Corsair Accelerator Series 60GB Cache SSD


Mar 25, 2003
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SSD caches are proving to be a popular option for people wanting to increase the speed of their PCs whilst avoiding a huge cost - The SSD Review have recently taken a look at the Corsair Accelerator Series 60GB Cache SSD:

"SSD caching is the process of adding an inexpensive SSD to your computer system where your ‘hot’ or frequently accessed data is stored for very quick retrieval. If you are a builder, it is like having all of your tools in the room next to you rather than out in your truck. The trick to this has always been to create a solution where the cache or ‘hot’ data was stored in the cached SSD, even after the system has been turned off for some time. Without this, system caching would have to start all over again each an every time the system was rebooted.

With this, however, amazing things are possible. If you are reading this report right now on a normal computer with a typical hard drive, shut it down and monitor how long it takes to start and get back to where we are right now. I’d bet for most, it took more than two minutes. Now imagine how much better things would be if we could start your computer in twenty seconds and that’s not even considering system performance yet."

You can read the full review here.


Jan 31, 2005
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Theres a a big thread about this on another forum that i've been reading.... Those who have tried it says it makes a big difference. Well worth a go if your that was inclined. :)

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