25 July, 2014: The Corsair Neutron GTX is an exciting new solid-state drive. This is partly because it’s one of the first SSDs from Corsair that I’ve worked with and mostly because it would be an excellent drive for any computer.The Corsair Neutron GTX is another SSD I’ve reviewed that comes in the new and increasingly popular 7mm thickness. And that means, like the rest, it can fit in the vast majority of systems, ranging from many ultrathin laptops to regular laptops to desktop computers. The drive still uses the 2.5-inch standard, which has been the long-term standard for laptop hard drives, but is only 7mm thick, instead of the 9.5mm of standard drives.For desktops, the Neutron GTX also includes a 3.5-inch drive converter that, once mounted on the drive with the included screws, gives the little SSD the same physical mounting size as a regular 3.5-inch hard drive. In short, the new Corsair Neutron Series GTX has essentially all of the bases covered in terms of placement.

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