Corsair SSD Force Series F100 100GB SATA300
Solid SandForce performance.
Great random IOPS.
Outstanding 284/277 MBps read/write speed with ATTO.
SandForce SF1200 processor supports TRIM, SMART, and RAISE.
DuraWrite technology extends NAND lifetime.
Top-level enthusiast operational I/O performance.
2Year Corsair full product warranty.
Make sure you zero the drive before use.
Limited availability at this time.
Low scores in HD Tune Pro.
Lacks integrated USB MiniB data connection.
Not 3rdGeneration SATA6.0 compliant.
No public firmware updates available.
By TechRadar on August 05, 2010
At any moment in the history of the solid state drives, there's always been an "it" SSD controller chipset – a controller that turns heads and generally dominates the news.Now there's a new pretender to the Barefoot's OEM controller...90
By Ocaholic on July 29, 2010
Based on the recent Sandforce 1200 controller, Corsair has a very fast SSD in its portfolio. The Forc 100 GByte shows very consistent performance in all our benchmarks which means that there are no major negative performance impacts. Furthermore this...-
By Maximum PC on July 13, 2010
Man, we are all about SandForce these days. The controller company burst out of stealth mode early this year, and proceeded to rock our socks with every drive that uses its SF-1200 firmware. The Corsair Force F100, like all drives of its ilk, relies...90
By Overclockers Club on July 05, 2010
When it comes down to benchmarking the Corsair Force Series 100GB SSD, I was quite happy with the results that it was able to provide, despite a few benchmarks that gave it a bit of trouble when it was compared to the Mushkin drive. However, it was...-
By HardwareHeaven on June 20, 2010
Looking at the value represented by the drive, generally SSDs do not offer much in this area with costs still being high for reasonably low capacities. The F100 is more expensive than drives...100
By ThinkComputers on June 13, 2010
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...90
By Guru of 3D on June 07, 2010
Corsair's Force series SSD leaves a decent impression. The overall baseline performance is certainly fast, and when you look at very specific segments like Random I/O, especially in writes it's where the drive shines over controller solutions...-
By AnandTech on June 01, 2010
Random write performance of the drive we reviewed may change with future firmware updates. Click here to find out more.Corsair’s late entry into the SSD market meant that it missed the JMicron mess of the early days, but it also meant that Corsair...-
By HotHardware on May 25, 2010
It is hard to believe that almost two years has passed since we first rounded-up some of the first solid state drive offerings for the PC. Since that time, the landscape has changed dramatically. Capacities have increased somewhat, but performance has...-
By The Tech Report on May 17, 2010
With the right workload, SandForce's SF-1200 storage controller has enormous potential. All three of the SF-1200-based drives we tested offer solid sequential throughput and very fast random access times across a range of transfer sizes. The SF-1200...-