch, a format of the hard drives was performed (NTFS) and then Windows 7 was installed. Following the completion of the installation, the video drivers were installed. All windows updates were then installed as were the latest builds of the benchmarking tools. Finally, where appropriate, the hard drives were de-fragmented. For each test, the video drivers were set to default quality/optimizations (unless otherwise stated) and each drive was Sanitary Erased between tests.

Good Benchmarking Practice
Where possible, each benchmark was performed three times and the median result for each resolution/setting is shown in the tables that will follow. All applications had their latest patches applied and all hardware features the latest BIOS/Firmware.

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