Published on 12th October 2010 by
Originally Posted by MaverickWillSolid drive, but the price premium isn't massively worth it unless you NEED insane read speeds.
Also worth pointing out, that link on the first page now has the Corsair Force at £180.
youâll need a high quality SATA 6Gbps controller from an expansion card such as the Highpoint Rocket 620 to get the best out of the C300, the price goes up a further £40, taking the overall cost to £255 - £74 more than competing 120GB Sandforce SSDs
Originally Posted by mclean007Thanks for the review. I think however that it's unfair that you always say the C300 *needs* a SATA 6 Gbps expansion card to get the best from it. Yes, without SATA 6 Gbps you'll be bus limited to ~ 300 MB/s rather than the up to 355 MB/s the drive would deliver if not bus limited, but (unless I'm missing something) the same is true of other drives including those running on Sandforce controllers. So it's a bit disingenuous to say things like:
Happy to be corrected if I've got this wrong.
Originally Posted by CrapBagI will need to purchase the rocket card as well seeing as I am stuck on sata 2 but I have read that just the initialisation of the card can add 17 seconds to the boot time of windows.
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