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Corsair Force Series LX SSD Unleashed – See Features, Specifications, Price and Where to Buy

Corsair has recently released a new line of SSD geared towards consumers who are on a budget – the Corsair Force LX Series SSD. The new Corsair Force LX Series SSD is not a high performance SSD like the Neutron GTX Series, but it offers a new lower price point for those who want to shift from a mechanical hard drive to a fast SSD. The 128GB features a sequential read/write speed of 560MB/s and 150MB/s respectively; while the 256GB capacity features a sequential read/write speed of 560MB/s and 300MB/s. Check out the rest of its features, specifications, price and where to buy below.

Corsair Force LX Series SSD Reviews

Corsair Force LX Series SSD Features

Powered by a Silicon Motion SSD controller, the Corsair Force LX Series SSDs offer fantastic performance up to 10 times faster than that of a conventional spinning-disk hard drive. Force LX’s SATA 3 file transfer speeds of up to 560 MB/sec read and 300 MB/sec write can massively improve system performance. Operating system start-up and application load times accelerate to mere seconds, anti-virus scans complete far faster, and navigating your PC’s files feels much more responsive thanks to near-instant access times.

A slim-line 7 mm aluminum housing makes it easy to install the Corsair Force LX into almost every desktop or notebook PC with a 2.5 inch drive bay — an ideal upgrade to breathe new life into an notebook, ultrabook or PC in need of a boost. Corsair’s bundled SSD Toolbox software utility is also included as a free download, allowing you to easily optimize your SSD’s performance, clone your existing hard drive, or securely erase all data on a drive. TRIM, NCQ and S.M.A.R.T. technologies automatically maintain drive performance for years to come, and Corsair tops off the package with a 3 year warranty and legendary customer service for total peace of mind.

Corsair Force LX Series SSD Specifications

Corsair Force LX Series SSD Specifications

SpecificationsCorsair Force Series LX 256GBCorsair Force Series LX 128GB
ModelCSSD-F256GBLXCSSD-F128GBLX
Technical specifications Interface Type: SATA 6.0 Gb/s (SATA 3)
Form Factor: 7mm high, 2.5 inch
Max Sequential Read (ATTO): Up to 560MB/s
Max Sequential Write (ATTO): Up to 300MB/s
Operating Temperature: 0C to +70C
Storage Temperature: -40C to +85C
Operating Humidity: 90% RH (40° C)
Storage Humidity: 93% RH (40° C)
MTBF: 1.5 million hours
Interface Type: SATA 6.0 Gb/s (SATA 3)
Form Factor: 7mm high, 2.5 inch
Max Sequential Read (ATTO): Up to 560MB/s
Max Sequential Write (ATTO): Up to 150MB/s
Operating Temperature: 0C to +70C
Storage Temperature: -40C to +85C
Operating Humidity: 90% RH (40° C)
Storage Humidity: 93% RH (40° C)
MTBF: 1.5 million hours
CompatibilitySATA 3 6Gb/s
Backward compatible with SATA II and SATA I
Microsoft® Windows® 8, Windows® 8.1, Windows® 7, Vista®, and XP; Macintosh OS X; Linux
2.5" bay, or 3.5” bay with 2.5” drive support
7mm height for laptop and notebook compatibility
Package contentsForce Series LX Solid State Drive

Corsair Force LX Series SSD Price and Where to Buy

Price and Where to Buy

The Corsair Force LX Series SSD are available now available. The 128GB has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $74.99, while the 256GB capacity has an MSRP of $129.99, and are backed with a three year warranty and Corsair customer service and technical support. Both capacities can be order here 128GB / 256GB and comes with free shipping.

Note: Retail prices are subject to change.

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Peter Paul
I love computers since I was a kid. I’m always fascinated with new technology, especially in the PC world. Many years ago, I was curious if the reviews I read were true and real. So, why not test them myself and share my first-hand experience? And thus, here we are. Thanks for reading!

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