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Corsair - Force F100 - 100 Go


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Généralités
Référence CSSD-F100GB2-BRKT
Capacité 100 Go
Format 2,5''
Type de mémoire Nand MLC
Contrôleur SandForce SF-1200
Compatible Trim oui
Interfaces
Interface interne Sata 3 Gbps
Performances
Débit lecture max. 285 MHz
Débit écriture max. 275 Mo/s
IOPs (4 K, aléatoire) 50000 IOP/s
Fiabilité
MTBF 1 millions d'heures
Garantie 3 an(s)
  • en Maximum PC 5/5
    With performance on par with the best SandForce drives (save in sequential reads, where it’s bested by the Vertex 2), the F100 is a force to be reckoned with. Provided you zero the drive first, we have no qualms recommending it above all SandForce drives on the market today save the Vertex 2.
  • en Maximum PC 5/5
    With performance on par with the best SandForce drives (save in sequential reads, where it’s bested by the Vertex 2), the F100 is a force to be reckoned with. Provided you zero the drive first, we have no qualms recommending it above all SandForce drives on the market today save the Vertex 2.
  • en Benchmark Reviews 5/5
    Corsair Force-series SSDs are going to dominate the market. Not only are these Solid State Drives extremely fast, but more importantly they're capable of SLC-level operational performance I/O. The Corsair Force F100/F200 builds on the powerful SandForce SF-1200 SSD processor, which already innovates the SSD industry by prolonging MLC NAND flash module lifetime and delivering RAID-like data redundancy.
  • en AnandTech 5/5
    I really have no performance complaints about the SF-1200 or Corsair's Force drive. Both did very well in our tests. My concerns continue to be about long term reliability since we've only really seen these drives shipping in earnest for a couple of months now. If you're fine taking the risk, the performance is very nice. Otherwise I'd wait to see how these drives hold up over time before committing.
  • en TechRadar 5/5
    The new SSD from Corsair uses some clever firmware to great effect
  • en Legit Reviews 5/5
    Although drive capacity is below some of its peers, the Corsair Force 100GB SSD is certainly one of the fastest SATA II drives available today and shows just how good the Sandforce SF-1200 controller really is. If you are looking for one of the fastest MLC SSD's available without upgrading to SATA 6Gbps hardware, your quest has ended here.
  • en Think Computers 4/5
    Well at first I was really unsure on how to even give you my opinion on this drive. Some of the results from the tests were good, but others were quite low. After many days of research I found out a few things about some of our benchmarking programs. We received very low sequential scores on CrystalDiskMark and AS SSD benchmark. This scared me at first, but I found out that sequential file transfer speeds have traditionally been low with both of these benchmarks, especially for SandForce controllers. So for these tests we should really concentrate on the IOPS performance (4K, 4K32 & 4K64). If we look at those results from those 2 tests the Corsair F100 performs extremely high compared to some of the other drives we have tested, which is really impressive.
  • en Guru of 3D 4/5
    It however is what it is and we write what we see, we test and measure. This my friends is what we see every now and then with SandForce based products, sometimes it just works out tremendously well, and in other cases you start seeking for some performance you are missing. And that was the case with the F100. However, make no mistake, the Corsair Force series does make a strong impression.
  • en Benchmark Reviews 4/5
    In conclusion, the idea of enjoying a RAID-0 striped array seems like a nice idea for high-performance PC hardware enthusiasts, but for twice the cost of an already-expensive product you don't necessarily receive twice the user experience. ATTO and other benchmarks may report a dramatic increase in sequential file transfer performance, but unless you're moving data on a regular basis there will be a very minimal real-world improvement over any single SSD. Ultimately I do not recommend RAID-0, regardless of HDD or SSD used.
  • en Hexus 4/5
    Corsair's Force SSDs represent premium performance for a premium price. Most consumers will be presented with a more favourable £-to-GB metric by opting for, say, the super-speedy Intel X25-M 160GB, but if your need is characterised by massive bombardment of the storage subsystem, few, if any, drives are better than the Force range.
  • en Hardware Canucks 4/5
    Firmware issues aside, there is no reason why you shouldn’t take a serious look at this SSD. The Corsair F100 is simply full of innovative technology which helps deliver truly stunning performance and as such it receives our Dam Innovative Award for controller and our most coveted Dam Good Award.
  • en TweakTown 4/5
    As it sits right now, the SF-1200 is one of the fastest drives we have ever tested, offers more speed than the Intel X25-M G2 and also offers 20GB more capacity than the X25-M. One of the big selling points for the Corsair Force F100 is that you do not need a SATA 6G port or adapter card to get the most out of the drive. Most users still have SATA II for their main interface and the F100 is ready to work in your system right out of the box.
  • en Hexus 0/5
  • en PC Perspective 0/5
  • en Hardware Heaven 0/5
  • en Hot Hardware 0/5
  • en The Tech Report 0/5
  • en Bit tech 0/5
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