Conclusion: There's no doubt that Corsair Extreme X128 is quick - very quick. Actually the drive performs better in some benchmarks than what Corsair states, and that's nothing to complain about really. The updated firmware adds the TRIM feature, making sure the drive is always performing its best, and the only thing you need to do when using an SSD is to stop automatic defragmenting in Windows.
At the moment the Corsair Extreme X128 has a price tag of about 3000DKR, and that might scare some people off, but if you're willing to put the money on the table, you get a very nice drive that's going to improve the system speed a lot. The 128GB (120GB after NTFS formatting) is enough for Windows 7 and the most important software, perhaps even some music and video? The only thing that disappoints me is the lag of a bundled 3.5" mounting bracket.
• Performance! • Large cache and quick controller
• Price • No 3.5" mounting bracket
Corsair Extreme X128 Solid State DriveDavidCorsair Extreme X128 Solid State Drive