The Corsair Force F90 SSD
Here we get our first look at the Corsair F90. We will publish a Force RAID article in a couple of days and then the drive will make their way into both of our storage product test systems.
On the front of the drive we found the model and serial numbers. The capacity is also listed on the front of the drives.
The back of the drive is void of labels or additional information, but we did find the standard mounting locations for 2.5" drives. This will allow you to install the drives in several adapters and notebook drive sleds.
The standard side mounting points are also where they should be, making the Force 90GB compliant with all known mounting specs for 2.5" drives.
Things got interesting when we popped the top of the drive. Here we see that the F90 is running five modules on one side.
The other side of the drive is running seven flash modules for a total of 12 all together.
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