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This review is from: CORSAIR 256GB USB Flash Drive Model CMFSL3X2-256GB
Pros: Fast usb drives that gets faster with higher capacities, much like ssds do.
These drives are small and compact with a not too bright but just right blue LED indicator light.
Corsair makes some aesthetically pleasing and well built products and this one is no different.
Nice rubber finish on the sides to help with sliding the drive, overall corsair has completely changed my mind on flash drives. Having the speed these have i'll never go back to other flash drives.
Cons: The only gripe i have with this drive is that the usb connector is exposed and has nothing protecting it, but i suppose you could always just blow out any particles of pocket lint that manage to get in there
Other Thoughts: For me, this drive was already exciting because of it's rated 200mb/s read and 90mb/s write but my results got even better than that.
We'll start off with it's results with crystal disk mark, this flash drive benched
That's already faster than what it's specified so my real world tests included copying over a large game(gta5) which is 61gb and a folder that is 1gb of mixed pictures/videos
Read: 195mb/s with burst speeds high as 245mb/s
write: 120mb/s with burst speeds high as 150mb/s
While the reads are pretty much in margin of error, that's a 33% faster speed than what it's rated for. Overall, i am very happy with the performance of this drive but you should also not forget, this drive is 256gb!! i'll be really surprised if i ever manage to fill this drive.
This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager 16GB Slider X2 USB Flash Drive Model CMFSL3X2-16GB
Pros: Corsair was once known mostly for their memory, and is now in practically everything. They bring quality(mostly) to everything they make and this drive is no different
- Premium quality feel to it
- Slide design with an extra satisfying clicky feel to it
- usb 3.0 is fast
- performance is spot on to what corsair claims
Cons: No cap to the usb connector
It may be too wide for side by side usb ports to make use of the adjacent ones
Other Thoughts: I have various other flash drives lying around my house from sandisk to other corsair drives to no name ones and i think it's time i update all my flash drives to corsair.
Performance is SPOT ON with
reads: 204 mb/s
writes: 41 mb/s
with crystal disk mark and real world testing shows no difference in results, from copying movies on and off to tons of pictures the drive just performs. It's twice as fast as any other drive i have lying around and you really can't come to appreciate the speeds until you have seen them.
This review is from: Corsair M65 USB Wired RGB Laser Gaming Mouse - White
Pros: - Aluminum mouse with a nice weight to it that's adjustable.
- RGB lighting is the future(fuuuuturrrreeeeee)
- Corsair software is known for it's ease of use
- 8200dpi sensor with on the fly settings is handy
- Omrom switches are also the future (fffuuutttrrreeeee)
- The metal scroll wheel has a nice finish and is probably the most comfortable scroll wheel i have ever had the pleasure of using
- Sniper button is just neat but i can't find a use for it
- Glides nice and smooth and overall has a good feeling to it for a mouse of it's size.(i have small hands so it feels even better)
Cons: The sensor is kind of iffy. It doesn't track as well as my coolermaster mouse and i've tried on several mousepads ranging from steelseries to roccat and even cheapo logitech/cheap mouse pads in general
Sniper button is not a button i'd ever use. It takes time to get used to it and it's super easy to hit at the wrong times and has caused me much grief in many games
Other Thoughts: Overall this is a decent mouse. It's got a solid feel, the right weight, an ok tracking sensor and enough buttons to keep me happy.
The software was easy to use but honestly, i've never used on the fly dpi changing ever. This is why i find the sniper button useless. it will take hundreds of hours to get used to this button that's in too easy of a place for me to hit casually. The only use i got out of the software was to change the colors of the leds and that's it.
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