Corsair's Nova V128 series SSD isn't quite the speed demon that their Force series is on paper, but we've already seen other SSDs with Indilinx controllers punch out decent benchmark results. Really, it's likely a matter of how well their firmware performs. We show that and more in our in-depth review.
If you are of a certain age, the name Nova conjures up visions of the beauty from the original Planet of the Apes. That's probably not what the marketing folks at Corsair had in mind when they gave their new Indilinx 'Barefoot' controller-based series its moniker; although she too, was barefoot in the movie. Ramblings aside, the folks over at Corsair have been busy serving up SSD's as of late and we recently took a look at the 100GB version (part number CSSDV128GB2BRKT) of their Force series SSD line which performed extremely well in most of our tests. Today we'll be giving the Nova Series V128 its turn on the test bench to see how well it fares...
Article Title: Corsair Nova Series V128 SSD Performance Review
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