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Corsair 115GB SSD SATA Refurb

Corsair 115GB SSD SATA Refurb
alaAverage 2.2

6 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Firmware issues causing blue screen with windows

 

Price

There seemed to be some firmware issues with this brand and the manufacturer. I tried two RMA and still had the same problem. I can note that it worked fine with Linux/unix

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Dead already

 

Was great while it worked

Less than 60 days and it's dead

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refurbed = recertified

 

Price, half off regular price

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SSD not compatible with some AMD APU

 

Some compatibility problem with AMD APU equipped laptops when trying to install/use Windows 8. [It takes like 2minutes just to format the SSD, which takes like 5seconds on 5400rpm HDD] Not sure which to blame Microsoft? AMD? Lenovo? Corsair?, but since...

I could max out 270MB/s write and read on Linux

2 Eggs. Because nothing was notified and seemed like AMD issue was known when I searched through Corsair forum after the fact

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RMA adventure

 

(1) -My old harddrives were in raid 0 and they were mismatched 7200rpm 500gb drives that were 5 years old, says alot about the speed compared to the ssd (2) -I sent the product for RMA exactly as it was, no adapter tray, no s/n on the box, exactly as I...

Wasn't DOA ; Worked a bit faster than my previous harddrives ; (2)RMA procedure(look below)

(1)Didn't see blazing speed: Win 7 installed in the same amount of time my harddrives took(look below) ; It seemed to slow down with capacity increase even though it's an ssd, awkward ; I benchmarked the ssd and found the drive was performing at half...

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Died in 40 days

 

I had this installed in my wife's laptop and all of a sudden the machine became unresponsive. Upon reboot, it'd not even detect the drive - I tried times but no use. I thought that it was covered under "60 days Manufacturer Warranty" but when I looked...

SSD

Died in exactly 40 days - right outside the 30 days window

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