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|07-14-2010, 10:04 PM||#1|
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Corsair Nova Series V128 128GB SSD
Over the past six months, Corsair has been phasing out its older SSD line-up and replacing it with new series' with catchier names, such as Reactor, Force and Nova. The latter is what we're taking a look at here. The goal of the Nova series is to offer huge bang for the buck, and as we've seen throughout our testing, Corsair has hit its mark.
You can read Robert's full in-depth look at Corsair's Nova drive here and discuss it here!
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