Corsair Force 3 240GB SSD Review

9. File Copy Tests11. Office / Game Maintenance


Corsair Force Series 3 - 240GB SSD Review

Install Times (Windows/Office 2010)



Benchmark Results



Installing Windows, chances are that all of us have to do it at one point or another and while it is not essential to have fantastic performance in this area, it is a good test for writing a large amount of data to the drive in a short space of time. This is especially useful due to the fact the variation in file sizes being written is huge. The time taken is recorded from the moment we begin the install, after partitioning and formatting to when the prompt appears where we choose our username.

Installing Windows 7 on the Force 3 is a simple process, even on the latest SATA 6Gb/s motherboards. For our Intel based motherboard we simply ran the installer, selected the drive (formatting and partitioning to our needs) and then less than six minutes later our operating system was ready to use with the Corsair model again having a small advantage.



Benchmark Results


When installing Office we see a near identical result to Windows where the Force Series 3 drive completes the task around 10 seconds ahead of the Agility 3.

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