Corsair 2.5 inch Neutron Series SATA600



Corsair 2.5 inch Neutron Series SATA600

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The Corsair Neutron Series 256GB isn't the speediest SSD we've seen, but it's in the upper average. The price, however, is a bit high compared to, say, the SanDisk Ultra...

By DigitalVersus on

Corsair's move to the Link A Media LM87800 controller has been a good thing. The Neutron GTX performs better, thanks to its faster toggle-mode NAND, but this SSD : the Corsair Neutron with its synchronous MLC NAND, is still a very fast drive - at a great...

By PC Advisor on

Blistering speed that beats that of our favourite SSDs, and it has a reasonable price, too...

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Once upon a time, it was as simple as asynchronous NAND bad, synchronous NAND good. Well, as simple as things get when you're talking about the workings of an SSD. Synchronous NAND was capable of producing very similar synthetic benchmark results to...

By TechRadar on

Corsair is perhaps the most active manufacturer when it comes to SSDs, actively jumping at any opportunity to expand their products range and offer more options to potential customers. The company today offers tens of SSDs through eight product...

By VR-Zone on

It seems like every second month we're talking about SSDs and how quickly they're becoming an essential part of any gaming system. As prices have slowly come down from above $3 per Gigabyte not even 12 months ago, we're now seeing a floor of $1 per...

By PC Authority on

The Corsair Neutron makes a great entry-level SSD thanks to its above-entry-level performance and relatively friendly...

By CNET Australia on

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 various SSDs...

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Nothing will generate negative press faster than a NAND refresh that results in lower capacity or performance. A few years ago, OCZ notoriously swapped the NAND on the Vertex SSD Series without informing customers. Unfortunately this led to lower...

By HardOCP on

In June, 2012 we published a large group test of SSDs with capacities of 120/128 GB and 240/256 GB . Those are still the most popular sizes, judging from what people search for on Hardware.Info. The world of SSDs didn't stand still, and since then a...

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