Introduction to the Corsair Force 3 Solid State Drive
Corsair is one of those companies that when mentioned in conversations, one could immediately recognize at least one or more products by them, if not having owned one themselves. Corsair have produced some amazing components over the years and are still going strong. Memory is not all they do anymore. Corsair is a major player in the PC cases industry, their self contained water-cooling kits are hot sellers, their power supplies up there with the best of them and their solid state drives are heavily sought after.
Corsair’s latest solid state drive, called Force Series 3 (or Force 3), is based on a new SandForce controller connected and connected through the speedy SATA III port. This controller is used in many other solid state drives but Corsair is also banking on consumers buying their offering based on their reputation for top quality and superior performance products. That quality and superior performance is offered in sizes of 60GB, 120GB and 240GB for the Force 3. So join us, as we make a bad joke and see if this is a truly a Force to be reckoned with!
Corsair’s take on the Force 3
There's fast, and then there's fast. Force Series 3 SSDs have even quicker read and write times when they're installed in PCs that use the latest SATA 3 6Gb/s interface.