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Thread: How to obtain best performance for Corsair Force 3 F180

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    How to obtain best performance for Corsair Force 3 F180

    I am thinking of buying a new SSD, and I think the Corsair driving force on 3 F180 looks interesting, since it is relatively cheap and use a speed controller. But I can find no adequate information on the actual performance of this album I could not find any real reference.

    From what I've found the strength of three asynchronous series uses 25 nm flash memory and controller 2281 science fiction. However, the model 120 GB 240 GB and seem to work very differently, allegedly because the 120 GB model you marched all channels not available data from the controller. This leaves me with a question, the 180GB model works similarly to the F120, F240 or right in the middle?

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    Re: How to obtain best performance for Corsair Force 3 F180

    Quote Originally Posted by !Shea! View Post
    From what I've found the strength of three asynchronous series uses 25 nm flash memory and controller 2281 science fiction. However, the model 120 GB 240 GB and seem to work very differently, allegedly because the 120 GB model you marched all channels not available data from the controller. This leaves me with a question, the 180GB model works similarly to the F120, F240 or right in the middle?
    Right in the middle on a scale extremely well. Realistically, will take place on it. The 120 and 240 GB models is not performed very differently,

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    Re: How to obtain best performance for Corsair Force 3 F180

    As with most higher-capacity SSD models in the range of the same model are generally slightly faster than the speed of writing only) due to the density of memory!

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    Re: How to obtain best performance for Corsair Force 3 F180

    I could not find the same for the pirates, but what I can see the agility 3 series is very similar to the strength of 3 series. The performance is basically the same in most cases will be seen.

    But in a number of cases is very different. Although one could tell the difference is small, in a market with many similar units should be counted as significant.

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    Re: How to obtain best performance for Corsair Force 3 F180

    Anyway I found some real information on Corsair units, the 240 GB model is 16 NAND devices, each with 2 of 8 GB NAND die. The 120 GB model however, contains 16 devices on a single 8GB pr die. device. This means that each control channel on the 240GB model is connected to four dies, while the 120 GB model has only two dies pr. channel.

    This should be visible in the performance figures as mentioned here (note that the SF2000 series can use twice as many die pr nand. Sf1200 Canal as the series, so it dies two pr. Canal is not enough to feed the controller

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    Re: How to obtain best performance for Corsair Force 3 F180

    Well, if you’re paranoid that you will never believe the reason! We recommend that you go and read a lot of comments and see if SSD!

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