Corsair Force LS Series SSD SATA600
Good MySQL enterprise 48 threads results.
7.5 mm thin - Ultrabook compatible.
3 year warranty.
Not available in the US.
More expensive than comparable drives.
Not as fast as other high-end drives.
By uk.hardware.info on January 09, 2014
Unless you're sporting really old hardware, an SSD is the best sure-fire way to boost the performance of your desktop or laptop computer. There is so much choice now it's difficult to know whether there is a significant difference between...-
By Hardware Canucks on January 05, 2014
Corsairs SSD lineup is one of the strongest around with the Neutron and Force series competing well against alternatives from other manufacturers. At this point in time, that same lineup encompasses a whopping six different product categories so...-
By StorageReview on November 18, 2013
The Corsair LS comes from a trusted name in the SSD business and when priced materially less than other current generation SSDs, makes a lot of sense for buyers who want more out of their existing hard-drive based machines.-
By goldfries.com on November 18, 2013
Like the Kingston V300 120GB SSD that I reviewed earlier, the Corsair Force Series LS 120GB does not come with installation kit. The drive retails at aroudn RM 400 and comes with 3-year warranty. ...-
By Guru of 3D on October 16, 2013
The Corsair Force LS SSD series positions itself in a massively saturated market. The model as tested today is a good performing product, not a top performing one though. The overall read performance is good, the trace tests a tiny hint average though...-
By Real World Labs on October 14, 2013
Looking to fill a specific niche, Corsair has launched a new line of SSD’s. The newest in Corsair’s famed “Force” series, the Force LS we have on the bench today is the first non-SandForce based drive of the series.Corsair is...-
By TweakTown on October 08, 2013
I really like the Phison S8 controller and have one in a notebook I use a few times a week. Somewhere along the line, I had to see for myself if the low queue depth IOPS performance was as impressive in real life, as it is on benchmark charts. For...92
By Legit Reviews on September 26, 2013
The Corsair Force LS 240GB (1GB byte = 1,000,000,000 bytes) drive yields 223Gib (1Gib = 1,073,741,824 bytes) to the user after over provisioning and Windows formatting have their share. This is the typical available amount for most 240GB drives and...-
By AnandTech on September 25, 2013
The problem with most budget SSDs is that they aren't cheap enough, and that's Corsair's Force LS problem as well. For about the same or less, you can get a Samsung SSD 840 EVO or Crucial M500 , both of which are great SSDs. Even out of...-
By Vortez on September 13, 2013
In the last 6 months SSD prices have plummeted and the fight for storage limelight has become increasingly fierce. Have Corsair done enough to steal the attention?Throughout our benchmark testing the Force LS demonstrated good results in the...-