Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD Review

4. Test System and Methodology6. CrystalDiskMark


Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD Review

Maximum Read / Write


Benchmark Results

ATTO disk benchmark allows us to run a synthetic test on the various drives which are being reviewed today, letting us see the peak speed achieved on each model.

In this review we are comparing the Force GT to Intel’s 510 Series drive (the fastest model which is 240GB). The reason for this? Basically the Intel model, like the Force GT, is marketed as a drive which is ideal for real world use, the 510 series having been tuned firmware wise to maximise file transfers and similar operations rather than IOPS. Of course we must also note that as well as Corsair stating the Force GT is ideal for reading/writing music and video they have also been able to retain high IOPS.

So, in terms of maximum speeds we see the Force GT peaking above the 510 series on read and despite the 120GB version of the Corsair drive being 10MB/s slower at writes than the 240GB model it still outscores the Intel drive by some way in this test.

Leave a Reply

Related posts

Plextor M6 Pro SSD Review

Plextor M6 Pro SSD Review

The Plextor M6 Pro SSD replaces the M5 series at the top end of their product range and today we have one to review.

Kingston V310 SSD Review 960GB

Kingston V310 SSD Review 960GB

Today we take a look at the Kingston V310 SSD from their SSDNow family. A drive which looks to offer high capacity and decent speed at an aggressive price point.

Radeon R7 SSD (AMD/OCZ) Review

Radeon R7 SSD (AMD/OCZ) Review

When is an OCZ SSD not an OCZ SSD? Well that's when AMD get their hands on it... meet the AMD Radeon R7 SSD. AMD use reasonably straight forward packaging design for their Radeon R7 SSD. We get their branding and capacity on the front and some product info on the back. Inside the...