High-Capacity Force Series GT SSDs from Corsair

"New High-Capacity 180GB and 240GB join the 60GB and 120GB Force Series GT models already on the market."

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High-Capacity Force Series GT SSDs from Corsair

With the 60GB and 120GB Force Series GT SSDs from Corsair already on the market Corsair have announced the availability of High-Capacity versions. The 180GB and 240GB feature extremely fast performance with the same native SATA 6Gb/s technology, SandForce SF-2280 SSD Processor and ONFI synchronous flash memory.

The all important performance numbers for both the 180GB and 240GB are 85k IOPS with 555 MB/s sequential read and 525 MB/s sequential write!

As with the earlier released smaller capacity models, Corsair kindly include an easy-to-use 3.5" adapter.

For more information please visit the Corsair Force Series GT SSD Product Listing.

You can discuss this in our forums.

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20-08-2011, 19:33:25

corban
Hello, well ive been thinking about buying the 650D for my first attempt at watercooling and have watched Toms video for it and found it useful, BUT Tom said it was only the first part and he would be putting a full watercooling loop in it and doing another video, this i cant seem to find. Is this because its not being done now or just not had enough time or did i miss it somehow ?.

Would be great to get an answer if possible.

Thanks in advance.

21-08-2011, 09:21:47

DavinTan
I'd rather get the Fractal Arc midi. Just saying:) Have a good day

23-08-2011, 05:33:10

3dProphet
Hi, just go for 650d if u like it, actually i saw some good rigs build at other forums from this case. Some with 240 mm rads and even saw one with a EK 280 mm rad with a little tweak and i think its using the original holes not sure about it yet and thats what i wanted for this case. And you even can fit a Phobya 200 mm rad in the front of the case. You can have a really good water-colling system with this case without going into heavy modifications. I just love this one and getting one soon i hope. I was looking for a option from other brand but can't find any near to my budget of 200 euros that lacks in plastic and "alien" looks.

23-08-2011, 05:51:58

tinytomlogan
Said I *might be*


wotn be getting done now though I dont have time.


And its a pita for rads so it wasnt worth the hassle as I would only be building it for a video

24-08-2011, 03:49:53

corban


Said I *might be*


wotn be getting done now though I dont have time.


And its a pita for rads so it wasnt worth the hassle as I would only be building it for a video




Sorry just to clear this up Tom actually answered this for me in a different thread i was spamming about, thanks for the responses really no idea if im spamming too much asking these questions but do appreciate ppls input and swift answers. Also hope it didnt come across as a demand or accusation was just wondering whether to expect a video or not is all :P.

My struggle to find myself a case i can watercool and actually like the look of too continues tho! the 650D is out now i belive.

24-08-2011, 13:25:19

BaMb1N0
i really love my 650D. decent quality, great interior, understated exterior. i replaced all the fans though. i don't like black OEM fans :-). i like it colourful :-).

not cheap though, but i personally am willing to spend some more on things i trust in.....guess that's called swissness :-)

24-08-2011, 15:36:28

corban


i really love my 650D. decent quality, great interior, understated exterior. i replaced all the fans though. i don't like black OEM fans :-). i like it colourful :-).

not cheap though, but i personally am willing to spend some more on things i trust in.....guess that's called swissness :-)




Dont misunderstand me , it looks like a very nice case but from what ive learned from the people in the know on here it wouldnt be the best choice for watercooling a full loop is all.

24-08-2011, 18:10:48

Icekube
I should be doing my 1st attempt at WC'ing in 650D rig sometime in October, only a 240 rad for the cpu mind you, but I'll be sure to throw up some pics when I do B)

25-08-2011, 02:49:15

corban


I should be doing my 1st attempt at WC'ing in 650D rig sometime in October, only a 240 rad for the cpu mind you, but I'll be sure to throw up some pics when I do B)




Thanks , will be very interested to see and hear how its gone :)

26-08-2011, 07:19:03

3dProphet


Dont misunderstand me , it looks like a very nice case but from what ive learned from the people in the know on here it wouldnt be the best choice for watercooling a full loop is all.




Take a look at Xigmatek Elysium, Cooler Master Haf X and Cubitek HPTX Tank. If you dont like none i only see you getting a expensive Lian Li, Caselabs, XSPC maybe Silverstone too.

If Corsair had made a 800d size with the 650d layout it would be "f*word" amazing.
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