Corsair Force LX 256GB SSD
Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 5 September 2014. Page 4 of 4. 1 Comment

From the benchmarks run on this solid-state drive and my usage of this drive over the past few weeks, the Corsair Force LX is working great. In these tests with an odd assortment of SSDs from around the office, the Corsair Force LX was only being outperformed by the Kingston SV300S3. The 256GB Corsair SSD retails for $120~140 USD but recently I managed to get it closer to $100, which at the end of the day leaves me satisfied with the purchase and it's working out great on Linux.

Coming up soon from this Corsair Force LX SSD will also be a fresh Linux SSD file-system comparison, etc.

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