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Corsair Breaks PC Mark Vantage World Record Using Force Series Solid-State Drive

Posted March 31, 2010 by jeremy in News

The World Record score of 32,947 was achieved by a Corsair-built system based around the Intel Core i7-980X six-core processor, cooled to sub-zero temperatures. The system was powered by a Corsair HX1000W PSU, 6GB of Corsair Dominator GTX2 memory, and eleven 200GB Force Series F200 SSDs. The recently-announced Force Series SSDs utilize the sophisticated SandForce SF-1200 SSD Processor to deliver unparalleled sequential and random read/write performance.

Using liquid nitrogen on a Kingpin Cooling F1EE LN2 pot, the team at Corsair’s Labs in Fremont, California, overclocked the Intel Core i7-980X processor to a frequency of 5791MHz and The Corsair Dominator GTX2 memory to a frequency of 2144MHz, CL 7. Combined with the incredible performance of eleven Force Series F200 SSDs in RAID 0 using an Areca ARC-1680D-IX-12 PCI-E RAID controller, Corsair was able to smash the previous world record score of 31,333 by 1,614 points.

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Enthusiasts are accustomed to seeing Corsair breaking DRAM speed records, but this latest world record success clearly demonstrates that Corsair now offers class-leading products in other product categories too,” said Andy Paul, President and CEO of Corsair. “The incredible data throughput provided by eleven Force Series SSDs in RAID 0, together with a Corsair HX1000W power supply and Dominator GTX memory, proved to be an unbeatable combination for this extreme-performance PC.

The complete list of components used in the record-breaking Corsair PC can be seen below:

  • 11 x Corsair Force Series F200 SSDs
  • 6GB Corsair Dominator GTX2 DDR3 @ 2144MHz
  • Corsair Professional Series HX1000W power supply
  • Intel Core i7-980X processor
  • ATI Radeon HD 5870 graphics card
  • EVGA X58 Classified motherboard
  • Kingpin Cooling F1EE Liquid Nitrogen pot
  • Areca ARC-1680D-IX-12 PCI-E RAID card

Complete details regarding the test setup, methods, and results can be found http://blog.corsair.com/?p=2051&utm_source=Corsair&utm_medium=PressRelease&utm_content=BlogLink&utm_campaign=ForceSeriesRecord.

For more information on Corsair solid-state drive products, please visit http://www.corsair.com/products/ssd_home.aspx.


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