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240 GB Corsair Force LE 2.5" SATA III TLC Internal SSD for $57.99, 2 TB Seagate Desktop HDD 3.5" 7200 RPM SATA III Internal Hard Drive for $59.99 AC & More @ Newegg.com

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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes April 26, 2016 at 08:57 AM
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I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

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Corsair Force LE 2.5" 240GB
Is this SSD is fast n good for my skylake i7 6700k
How about quality/ price?????
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Quote from sandeep1920 View Post :
Corsair Force LE 2.5" 240GB
Is this SSD is fast n good for my skylake i7 6700k
How about quality/ price?????
One of the better SSD out there compare to Samsung and Intel.
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This is lower end model from corsair. I use higher end for gaming and love it. This price is tempting for general use. Might even handle some moderate gaming. Does anyone have any experience gaming with this model?
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I can't recommend that Seagate 2TB drive at any price...it might look tempting, but try to resist. I bought one at $65 and it lasted me all of two months. Replaced it with two 3TB WD drives in RAID 1 and I'll never buy another Seagate disk again.
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the corsair drive is amazing. I have been using it for about a month now.
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I have evo any comparison?
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I have the corsair SSD. First one died after 2 days of mild use. Corsair replacement is been in use for year now and no problems yet. It's low end unit and should expect some lemon. Just my 2 cents.
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Quote from homebones View Post :
This is lower end model from corsair. I use higher end for gaming and love it. This price is tempting for general use. Might even handle some moderate gaming. Does anyone have any experience gaming with this model?
Might even handle some moderate gaming!?

What kind of games do you play that need more than 80,000 oops? This isn't a graphics card... Its fast disk access to get the part of your game you are playing into buffer... This will be fast enough for any task you can throw at it in your home.
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Well, compared to the old raptor disks I used, this stuff will be better. But will you notice the write and load time difference between some of these low end and high models? I don't have low end to compare.

Corsair markets their neutron high-end drive for high-end gaming and video. I do both. Maybe it's just marketing. But this bargain price drive is the lowest of their offering.

Here's corsair comparison http://www.corsair.com/en-us/ssd
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Quote from homebones View Post :
Well, compared to the old raptor disks I used, this stuff will be better. But will you notice the write and load time difference between some of these low end and high models? I don't have low end to compare.

Corsair markets their neutron high-end drive for high-end gaming and video. I do both. Maybe it's just marketing. But this bargain price drive is the lowest of their offering.

Here's corsair comparison http://www.corsair.com/en-us/ssd
in most instances, the difference between a high-end and low-end SSD is measured in miliseconds. The biggest reason to buy a higher-end SSD is because those tend to have longer-lasting NAND. Either way, you are most likely going to get 10+ years from a modern SSD before it starts failing to write...
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does it ssd for desktop pc or for laptop?
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does it ssd for desktop pc or for laptop?
These SSDs can be used in a desktop or laptop. There's really no difference in the 2.5" SSD.
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the promo code I put in for the 2TB HDD says its expired and I can't use it. is anyone else getting this? or am I putting it in at the wrong point? (I entered it when it reviews the item and the price.

thanks
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the promo code I put in for the 2TB HDD says its expired and I can't use it. is anyone else getting this? or am I putting it in at the wrong point? (I entered it when it reviews the item and the price.

thanks
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