Corsair Neutron XTi 960GB SSD Including RAID-0 Review

AIDA 64

Corsair Neutron XTi 960GB SSD Review

AIDA 64

In AIDA 64 we again see the Corsair Neutron XTi shine when it comes to sequential write speeds, once again topping our the charts when it comes to SATA SSDs and scaling excellently in Raid 0. In writes, we do see the Neutron XTi fall down the graphs a little, though it is worth noting that consumers will be doing a lot more reads than writes during regular use.   

Again Raid 0 does look like an attractive option when it comes to speed and capacity, though it is worth noting that Raid 0 setups are more likely to fail and will need to be backed up frequently. 

 

Corsair Neutron XTi 960GB SSD Including RAID-0 Review  

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13-09-2016, 19:27:08

Kushiro
Oh another review by WYP. Gotta say, for the price, doesnt look like I will be swapping out these 2TB EVOs anytime soon.Quote

14-09-2016, 12:44:14

Dicehunter
Wouldn't mind a 960GB SSD although it's a little out of my range at this moment.Quote

16-09-2016, 09:48:37

Mike-Irish
Ha anyone got any idea of a price for this SSD? And haw it compares with the likes of the Samsung's equivalent .
Cheers'
MikeQuote

16-09-2016, 11:23:46

Greenback
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Originally Posted by Mike-Irish View Post
Ha anyone got any idea of a price for this SSD? And haw it compares with the likes of the Samsung's equivalent .
Cheers'
Mike
In the conclusion

"At £379.99 for the 960GB version, £167.99 for the 480GB version and around £760 for the 2TB version these drives are certainly not the cheapest SSDs on the market, though they do offer some of the best performance that is possible on SATA today. "Quote

16-09-2016, 16:43:43

WYP
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Originally Posted by Mike-Irish View Post
Ha anyone got any idea of a price for this SSD? And haw it compares with the likes of the Samsung's equivalent .
Cheers'
Mike
This drive is designed to be a competitor to the Samsung 850 Pro with similar pricing, with the Samsung drive having the advantage of faster 3D V-NAND and this Corsair Drive using more chips of traditional planar NAND.

Corsair has made some smart decisions when it comes to this drive's firmware and controller setup, though given the limitations of SATA etc both the 850 Pro and the Corsair Neutron Xti will perform very similarly during day to day use.

Price to performance wise it is hard to beat the Samsung 850 Evo right now, and Intel's 600p NVMe M.3 drive is looking really nice ATM.Quote
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