- SATA III
Not for me... 12/25/2013
It had good specs and was fairly well rated.
Meant to serve as a secondary drive... Showed up on initial boot, then disappeared on next. I thought it was the Intel Rapid Storage drive at first, tried both Windows 7 and Windows 8, alt cables to no effect. Turned out to be the drive itself, could keep present to test but system eventually started booting to check disk, and the drive had only been formatted never used or accessed.
I've used OCZ, Crucial, and Adata SSD drives over the years, this was my first Corsair. I don't think their a bad brand, just got a bad one. I'm stuck with a replacement given Newegg policy but, I ordered an Adata as well given I've had a proven history with them. The replacement Corsair will fill a less vital role. It kinda bites that something can't be done as far as covering shipping on DOA product within 30 days. Why should customers pay for a defective unit that got past quality control. Seems that should be passed on to the manufacture.
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