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Long product name Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5 :
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Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5:
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Dramatically increase the performance of existing systems. Kingston Technology's SSDNow V+ Series solid state drives (SSD) help consumers and organisations of all sizes enhance the performance and lifecycle of computers that have a Serial ATA (SATA) interface. The V+ Series is available in a range of capacities, all optimised for intensive use. Speed up system start-up, application loading and overall productivity with Kingston Technology's SSDNow V+ Series.

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Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5

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Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-09-28 02:07:10
Testseek has collected 73 expert reviews for Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5 and the average expert rating is 81 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-28 02:05:10
Product Code: SNVP325-S2/256GB Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraordinary. Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraord...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+'s results aren’t bad, but better drives are available for the same kind of money. The inclusion of a drive caddy and software are attractive, but when paying this much we’d rather take the faster drive - and one capable of juggl...
70%
eteknix.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:22:05
As we all know hard drives are a very important component of any computer system. If you look back to the days when drives were a measly couple of hundred megabytes in size but much more in expensive, the only direction the market seemed to be going wa...
Good Trusted manufacturer, Fast performance, Versatile for desktop and laptops, Backup facility, Fantastic in RAID...
Bad Some people may find it expensive...
85%
vortez.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:22:05
Product on Review: Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GBManufacturer and Sponsor: KingstonMSRP: £215With prices slowly dropping on SSDs, never has there been a better time to invest in a rapid storage device for your windows boot drive. Being lower in capacity com...
Bottom line In the last 6 months SSD prices have dropped significantly giving over to an increase in sales. As with all new technology you will pay a premium, but as we have seen SSDs mature and the increase in demand this has meant consumers can invest without h...
0%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:22:05
We've reviewed previous SSDs from Kingston. Although they were fast, they were also very expensive. We therefore weren't expecting much from Kingston's keenly priced 64GB V+ SSD, but the results of our benchmarks surprised us. The V+ excelled in our la...
Bottom line The 64GB V+'s consistently quick performance and reasonable price make it a good value SSD and perfect as a boot drive...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:22:08
Kingston's latest 128GB 2.5in solid state disk (SSD) for laptops comes with a comprehensive kit of accessories. A USB 2.5in disk enclosure and disk imaging software are included for copying all your files from your existing hard disk to the SSD, before...
Bottom line Kingston's latest SSD is fast and comes with everything you need, but its comparatively low capacity and high price make it a poor choice for most laptop owners...
60%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:22:09
Product Code: SNV125-S2/64GB The Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB is a virtually silent solid-state drive with a rapid turn of pace. As fast as your processor can be, it can only wait while requested data is read or written to a magnetic hard disk. Th...
Bottom line SSD gets more affordable for normal users with the Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB drive. Enthusiasts cannot ignore the allure of this solid state drive, with its potential for speeding up the system and silent operation. Madana Prathap Lowest online p...
90%
ocaholic.ch.english
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:22:10
With the SSDNow V+ 64 GByte, Kingston presents the second generation of its value SSD series. The latest models are based on the Samsung S3C29RBB Controller which in idle draws only 0.15 Watts. Furthermore you shall get 220 MByte/s reading and 140 MByt...
Bottom line With the SSD Now V+ 64 GByte Kingston presents a midrange SSD which comes with quite a reasonable price tag. Therefore you get a product which is equipped with Samsungs S3C29RBB Controller which overall in our tables hits the average ranks. Quite a str...
0%
clunk.org.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:22:10
Back in January, we reviewed Kingstons SSDNow E-Series drive, which proved to be the fastest drive that we had seen and still is the fastest SATA II drive that money can buy. One of the downsides of the E series drives was the astronomic cost per gig...
Good Performs well in real world tests, Performs well in some benchmarks, Runs cool, Uses a tiny amount of power, Looks great...
Bad Doesnt like random reads and writes of small files, Firmware not upgradeable by the end user, Needs to be slightly cheaper to be competative (At least in the UK)...
Bottom line Testing the V+ was an enjoyable process, but it does leave us with a bit of a dilemma - On one hand, we have near faultless real world performance in the tests, yet on the other hand, some of the benchmark scores are quite low, even for a Samsung base...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-04 22:24:14
Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraordinary.Like Crucial, Kingston is renowned for supplying computer memory, particularly aftermarket RAM modules. The company currently has a range o...
Good Bundled software and drive caddy...
Bad Expensive, performance wasn’t spectacular...
0%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-04 22:24:19
The SSDNow V+ solid-state drive (SSD) from Kingston Technology has a capacity of 64GB and is best suited to users looking to replace their computers main hard drive. It has a 2.5in form factor and is based on multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory technology. It is cheap compared to many other solid-state drives, and provides consistently quick transfer speeds. Kingstons SSDNow M series was little more than Intel X25-M with some additional protection and a few stickers. By contrast, the SSD...
Good Relatively inexpensive, rugged enclosure, frugal power consumption, fast transfer speeds...
Bad Low storage capacity...
Bottom line We like the Kingston SSDNow V+ solid-state drive — it’s efficient, quick and quite cheap. If you’re looking to replace your notebook or PC’s system drive, this is definitely a viable candidate...
90%
eteknix.com
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:02:54
As we all know hard drives are a very important component of any computer system. If you look back to the days when drives were a measly couple of hundred megabytes in size but much more in expensive, the only direction the market seemed to be going wa...
Good Trusted manufacturer, Fast performance, Versatile for desktop and laptops, Backup facility, Fantastic in RAID...
Bad Some people may find it expensive...
85%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:03:55
We've reviewed previous SSDs from Kingston. Although they were fast, they were also very expensive. We therefore weren't expecting much from Kingston's keenly priced 64GB V+ SSD, but the results of our benchmarks surprised us. The V+ excelled in our la...
Bottom line The 64GB V+'s consistently quick performance and reasonable price make it a good value SSD and perfect as a boot drive...
100%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:13:59
Product Code: SNV125-S2/64GB The Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB is a virtually silent solid-state drive with a rapid turn of pace. As fast as your processor can be, it can only wait while requested data is read or written to a magnetic hard disk. Th...
Bottom line SSD gets more affordable for normal users with the Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB drive. Enthusiasts cannot ignore the allure of this solid state drive, with its potential for speeding up the system and silent operation. Madana Prathap Lowest online p...
90%
ocaholic.ch.english
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:22:01
With the SSDNow V+ 64 GByte, Kingston presents the second generation of its value SSD series. The latest models are based on the Samsung S3C29RBB Controller which in idle draws only 0.15 Watts. Furthermore you shall get 220 MByte/s reading and 140 MByt...
Bottom line With the SSD Now V+ 64 GByte Kingston presents a midrange SSD which comes with quite a reasonable price tag. Therefore you get a product which is equipped with Samsungs S3C29RBB Controller which overall in our tables hits the average ranks. Quite a str...
0%
clunk.org.uk
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:32:05
Back in January, we reviewed Kingstons SSDNow E-Series drive, which proved to be the fastest drive that we had seen and still is the fastest SATA II drive that money can buy. One of the downsides of the E series drives was the astronomic cost per gig...
Good Performs well in real world tests, Performs well in some benchmarks, Runs cool, Uses a tiny amount of power, Looks great...
Bad Doesnt like random reads and writes of small files, Firmware not upgradeable by the end user, Needs to be slightly cheaper to be competative (At least in the UK)...
Bottom line Testing the V+ was an enjoyable process, but it does leave us with a bit of a dilemma - On one hand, we have near faultless real world performance in the tests, yet on the other hand, some of the benchmark scores are quite low, even for a Samsung base...
80%
vortez.net
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:02
Product on Review: Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GBManufacturer and Sponsor: KingstonMSRP: £215With prices slowly dropping on SSDs, never has there been a better time to invest in a rapid storage device for your windows boot drive. Being lower in capacity com...
Bottom line In the last 6 months SSD prices have dropped significantly giving over to an increase in sales. As with all new technology you will pay a premium, but as we have seen SSDs mature and the increase in demand this has meant consumers can invest without h...
0%
techadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:25
Product Code: SNVP325-S2/256GB Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraordinary. Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraord...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+'s results aren’t bad, but better drives are available for the same kind of money. The inclusion of a drive caddy and software are attractive, but when paying this much we’d rather take the faster drive - and one capable of juggl...
70%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:51
Kingston's latest 128GB 2.5in solid state disk (SSD) for laptops comes with a comprehensive kit of accessories. A USB 2.5in disk enclosure and disk imaging software are included for copying all your files from your existing hard disk to the SSD, before...
Bottom line Kingston's latest SSD is fast and comes with everything you need, but its comparatively low capacity and high price make it a poor choice for most laptop owners...
60%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-04 22:24:21
Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraordinary.Like Crucial, Kingston is renowned for supplying computer memory, particularly aftermarket RAM modules. The company currently has a range o...
Good Bundled software and drive caddy...
Bad Expensive, performance wasn't spectacular...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+'s results aren't bad, but better drives are available for the same kind of money. The inclusion of a drive caddy and software are attractive, but when paying this much we'd rather take the faster drive -- and one capable of juggling...
0%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-04 22:24:24
The SSDNow V+ solid-state drive (SSD) from Kingston Technology has a capacity of 64GB and is best suited to users looking to replace their computers main hard drive. It has a 2.5in form factor and is based on multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory technology. It is cheap compared to many other solid-state drives, and provides consistently quick transfer speeds. Kingstons SSDNow M series was little more than Intel X25-M with some additional protection and a few stickers. By contrast, the SSD...
Good Relatively inexpensive, rugged enclosure, frugal power consumption, fast transfer speeds...
Bad Low storage capacity...
Bottom line We like the Kingston SSDNow V+ solid-state drive — it’s efficient, quick and quite cheap. If you’re looking to replace your notebook or PC’s system drive, this is definitely a viable candidate...
90%
eteknix.com
Updated:
2013-09-19 03:14:20
The front of the packaging gives clear information on exactly what this product is including size of the drive.The back of the box clearly lists the size again and in many different languages exactly what comes included in the box. This is from cables, in...
0%
tweaktown.com
Updated:
2014-02-26 01:12:38
Those of you old enough to remember the Celeron 300A would easily recall this legendary icon that solidified words like overclocking and watercooling into the vocabulary of computer enthusiasts worldwide. The 300A was a low cost processor that when...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+ 64GB SSD is a fast drive for its capacity. Larger drives from the same series will produce better benchmark numbers, but their cost will also increase. The cost is really the only remaining question, but since the drives are n...
91%
tomshardware.co.uk
Updated:
2014-08-10 03:17:08
The SSD market continues evolving. We got our hands on six drives we hadn't yet tested, including Samsung’s 470-series, and ran them through our benchmark suite. All told, this roundup includes a total of 24 SSDs to compare. Which drive is right for yo...
0%
tbreak.ae
Updated:
2016-11-26 10:52:57
Feel like giving your PC a speedy experience? This Kingston will do just that...
Bottom line An insanely fast SSD that will make you love using your PC. A bit expensive though. Although Solid State Drives still belong to a more or less enthusiast sector, I can very easily see them becoming the standard in in the next couple of years. With inc...
80%
hardwarezone.com.ph
Updated:
2016-11-26 10:52:57
Updated on 18th December 2009 **The article has been updated with more thorough testing results using a retail drive that has shown improved performance. Now with a more substantial conclusion, the original preview article has been updated to a full re...
Bottom line Kingston Aims to Capture Mainstream SSD Market** Updated on 18th December 2009 **The article has been updated with more thorough testing results using a retail drive that has shown improved performance. Now with a more substantial conclusion, the original...
80%
hardwarebistro.com
Updated:
2016-11-26 10:52:57
Kingston Technology Company, Inc. is the world's independent memory leader. Founded in 1987 with a single product offering, Kingston® now offers more than 2,000 memory products that support nearly every device that uses memory, from computers, server...
Good Impressive read speed; 220MB/s, 128MB onboard cache, Noiseless, light weight, shockproof, Cheap & greater controller, 3year warranty...
Bad Missing of USB2.0 miniB connector, Lack of firmware upgrade...
90%
HEXUS.net
Updated:
2016-11-26 10:52:57
The solid-state disk (SSD) market will soon be reinvigorated when Microsoft's upcoming Windows 7 operating system hits the retail shelves.SSD manufacturers are acutely aware of the Windows 7 effect and will launch renewed campaigns highlighting the m...
Bottom line Kingston's SSDNow V+ 64GB, currently etailing at £140, is a decent example of a premium SSD in Q4 2009. Blazingly fast for sequential read and writes, small-file write performance isn't so hot...
70%
pcmweb.nl
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:41
Kingston heeft inmiddels een aardig gamma met ssd’s. Er zijn de Intel-gabaseerde ssd’s en de V- en V+-modellen die gebruik maken van Samsung en Toshiba-controllers. Wij testen de V+ met de nieuwe Toshiba Daikoku2-controller die, in tegenstelling tot zi...
Good Goede sequentiële leesen schrijfprestaties, Zeer scherp geprijsd, TRIM...
Bad Matige random leesen schrijfprestaties...
Bottom line De Kingston weet niet te overtuigen. De prijs per GB is goed, maar de prestaties zijn niet goed genoeg voor een stevige positie binnen het concurrentieveld...
70%
laruche.com
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:07:58
Le problème avec ce genre de marque comme Kingston ou OCZ, c'est que les produits ont parfois des durées de vie très courtes. Le présent SSD a été annoncé le 10 août 2009 et n'est déjà plus au catalogue du fabricant quelques mois plus tard. Etant donné...
Bottom line Cette "petite" version Kingston de 64 Go, clone du Samsung PB22-J, en a clairement sous le pied en offrant de hauts débits en lecture mais également un très bon niveau en écriture. En outre, les performances ne s'écroulent pas...
83%
bloguedegeek.net
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:21:01
Les disques SSD sont parmi nous depuis très longtemps, mais ils n’ont jamais été réellement abordables. Kingston s’est donc donné comme mission de rendre le tout abordable sans laisser tomber de bonnes performances. J’ai eu la chance de mettre la mains...
Bottom line C’est incontestable, les SSD sont de loin supérieurs au disque dur conventionnels et si on se fit plus précisément au Kingston SSDNow V+ de 64Go, les SSD sont 3 à 4 fois plus rapide! La série SSDNow V+ vous offre de...
90%
01net.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:20:14
Kingston commercialise une nouvelle série de disques SSD, les SSDNow V+. Succédant au SSDNow V, ces modèles seraient tous aussi rapides, mais surtout plus fiables. La raison ? Ce disque SSD est compatible avec la commande TRIM, seulement disponible...
100%
comptoir-hardware.com
Updated:
2013-05-16 08:19:39
• Kingston SSD Now V+ series (64Go)Si la série V cache en fait en son sein un clone de SSD Intel, la série V+, elle, s'appuie sur le PB22-J de Samsung. La version testée ici est un modèle 64 Go annoncé comme moins performant en particulier en écriture...
40%
ocaholic.ch.german
Updated:
2014-02-26 01:12:36
Mit der SSDNow V+ 64 GByte präsentiert Kingston die zweite Generation seiner "Value"-Serie. Diese basiert nun auf einem Samsung S3C29RBB Controller wobei sie sich mit lediglich 0.15 Watt an Leistung zufrieden gibt, wenn sie idle ist. Zusätzlich mit 220...
Bottom line Kingston präsentiert mit der SSD Now V+ 64 GByte eine Mittelklasse SSD, die über einen angemessenen Preis verfügt. Die mit dem Samsung S3C29RBB Controller ausgestattete Solid State Disk befindet sich gemittelt auf einem soliden, durchschnittlichen Rang...
0%
hardwarelabs.de
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:08:59
Synthetische Tests und Zahlen zeigen das eine Bild der Tests, aber den größten spürbaren Vorteil einer Solid State Disk erreicht man bei der täglichen Arbeit unter Windows und Office. So muss fast nie lange auf den Start eines Programms gewartet werden. Ein von einer schnellen...
Bottom line Synthetische Tests und Zahlen zeigen das eine Bild der Tests, aber den größten spürbaren Vorteil einer Solid State Disk erreicht man bei der täglichen Arbeit unter Windows und Office. So muss fast nie lange auf den Start eines Programm...
0%
magnus.de
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:10:59
Festplatten auf Flash-Speicher-Basis sind jetzt schon eine ganze Weile auch für den Endkunden verfügbar. Hatten SSDs vor einem Jahr noch den Nimbus eines Statussymbols und Technikwunders, erwarten sich Benutzer mittlerweile handfeste Vorteile von den n...
Bottom line Die neue Generation der SSDs bügelt einige Schwächen der Vorgänger aus und lässt vermuten, dass sich die Zeit der Festplatten dem Ende zuneigt. Bis dahin wird es aber noch dauern. Zunächst muss der Preis fallen und auch die divers...
0%
channelpartner.de
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:29:04
Kingstons SSD "Now V"-Series schnitt im Test nicht gut ab. Mit der Nachfolgerserie "V+" will der Hersteller alles besser machen. Der Test des 64 GB Laufwerks prüft, ob Kingston seine Ziele erreicht. Von Michael Schmelzle, PC-WeltTestberichtWeitere Nach...
67%
Pcwelt.de
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:30:04
Die SSD Now V-Series fiel im Test durch. Mit der Nachfolgerserie V+ will Kingston jetzt alles besser machen. Der Test der 64-GB-SSD prüft, ob Kingston die hoch gesteckten Ziele erreicht. Mit der SSD Now V+ bringt Kingston eine komplett umgebaute Ver...
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reviewcenter.de
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:18:55
Kingston bringt mit der neuen „SSD Now V+“ Serie eine weitere SSD auf den Markt mit Sata-2 Anschluss. Was genau diese SSD nun kann und ob sich der Kauf eines solchen Speichermediums lohnt zeigen wir euch auf den folgenden Seiten.Die neue SSD ist stat...
Bottom line High-End User freuen sich auf jede neue Preisrunde der SSD´s weil diese einfach immer günstiger werden. Es dauert sicherlich noch eine Zeit bis wir alle komplett auf diese Technik umgestiegen sind aber wer pure Leistung haben will kommt derzeit um ei...
88%
cyberbloc.de
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:10
Über die grundsätzlichen Vorteile einer SSD (Solid State Disk) referierte ich schon bei meinen vorangegangenen Tests (Intel Postville und Corsair Force Series): Unglaublich schnell, geräuschlos und äußerst robust! Einzig der noch verhältnismäßig hohe P...
Bottom line Mir persönlich gefiel an der SSDNow V+ Series von Kingston vor allem die Beigabe eines USB-Festplattengehäuses. Dieses erleichtert nicht nur das Upgrade des Rechners, sondern lässt sich – ausgestattet mit der älteren Festplatte – auch noch prima als Ba...
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effizienzgurus.de
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2011-10-09 02:19:40
Nach unserem Test einer ganzen Reihe von 64GB-SSDs für den Einstieg in die Welt der flash-basierten Primär-Datenträger widmen wir uns heute mit der Kingston SSDNow V+ einem Modell mit doppelter Kapazität von 128GB. Wie sehr sich das "Plus" bemerkbar m...
Bottom line Nach unserem Blick auf sechs verschiedene 64GB-Modelle haben wir mit diesen beiden SSDs den Schritt in die größere Kapazitätsklasse getan: Wie man nach einem Blick in unsere Datenbank folgern kann, unterscheiden sich die 128GB-Modelle in der Leistung n...
0%
pcbrain.it
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:04
Oggigiorno le potenze in gioco dei vari componenti, anche quelli di fascia media, sono molto elevate, tanto da non rappresentare un grande problema per le Performance. La stessa cosa, però, non la si può dire per il reparto dello storage, che dalla pre...
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pcbrain.it
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:12
Kingston Technology è stata fondata da John Tu e David Sun nel 1987 con l' intento di risolvere il problema della carenza di chip di memoria presenti sul mercato. Fin da subito il brand è riuscito ad imporsi, tanto che oggi è la prima società al mondo...
90%
nexthardware.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:55
Oggi analizzeremo la nuova generazione delle Unità SSD Now V+ prodotte da Kingston Technology. La serie SSD Now V+ rappresenta il prodotto di punta per la fascia consumer del costruttore californiano, basato su tecnologia di memoria NAND FLASH MLC di s...
Bottom line Il disco Kingston SSD Now V+ racchiude in se il meglio dell'attuale tecnologia dei dischi allo stato solido, l'unità SSD si è rivelata molto veloce nell'elaborazione sequenziale, riuscendo in molti casi a eguagliare lo stesso livello...
100%
hard-h2o.com
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:09:59
Kingston Varios fabricantes de hardware de han unido junto a los pocos que ofrecían discos duros mecánicos para ofrecer una mayor gama en el segmento de los SSD; Kingston no quiere dejar pasar la oportunidad para ofrecer en este caso sus unidades SSDNo...
Bottom line Las limitaciones actuales de los SSD son bien conocidas, como la degradación por el borrado de ficheros (algo en lo que ya están trabajando los fabricantes) y diversos micro bloqueos que se producen en el sistema por la baja caché que se in...
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noticias3d.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:20:03
En el mundo del almacenamiento se vive con impaciencia la estandarización de las unidades de estado sólido. Estos advenedizos aún no se han impuesto de forma masiva, pero ya vamos viendo su extraordinario potencial en los numerosos artículos que podemo...
Good Soporta TRIM, Tasa de escritura mayor que otros modelos Kingston, Genera escaso calor, No emite vibraciones o ruidos...
Bad Por ahora, sigue siendo el precio...
Bottom line Somos conscientes que los discos SSD son maestros del rendimiento puro. Si lo miramos con cierta lógica, comparando datos, tampoco hay diferencias notables entre los diferentes modelos y marcas, por lo que podemos auspiciar un crecimiento del rendimien...
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sabiosdelpc.net
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:20:24
He de ser sincero y admitir que este es el primer SSD de altas prestaciones que llega a mis manos y lo he recibido sin excesiva inquietud, la verdad, y es algo raro por que es un producto que despierta sumo interés y con razón, sin embargo el exceso d...
Bottom line El pequeño V+ es un portento de prestaciones a la altura de su precio, también desorbitado y en la línea de todos sus competidores, sin duda este hardware es a mi parecer el futuro y para que se popularice solo falta que baje de precio y se...
90%
hwt.dk
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:05:55
I dag skal vi kigge på en raid setup med to Kingston SSDNow V+ 64 GB Solid State Disk(e) (SSD). Det er ikke længe siden sidst vi havde en SSD fra Kingstons SSDNow V+ serie forbi redaktionen. Man kunne ty sig til at sige, at støvet ikke har lagt sig...
Bottom line Vi har denne gang haft fornøjelsen af at teste hele to Kingston SSDNow V+ diske i et raid-setup. De to diske leverede rigtig flot ydelse i både læse- og skrivehastighed og lever bestemt op til de forventninger der blev sat i begyndelsen af...
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hwt.dk
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2011-09-28 01:06:56
Solid State Diske (SSD) er ikke noget sjældent syn længere. Disse diske har vundet godt indpas hos mange hardware entusiaster og andre highend brugere. Diskene er også ved at få godt fat på det mobile marked, hvor mange bærbare computere udnytter...
Bottom line Vi har i dag haft et kig på Kingstons nye model V+ i deres SSDNow serie, og det har bestemt været en positiv oplevelse. Disken formår at levere en god ydelse med op til 230 MB/sek i læsehastighed og knap 150 MB/sek i skrivehastighed. D...
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laptopworld.dk
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2011-09-28 01:33:05
Vi skyder denne sensommer uge af med en lækkr anmeldelse af Kingstons lækre SSDNow V+ og de kommende tid vil der kommer mange flere spændende artikler om netop SSD.Kingstons SSDNow V+ er bygget på MLC NAND flash hukommelse. En forklaring på hvad...
Bottom line Ud fra Sisandra soft ser det ud til at problemstillingen med en lav skrive hastighed i forhold til en almindelig harddisk er løst. Worst case ligger den på 134,75 MB/s i hvor den sammenlignes med andre harddiske i sisandra soft. Ser man...
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altomdata.dk
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2011-10-09 02:18:57
Som admiral Adama engang sagde til oberst Tigh i tv-serien Battlestar Galactica: Det er sammenhængen, der tæller. Kort efter gik handlingen i fisk. Men den koparrede kommandør havde en pointe. Set ude af sammenhæng er 1.800 kroner meget for en enkelt d...
Bottom line Et drev der faktisk er billigt for så stor en kapacitet. Det er hurtigt nok i den virkelige verden men er så til gengæld udstyret med en ukendt Toshiba-controller...
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komputer.dk
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2011-10-09 02:19:29
Drevet leveres med monteringsbeslag til en stationær computer, en lille boks til USB-tilslutning, og det udmærkede program Acronis True Image, der kan klone den gamle systemdisk til den nye. Alt er i god kvalitet. Hastigheden er det vigtigste ved SSD-...
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itrends.dk
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2011-10-09 02:20:08
Kingston er utvivlsomt mest kendt for deres RAM kredse, men har også bevæget sig ind på flashdrive og SSD området, og har haft deres 1. generation af sidstnævnte på markedet i noget tid.Kingston annoncerede dog for ganske nyligt 2. generation af deres...
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3dnews.ru
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2014-02-26 01:12:35
Большинство SSD, которые побывали в нашей тестовой лаборатории за последние полгода, построены на платформе SandForce, и только накопители Intel и с контроллером Marvell поддерживают разнообразие. Что поделать, ведь многие производители в продуктах высшег...
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techarp.com
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2011-09-28 01:04:55
As a memory manufacturer with a a long history of retail experience, Kingston appears to have a different strategy for their solid state drive products. By bundling it with a USB enclosure, Kingston has taken the solid state drive out of the realm of...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
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2011-09-28 01:14:59
Updated on 18th December 2009 **The article has been updated with more thorough testing results using a retail drive that has shown improved performance. Now with a more substantial conclusion, the original preview article has been updated to a full...
Bottom line A common question that has been raised time and time again is how much performance users stand to lose after frequent usage of their SSD - especially considering older drives that don't yet have any self trimming or self healing features. While the Sam...
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pcworld.in
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2011-09-28 01:17:00
As fast as your Processor can be, it can only wait while requested data is read or written to a magnetic hard disk. The SSDNow V+ Solid State Drive (SSD) from Kingston uses MLC NAND flash technology and tries to solve this problem. Like laptop HDDs, it...
Good Speed, Price...
Bad Capacity...
Bottom line SSD gets more affordable for normal users with the Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB drive. In relation to other drives of its class in India, this drive scores a slam dunk with its pricing. Enthusiasts cannot ignore the allure of this solid state drive...
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insidehw.com
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2011-09-28 01:18:00
Price of NAND memory chips are dropping every day, and as consequence, we are witnessing occurrence of more and more SSDs with decent capacity and affordable price. Kingston has jumped on SSD bandwagon early on and now we got one of their SSDNow V+ dev...
Bottom line We all know that upgrade from regular HDD to SSD, in most cases, will result in increased performance levels, but till now that increase came with hefty price tag. Now, with Kingston SSDNow V+ series, where model that we tested has price tag arou...
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overclock3d.net
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2011-09-28 01:19:00
Solid State Drives are one of the most desirable upgrades for modern PC users. No matter what your hardware preferences are, or even what the main use of your system is for, pretty much everyone wants a Solid State Drive to power their system with. U...
Bottom line Yes you should. Kingston have done something pretty amazing. They've produced a SSD with identical components to three other SSDs, and brought it in around £20 cheaper. No corners have been cut though as it gets very close to the 220MB/s mark in read tes...
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hardwarebistro.com
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2011-09-28 01:24:01
Kingston Technology Company, Inc. is the world's independent memory leader. Founded in 1987 with a single product offering, Kingston® now offers more than 2,000 memory products that support nearly every device that uses memory, from computers, server...
Good Impressive read speed; 220MB/s, 128MB onboard cache, Noiseless, light weight, shockproof, Cheap & greater controller, 3year warranty...
Bad Missing of USB2.0 miniB connector, Lack of firmware upgrade...
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Bit-Tech.net
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2011-09-28 01:26:03
Even with superb examples like the , there’s no denying that hard disk drives now hang a long way behind the solid state drive when it comes to performance. We know we’ve said it before, but the SSD truly has the potential to have the most palpable...
Bottom line The Kingston V+ is keenly priced, has a lengthy warranty and performs well in all our performance tests. The key issue is the lack of updates from Samsung for the drive controller, which has at least one major bug. Samsung has left its drive controller...
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pureoverclock.com
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2011-09-28 01:27:03
Solid State Drives (SSDs) are starting to see price drops into the "reasonable" realm, though they havent quite hit mainstream levels for widespread adoption just yet. SSDs still remain rather expensive overall, but the performance increases are a ver...
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futurelooks.com
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2011-09-28 01:28:04
Kingston Technology is back with a new and improved version of their value series of SSDNow solid state drives called the V+ Series. While the original entry level SSDNow Value Series was a competent drive based on it’s price point, it did suffer aga...
Bottom line So with all the benchmarks out of the way, the question is, where does this SSD Place on the Food Chain? The Kingston 64GB SSDNow V+ is obviously much faster than the original Value series in every respect. The V+ cost roughly $30 more than its Value...
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vr-zone.com
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2011-09-28 01:31:04
Bottom line The Playstation3 version 3.00 firmware was made available by auto update and downloads around the globe recently, promising XMB (Xross Media Bar) interface changes, nice additions to the menu and also allowing simultaneous multi audio output. Lets chec...
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benchmarkreviews.com
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2011-09-28 01:34:05
Benchmark Reviews begins each conclusion with a short summary for each of the areas we rate. The first is product presentation, which takes packaging into consideration only to the extent that it provides adequate packing material and delivers importa...
Good Impressive 241 MBps read bandwidth with EVEREST, 128MB Cache buffer overcomes stuttering data problem, Very low 0.14 ms random access time, Lightweight compact storage solution, Resistant to extreme shock impact, Up to 256 GB of SSD capacity, 3-Year...
Bad Unimpressive 150 MBps write bandwidth with EVEREST, Metal case is heavier and less durable than plastic, Poor IOPS performance, Specifications and product documentation are unavailable, Lacks integrated USB 2.0 MiniB data connection, Expensive enthusia...
Bottom line Benchmark Reviews begins each conclusion with a short summary for each of the areas we rate. The first is product presentation, which takes packaging into consideration only to the extent that it provides adequate packing material and delivers importan...
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techtree.com
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:35:06
After the CPU, RAM and the GPU, the component most likely to affect system performance is the hard drive. It is on the hard drive where the operating system is installed and boots. And it is here where all the applications and games are installed. Natu...
Good Fast speeds, silent, cool, power saving...
Bad Very expensive...
Bottom line After the CPU, RAM and the GPU, the component most likely to affect system performance is the hard drive. It is on the hard drive where the operating system is installed and boots. And it is here where all the applications and games are installed. Natu...
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tweaktown.com
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2011-09-28 01:36:06
Those of you old enough to remember the Celeron 300A would easily recall this legendary icon that solidified words like overclocking and watercooling into the vocabulary of computer enthusiasts worldwide. The 300A was a low cost processor that when...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+ 64GB SSD is a fast drive for its capacity. Larger drives from the same series will produce better benchmark numbers, but their cost will also increase. The cost is really the only remaining question, but since the drives are n...
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overclock3d.net
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2011-10-09 02:19:09
So you've won the lottery and aren't too sure what to spend your money on. We're here to help.Solid State Drives are something all of us should have by now, or at least be at the top of our wish-list, in some form of another. Even the bottom end models...
Bottom line At the start we wondered if the increased capacity of the 256GB version of the Kingston SSD Now V+ would lead to an increase or a decrease in performance over the 64GB capacity V+ we tested in December 09.Clearly throughout our testing it shows a marked i...
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technogog.com
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2011-10-09 02:19:17
As Solid State Drive (SSD) technology continues to mature their adoption rates increases making them more prevalent. PC manufacturers now offer SSDs as installation options in both Desktops and Laptops configurations; an expensive option but still an...
Good Windows 7 TRIM support, Four size capacities, Works with either Desktop or Laptop configurations...
Bad Expensive...
Bottom line One of the knocks about Kingston SSDs has been the lack of Windows 7 TRIM support; thankfully Kingston has put this issue to rest as the SSD saving technology is now built into their V+ Series Drives. The advertised speeds of 230MB/s read and 180MB/s...
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itp.net
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:18
Kingston's website says its SSDNow V+ Series drives "dramatically increase the performance of existing systems" and after testing this SSD, we have to agree.Like the other drives here the V+ Series uses NAND flash memory and offers a capacity of 128GB...
Bottom line Kingston’s brilliant 128GB SSDNow V+ offers a simple, straightforward upgrade path to lightning quick performance...
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macworld.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:20
Kingston’s SSDNow V+ is an internal solid state drive (SSD) that uses the same 2.5-inch form factor as a standard notebook hard drive. It comes in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities. We tested the $319, 128GB model and found that even though it performed...
Good Fast read speeds compared to standard hard drive...
Bad Expensive, Low capacity compared to standard hard drives...
Bottom line The SSDNow V+ is a middle-of-the-road SSD that, when compared to standard spinning hard drives, offers limited capacity, a high price per gigabyte and fast performance. Compared to other SSDs, the SSDNow V+ offers decent performance, comparable price...
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Behardware.com
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2011-10-09 02:19:23
With the size of pages and blocks of NAND increasing on these new chips, the controllers that use them will be aiming to make up for the losses in speed for smaller accesses that are inherent in these changes. Moreover, while this flash memory doesn't seem affected and still has an endurance of 5000 write cycl...
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toptenreviews.com
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2011-10-09 02:19:26
The Kingston SSDNow V+ drive uses multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory instead of mechanical parts to find data. It can be used as a boot drive for your desktop computer or even as a replacement for the hard drive in your laptop. Solid-state comput...
Good The Toshiba controller is impressive...
Bad Low sequential and random write speeds.
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+ Series is not as powerful as other SSD options...
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tbreak.ae
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2011-10-09 02:19:28
Feel like giving your PC a speedy experience? This Kingston will do just that Posted on May 13, 2010 by Abbas Jaffar Ali 12133Leave a Commenthttp://tech.tbreak.com/2010/05/kingston-ssdnow-v-128gb-ssd-review/Kingston+SSDNow+V%2B+128GB+SSD+Review2010-...
Bottom line An insanely fast SSD that will make you love using your PC. A bit expensive though. Although Solid State Drives still belong to a more or less enthusiast sector, I can very easily see them becoming the standard in in the next couple of years. With inc...
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maximumpc.com
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2011-10-09 02:19:34
No, we haven't already reviewed this one It seemed like déjà vu to us, too—didn’t we review a Kingston SSDNow V+ as recently as December? Turns out we’re not crazy (at least in this respect); that was the first-generation SSDNow V+, built on the same S...
Good TRIM support; fast reads and writes; included upgrade and connectivity kit; competitive pricing.
Bad Not worldchanging; randomaccess times lag behind Indilinx and Intel controllers.
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Techreport.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:43
The Kingston drive is the least expensive of the bunch at just $319 online, making it particularly appealing for budget-conscious folks. What's more, the SSDNow is actually pretty quick, at least...
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Computerpoweruser.com
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2011-10-09 02:19:44
We should point out the Kingston SSDNow V+ Series is offered in two configurations—either as a bare drive or in a “desktop upgrade kit” that includes an external USB drive enclosure and software to help transfer data from an existing installation to the SSD.
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xbitlabs.com
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2011-10-09 02:19:46
Benchmarking solid state drives is a highly exciting venture as it is always unpredictable and prone to produce heaps of new information. With hard disk drives, dramatic innovations occur but rarely and you often can foretell how the particular model i...
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bigbruin.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:48
Kingston is a name that people may think of when discussing memory. They have many years of experience in developing high quality system memory and flash memory devices, and they have now become a serious player in the solid state drive (SSD) market, as w...
Good TRIM support, Fast boot times, Very fast write speeds, Up to 512GB capacity, Includes lots of accessories, Includes a simple 2.5" USB enclosure...
Bad Still expensive, Read speed a little slower than some SSDs...
Bottom line There is no doubt that solid state drives have come a long way, and can continue to push the limits. Kingston is right up there with the other leading manufacturers by implementing the latest technology as it becomes available. While the Intel drive u...
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Bit-Tech.net
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:57
120GB 230MB/sec 180MB/secAs we recently saw with our look at , there’s a lot more to picking the right SSD than there is to choosing a hard disk. Performance degradation, wear levelling, sequential read/write speed, random read/write speed, firmwar...
Bottom line There's a lot to like about Kingston's relaunch of the SSDNow V+ series, not least superb sequential write and read speeds – the typical headline for SSDs and the benefits they offer.The inclusion of TRIM right out of the box is great too – we've had to w...
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techgage.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:58
TRIM support has always been the holy grail for solid-state drives. The problem today, though, is that most SSDs now offer it. So, that one-of-a-kind holy grail is not looking quite so holy any longer. At Techgage, we only recommend an SSD if it inclu...
Bottom line The new Kingston SSDNow V+ series featuring Toshiba's controller and flash memory has proven itself to be a worthy alternative as a slightly less expensive solid-state drive that doesn't compromise on performance. With TRIM able to keep the SSD from e...
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techwarelabs.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:20:09
Since their release, Solid State Disks (SSD’s) have been geared towards enthusiasts. With the ability to offer the user phenomenal read speeds and shockingly fast writes, loading games, pictures, and applications is a breeze. The Kingston SSDNow V Ser...
Bottom line The blazing fast read and write speeds of the Kingston SSDNow V+ make it a force to be reckoned with. When looking at the price tag of $512 (MSRP), you must keep in mind that this drive is geared solely to the enthusiast. The average person really has...
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thinkcomputers.org
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2011-10-09 02:20:27
A little while ago we took a look at Kingston’s SSDNow V-Series 128GB solid state drive that was targeted at entry-level and mainstream users. Kingston had put out a V+ series drive which had better speeds and was targets at high-level users and co...
Good Far better write improvement over the original V+ Series drives, Windows 7 TRIM support, Available in up to 512GB capacities...
Bad None that I found...
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legitreviews.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:20:35
If you want a massive Solid-State Drive (SSD) you really don't have too many choices on the market today. In fact if you head over to Newegg.com and do a quick advanced search for SSDs the largest capacity is 256GB and only have eleven drives to pic...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+ Series of SSDs was found to be twice as fast as the original V Series and is a solid performing mainstream drive that comes in capacities of up to 256GB!...
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Bjorn3d.com
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:20:37
SSD technology has evolved at an extremely fast pace and at this point you can get everything from an Entry level drive that runs in the 100MB/s (read) range to the 250MB/s Enthusiast drives. With all the different flavors of drives you almost need a...
Good System Is Snappier, Fantastic RAID Like Speed, Quiet, Never Gets Hot, Standard SATA Interface, Easy To Hide In The Chassis, Did We Mention Fast Really Fast...
Bad Price Still Higher Than Traditional Platter Drives...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GB SSD just plain delivers what it promises. Speeds were consistently within striking distance of theoretical limits given the drives advertised specifications. With the Samsung controller and 3 year warranty behind it the SS...
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makeuseof.com
Updated:
2014-02-05 01:38:30
Have you switched to using solid state drives yet? Over the last few months, the prices of SSDs have generally taken a fall. Nowadays, you'll easily find an affordable one on Amazon to replace the hard drive in your laptop and give it a new breath of life...
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tomshardware.com
Updated:
2015-05-08 03:26:25
The SSD market continues evolving. We got our hands on six drives we hadn't yet tested, including Samsung’s 470-series, and ran them through our...
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nordichardware.se
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:18:56
Specifikationerna liknar de för Corsairs P128, och tillhör därför en av de enhetar som har sämst specifikationer i testet. Enheten kommer i vanlig 2,5-tums format men känns betydligt robustare...
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pctidningen.se
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:19:31
De monteringsbeslag som ­be­hövs ingår tillsammans med en extern hårddisklåda så att SSD:n kan anslutas via usb. I paketet finns programmet Acronis True Image, som kan klona en befintlig hårddisk och överföra innehållet till Kingstons SSD. Allt håller...
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extreme.idg.se
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2011-10-09 02:20:19
Med sin nya serie har Kingston en SSD-disk med stöd för TRIM-kommandon och tack vare den medföljande programvaran är det enkelt att föra över uppgifter från en gammal hårddisk. Även om vi troligtvis inte kommer få se samma snabba utveckling och prisf...
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svethardware.cz
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2015-02-12 02:24:32
Situace na trhu se zařízeními Solid State Drive () je velmi odlišná od té, která zde panovala před pouhým rokem. Některé již mají v nabídce mnoho diverzifikovaných řad a přibývají i další výrobci, o jejichž aktivitách se můžete sami přesvědčit v naší...
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tek.no
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:16:00
Som så mange andre produsenter av minnemoduler, er også Kingston med på SSD-bølgen. Det som kan skille Kingston ut fra mange andre, er at de har satt et større fokus på generelle forbrukere. Målet med SSDnow-seriene er å la selv de med mindre kjennskap...
Good God skrive/leseytelse, Reelle spesifikasjoner, Gunstig pris...
Bad Litt høy skriveforsinkelse, Enkelte målinger henger ikke helt med, Mangler TRIMstøtte(men det kommer)...
Bottom line Testene vi har kjørt viser at Kingston V+ er en god og pålitelig SSD når den kommer fersk ut av boksen. Tallene vi måler viser at Kingston virkelig har noe å by på, spesielt ovenfor de Indilinx-baserte SSD-ene. Det er nok der...
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cw.no
Updated:
2011-09-28 01:20:01
Vi opplevde i utgangspunktet god ytelse for SSDNow V+, men ytelsen ble svært redusert etter at den hadde vært i brukt og blitt fylt opp. Kontrolleren fra Samsung støtter ikke trim i tradisjonell form, men har en automatisk integrert løsning som skal klargjøre...
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pclabs.com.tr
Updated:
2011-11-04 22:24:23
Kingston SSD işine iki ayrı kanattan girerek bir anda oldukça geniş bir ürün yelpazesi elde etti. Daha önce firmanın Intel'le ortaklığının meyvelerinden Kingston SSDNow E Series SSD'yi incelemiştik. Üst düzey performans sunan bu diskten sonra bir de da...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Updated:
2016-11-26 10:52:57
Updated on 18th December 2009 **The article has been updated with more thorough testing results using a retail drive that has shown improved performance. Now with a more substantial conclusion, the original preview article has been updated to a full...
Bottom line A common question that has been raised time and time again is how much performance users stand to lose after frequent usage of their SSD - especially considering older drives that don't yet have any self trimming or self healing features. While the Sam...
80%
vr-zone.com
Updated:
2016-11-26 10:52:57
Bottom line The Playstation3 version 3.00 firmware was made available by auto update and downloads around the globe recently, promising XMB (Xross Media Bar) interface changes, nice additions to the menu and also allowing simultaneous multi audio output. Lets chec...
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pcworld.in
Updated:
2016-11-26 10:52:57
As fast as your Processor can be, it can only wait while requested data is read or written to a magnetic hard disk. The SSDNow V+ Solid State Drive (SSD) from Kingston uses MLC NAND flash technology and tries to solve this problem. Like laptop HDDs, it...
Good Speed, Price...
Bad Capacity...
Bottom line SSD gets more affordable for normal users with the Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB drive. In relation to other drives of its class in India, this drive scores a slam dunk with its pricing. Enthusiasts cannot ignore the allure of this solid state drive...
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techtree.com
Updated:
2016-11-26 10:52:57
After the CPU, RAM and the GPU, the component most likely to affect system performance is the hard drive. It is on the hard drive where the operating system is installed and boots. And it is here where all the applications and games are installed. Natu...
Good Fast speeds, silent, cool, power saving...
Bad Very expensive...
Bottom line After the CPU, RAM and the GPU, the component most likely to affect system performance is the hard drive. It is on the hard drive where the operating system is installed and boots. And it is here where all the applications and games are installed. Natu...
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buycoms.com
Updated:
2016-11-26 10:52:57
Kingston SSDNow V+ นิยามใหม่ของฮาร์ดไดร์ฟคุณภาพสูง หลังจากที่มีข่าวคราวเกี่ยวกับการเปิดตัว “โซลิดสเตทไดรฟ์” ในสายผลิตภัณฑ์ตระกูล SSDNow ได้ไม่นาน ล่าสุดทางคิงส์ตัน เทคโนโลยี ก็ไม่รอช้ารีบเสริมทัพด้วยการจัดส่ง SSDNow V+ เข้ามาทำตลาด เพื่อต่อยอ...
Bottom line เป็นฮาร์ดดิสก์รุ่นใหม่ที่มีประสิทธิภาพสูงมาก เชื่อว่าอีกไม่นานเมื่อถึงเวลาที่ SSD มีราคาถูกลง ผู้ใช้งานทั่วๆ น่าจะมีโอกาสได้สัมผัสความแรงกันบ้าง...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:22:02
Product Code: SNVP325-S2/256GB Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraordinary. Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraord...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+'s results aren’t bad, but better drives are available for the same kind of money. The inclusion of a drive caddy and software are attractive, but when paying this much we’d rather take the faster drive - and one capable of juggl...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09 02:22:03
Product Code: SNV125-S2/64GB The Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB is a virtually silent solid-state drive with a rapid turn of pace. As fast as your processor can be, it can only wait while requested data is read or written to a magnetic hard disk. Th...
Bottom line SSD gets more affordable for normal users with the Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB drive. Enthusiasts cannot ignore the allure of this solid state drive, with its potential for speeding up the system and silent operation. Madana Prathap Lowest online p...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-04 22:24:53
The SSDNow V+ solid-state drive (SSD) from Kingston Technology has a capacity of 64GB and is best suited to users looking to replace their computers main hard drive. It has a 2.5in form factor and is based on multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory technology. It is cheap compared to many other solid-state drives, and provides consistently quick transfer speeds. Kingstons SSDNow M series was little more than Intel X25-M with some additional protection and a few stickers. By contrast, the SSD...
Good Relatively inexpensive, rugged enclosure, frugal power consumption, fast transfer speeds...
Bad Low storage capacity...
Bottom line We like the Kingston SSDNow V+ solid-state drive — it’s efficient, quick and quite cheap. If you’re looking to replace your notebook or PC’s system drive, this is definitely a viable candidate...
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pcmweb.nl
Updated:
2011-09-28 04:39:59
Kingston heeft inmiddels een aardig gamma met ssd’s. Er zijn de Intel-gabaseerde ssd’s en de V- en V+-modellen die gebruik maken van Samsung en Toshiba-controllers. Wij testen de V+ met de nieuwe Toshiba Daikoku2-controller die, in tegenstelling tot zi...
Good Goede sequentiële leesen schrijfprestaties, Zeer scherp geprijsd, TRIM...
Bad Matige random leesen schrijfprestaties...
Bottom line De Kingston weet niet te overtuigen. De prijs per GB is goed, maar de prestaties zijn niet goed genoeg voor een stevige positie binnen het concurrentieveld...
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effizienzgurus.de
Updated:
2011-09-28 04:38:59
Nach unserem Test einer ganzen Reihe von 64GB-SSDs für den Einstieg in die Welt der flash-basierten Primär-Datenträger widmen wir uns heute mit der Kingston SSDNow V+ einem Modell mit doppelter Kapazität von 128GB. Wie sehr sich das "Plus" bemerkbar m...
Bottom line Nach unserem Blick auf sechs verschiedene 64GB-Modelle haben wir mit diesen beiden SSDs den Schritt in die größere Kapazitätsklasse getan: Wie man nach einem Blick in unsere Datenbank folgern kann, unterscheiden sich die 128GB-Modelle in der Leistung n...
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pcbrain.it
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2011-09-28 04:22:48
Oggigiorno le potenze in gioco dei vari componenti, anche quelli di fascia media, sono molto elevate, tanto da non rappresentare un grande problema per le Performance. La stessa cosa, però, non la si può dire per il reparto dello storage, che dalla pre...
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pcbrain.it
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2011-09-28 04:26:48
Kingston Technology è stata fondata da John Tu e David Sun nel 1987 con l' intento di risolvere il problema della carenza di chip di memoria presenti sul mercato. Fin da subito il brand è riuscito ad imporsi, tanto che oggi è la prima società al mondo...
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technogog.com
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2011-09-28 04:27:48
As Solid State Drive (SSD) technology continues to mature their adoption rates increases making them more prevalent. PC manufacturers now offer SSDs as installation options in both Desktops and Laptops configurations; an expensive option but still an...
Good Windows 7 TRIM support, Four size capacities, Works with either Desktop or Laptop configurations...
Bad Expensive...
Bottom line One of the knocks about Kingston SSDs has been the lack of Windows 7 TRIM support; thankfully Kingston has put this issue to rest as the SSD saving technology is now built into their V+ Series Drives. The advertised speeds of 230MB/s read and 180MB/s...
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Bit-Tech.net
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2011-09-28 04:47:03
120GB 230MB/sec 180MB/secAs we recently saw with our look at , there’s a lot more to picking the right SSD than there is to choosing a hard disk. Performance degradation, wear levelling, sequential read/write speed, random read/write speed, firmwar...
Bottom line There’s a lot to like about Kingston’s relaunch of the SSDNow V+ series, not least – the typical headline for SSDs and the benefits they offer. The inclusion of TRIM right out of the box is great too – we’ve had to wait close to a year for competing d...
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techgage.com
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2011-09-28 04:48:03
TRIM support has always been the holy grail for solid-state drives. The problem today, though, is that most SSDs now offer it. So, that one-of-a-kind holy grail is not looking quite so holy any longer. At Techgage, we only recommend an SSD if it inclu...
Bottom line The new Kingston SSDNow V+ series featuring Toshiba's controller and flash memory has proven itself to be a worthy alternative as a slightly less expensive solid-state drive that doesn't compromise on performance. With TRIM able to keep the SSD from e...
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thinkcomputers.org
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2011-09-28 04:55:30
A little while ago we took a look at Kingston’s SSDNow V-Series 128GB solid state drive that was targeted at entry-level and mainstream users. Kingston had put out a V+ series drive which had better speeds and was targets at high-level users and co...
Good Far better write improvement over the original VSeries drives, Windows 7 TRIM support, Available in up to 512GB capacities...
Bad None that I found...
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overclock3d.net
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2011-10-09 02:22:01
So you've won the lottery and aren't too sure what to spend your money on. We're here to help.Solid State Drives are something all of us should have by now, or at least be at the top of our wish-list, in some form of another. Even the bottom end models...
Bottom line At the start we wondered if the increased capacity of the 256GB version of the Kingston SSD Now V+ would lead to an increase or a decrease in performance over the 64GB capacity V+ we tested in December 09.Clearly throughout our testing it shows a marked i...
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overclock3d.net
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2011-10-09 02:22:03
Solid State Drives are one of the most desirable upgrades for modern PC users. No matter what your hardware preferences are, or even what the main use of your system is for, pretty much everyone wants a Solid State Drive to power their system with. U...
Bottom line Yes you should. Kingston have done something pretty amazing. They've produced a SSD with identical components to three other SSDs, and brought it in around £20 cheaper. No corners have been cut though as it gets very close to the 220MB/s mark in read tes...
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Bit-Tech.net
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2011-10-09 02:22:04
Even with superb examples like the , there’s no denying that hard disk drives now hang a long way behind the solid state drive when it comes to performance. We know we’ve said it before, but the SSD truly has the potential to have the most palpable...
Bottom line The Kingston V+ is keenly priced, has a lengthy warranty and performs well in all our performance tests. The key issue is the lack of updates from Samsung for the drive controller, which has at least one major bug. Samsung has left its drive controller...
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futurelooks.com
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2011-10-09 02:22:04
Kingston Technology is back with a new and improved version of their value series of SSDNow solid state drives called the V+ Series. While the original entry level SSDNow Value Series was a competent drive based on it’s price point, it did suffer aga...
Bottom line So with all the benchmarks out of the way, the question is, where does this SSD Place on the Food Chain? The Kingston 64GB SSDNow V+ is obviously much faster than the original Value series in every respect. The V+ cost roughly $30 more than its Value...
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svethardware.cz
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2015-02-12 02:24:18
Situace na trhu se zařízeními Solid State Drive () je velmi odlišná od té, která zde panovala před pouhým rokem. Některé již mají v nabídce mnoho diverzifikovaných řad a přibývají i další výrobci, o jejichž aktivitách se můžete sami přesvědčit v naší...
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kitguru.net
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
While we have often focused on small capacity Solid State Drives today we thought it would be interesting to have a look at the 512GB SSDNowV+ Kingston drive aimed at the enthusiast audience with specific demands for the highest levels of storage ca...
Bottom line Whether you actually need this or not is a question only you can answer, but there is no doubt that if maximum storage capacity is top on your checklist then this should definitely be on your immediate shortlist...
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theregister.co.uk
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Reg Hardware has covered plenty of solid-state disks before, but never anything to match the capacity of Kingston’s latest high density SSD. Back in January, Kingston announced the SSDNow V+ series, the higher spec members of its family of “value” driv...
Bottom line I’d love to say that everyone should go out and buy the 512GB model, but I know that most will cringe at the £1270 price tag. Yet the difference one of these drives makes is phenomenal. By all means, if you have the cash and need the capacity, then th...
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kitguru.net
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
SSD’s are finally getting a firm grip within the market, helped in part by dropping prices and increasing capacities. If you have been holding off on upgrading then perhaps today we can change your mind. We would go so far as to say that from our ex...
Bottom line A solid performer and excellent bundle ensure this should be on your shortlist...
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hardwarecanucks.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
V+ series, [...]...
Bottom line From the moment we opened up the SSDNow V+ 128GB’s packaging and found a load of goodies waiting for us, we had a special place in our hearts for this drive. Kingston really knows how to treat their customers right and makes them feel like they got the...
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techradar.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Flogging SSDs can be a tricky business and Kingston knows this better than most. The problem begins with the fact that the key components inside any given solid state drive are only produced by a handful of companies. That's because the development and...
Good Latest Toshiba controller, TRIM support out of the box, Excellent sequential performance...
Bad Slightly sub-par 4K random performance...
Bottom line An interesting addition to the crowded 120GB-ish SSD segment...
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tweaktown.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Over the last couple of months we discussed a lot about how next generation SSDs will get a speed boost compared to models that were considered speed kings just a month ago. At the same time we also touched on large capacity models that will hit st...
Bottom line I have to admit that I wasn’t all that excited at first to see another drive from the value sector after testing the SandForce 1500 and Crucial C300. When I opened the box and found a 512GB drive, my ears perked up quickly, but the massive size was...
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HEXUS.net
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2016-12-28 17:48:03
Just recently, rather quietly, Kingston overhauled its range of mid-price V+ Series solid-state drives (SSDs) and changed the specifications by moving from all-Samsung internals - controller and MLC NAND - to models with Toshiba's SSD technology.The i...
Bottom line Kingston's latest SSDNow V-series drive is the second-generation V+. Available in capacities of 64GB through to 512GB, recent hikes in the cost of memory chips means that all models arrive to market with a value proposition that's higher than £2 per g...
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hardware.info
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Van Kingston ontvingen we een tweetal nieuwe SSD's, de SSDNow V 40 GB en de SSDNow V+ 128 GB. Over de eerste kunnen we kort zijn: deze 40 GB SSD is hardwarematig identiek aan de hiervoor besproken Intel X25-V 40 GB. Maar er is een zeer belangrijk versch...
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comptoir-hardware.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Ce nouveau V+ series de Kingston badgé SNVP325 arrive en successeur du SNV225 , architecturé autour d'un PCB 100% Samsung. C'est cette fois un 100% Toshiba qui est à l'affaire, et lorsqu'un tel acteur du monde des semi conducteurs se positionne sur u...
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presence-pc.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Kingston est une société qui s'est lancée assez tard dans le monde des SSD, la firme ayant vu moins rapidement qu'OCZ (par exemple) l'intérêt de ce type de support de stockage. Et Kingston multiplie donc les références : après des séries SSNow M et E q...
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clubic.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Alors que l'américain Kingston s'était distingué en octobre dernier avec un SSD très bon marché et performant (voir Kingston SSDNow : le SSD à la portée de tous ?), le voilà de retour avec une nouvelle génération de ses SSD, les SSDNow V G2 et V+ G2. D...
Good Très bonnes performances, Enfin le TRIM chez Kingston, Rapport performances / prix...
Bad Le prix par rapport à un disque dur, Le boîtier de transport du kit, pas très utile...
Bottom line Du rififi avec IntelJusqu'à présent, les SSD de Kingston étaient des modèles Intel rebagdés. Même les derniers modèles en date, les SSDNow V et V+, étaient respectivement des X25-V et X25-M vendus par Kingston. En l'état ? Pas tout à fait. Car en dehors...
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magnus.de
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Die neue SSDNowV+ ist mit 128 GByte zwar doppelt so groß wie das Vorgängermodell, was die Leistung angeht, hat sich aber nicht viel getan.Beim Lesen ist sie etwas langsamer, beim Schreiben etwas schneller als ihre Vorgängerin. Kam die SNV225 beim Lesen...
Bottom line Die neue SSD Now+ erreicht eine sehr gute Geschwindigkeit. Beim Lesen könnte sie allerdings noch etwas schneller und vor allem konstanter zur Sache gehen...
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computerbase.de
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
In unserem letzten SSD-Test haben wir mir untersucht, wie groß die realen Leistungsunterschiede zwischen aktuellen SSDs sind und die Problematik des Leistungsverlustes genauer beleuchtet. Dieses Mal testen wir die Geschwindigkeit zweier sehr unterschie...
Bottom line Im Vergleich der G.Skill Falcon II mit der SSDNow V+ haben wir zwei Benchmarks und die Realtests aus unserem letzten Test verwendet, um die Leistung der beiden SSDs einschätzen zu können. Wie zu erwarten war, konnte die 128-GB-Version der SSDNow V+ mit...
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Pcwelt.de
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Die Kingston SSD Now V+ SNVP325 ist der direkte Nachfolger des amtierenden Testsiegers. Der Test verrät, ob Kingston die Flashspeicher-Festplatte noch weiter verbessern konnte. Mit der Kingston SSD Now V+ SNVP325-S2 bringt der Speicherspezialist die...
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pctuner.net
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Oggi vi presentiamo la nuova generazione delle Unità SSD proposte da Kingston, la nota azienda di memorie californiana, prima al mondo per volumi di produzione. La serie SSDNow V+ rappresenta il prodotto di punta per la fascia consumer del costrutto...
Bottom line Kingston è stata una delle prime aziende a offrire soluzioni di tipo SSD che fossero davvero performanti al grande pubblico, con prezzi molto competitivi rispetto alla capienza offerta. Già la prima generazione della serie V aveva infatti un prezzo int...
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pchs.it
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Torniamo ad occuparci di Solid State Disk e di Kingston Technology, azienda leader nel campo delle memorie e molto attiva nel settore dei SSD. Kingston ha creato la linea SSD Now, brand che racchiude al suo interno 4 linee di prodotti divisi in base...
Bottom line Il Kingston SSD Now V+ è un unità che dimostra ottime performance specialmente in lettura, e che in particolar modo rispetta i valori dichiarati dal produttore. In quanto a dotazione il prodotto risulta completo e dopo la nostra prova consigliamo viva...
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hdblog.it
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Torniamo ad occuparci di Solid State Disk e di Kingston Technology, azienda leader nel campo delle memorie e molto attiva nel settore dei SSD. Kingston ha creato la linea SSD Now, brand che racchiude al suo interno 4 linee di prodotti divisi in base al...
Bottom line Il Kingston SSD Now V+ è un unità che dimostra ottime performance specialmente in lettura, e che in particolar modo rispetta i valori dichiarati dal produttore. In quanto a dotazione il prodotto risulta completo e dopo la nostra prova consigliamo vivam...
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hardwareanalisis.es
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Las unidades de estado sólido (SSD-Solid State Drive) vienen a dar la alternativa del clásico disco duro mecánico. Y es que, desde las primeras noticias que se tuvieron en su día acerca de las unidades SSD, los usuarios más entusiastas han seguido de...
Bottom line La tecnología del SSD será el estándar del futuro. Los discos SSD suponen un cambio drástico de rendimiento dentro de un sector que no ha evolucionado al ritmo que otros componentes de ordenador. La tecnología NAND Flash abre las...
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ereviews.dk
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Kingston er en producent som man jævnligt støder på når snakken går på hukommelse, hvad enten det er flash hukommelse eller RAM. Kingston har dog også været med på SSD bølgen i lang tid, og har været blandt de første til at lancere et SSD der både hav...
Bottom line Jeg må erkende jeg var lidt skeptisk I starten, kunne et simpelt SSD drev virkelig give en det ”hastigheds-kick” man har gået og drømt om, og jeg må det samme svare JA! Der er en verden til forskel hvis vi sammenligner trad...
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MotherBoards.org
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
The world of storage media was forever changed with the introduction of the hard disk drive way back in 1956. Recently, HDDs have increased in storage space so that now there are 3 Terabyte hard disks on the market. A Terabyte is a trillion bytes of in...
Bottom line Kingston has hit a home run with their SNP325-S2/256GB drive. As the drive is available online for $639, this makes an attractive upgrade option for those wanting the absolute best in performance from their computer systems regardless of the cost. Perf...
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pureoverclock.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Another month, another SSD release from Kingston Technology. Every time we turn around it seems they're announcing something new to hit the market. Hey, we're not complaining; we love new tech, but we're suffering a bit from new release-itis and whipla...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+ SNVP325-S2 128GB Solid State Drive is certainly an improvement upon past V and V+ Series drives, posting some impressive speed results across the board. The Toshiba innards have allowed this drive to keep pace for the most part w...
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Bjorn3d.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
When Kingston announced it's line of SSDNow V+ drives in October of 2009 we waited with baited breath to get our hands on the series. Now Kingston has refreshed the lineup with the SSDNow V and V+ series. Resigned with a Toshiba controller and Toshiba...
Good Out of the box Trim Support, Raw Speed, 3 Year Warranty, Firmware Updates Possible, Kicks the performance of platter drives to the curb...
Bad Price...
Bottom line The redesigned SSDNow V+, with it's Toshiba controller and MLC Nand Flash, improves on an already good product. The three year warranty isn't going to hurt anyone's feelings and with no moving parts to wear out, the SSDNow V+ 128GB drive, will...
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hardwarelogic.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
We here at HardwareLogic and ASE Labs are no strangers to Kingston SSDs. »Both sites »have reviewed the SSDNow V Series 128GB drive and found it to be a good value. Kingston makes a higher end model called the V+ Series which offers a similar size sele...
Bottom line The SNVP325-S2B/128GB kit retails for about $380 (Newegg Link) at the time of review which is in line with most other higher performing SSD drives today. The V+ Series offer more performance over the the more mainstream V Series, but the price may be p...
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pcper.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Kingston's 'V Series' of SSD's has gone through a few iterations over the past year. It started out with 64 and 128 GB JMicron 602B drives. After some time, a 40GB model was added, this time with a stripped down version of the Intel G2 controller...
Good Great performance improvement for budget arena SSD's (as compared to previous JMicron), Consistent performance over time with negligible long-term fragmentation effects (even without TRIM), Very* low cost/GB...
Bad Performance falls short of other (admittedly more expensive) SSD's, This bundle has proven itself to have plenty of bang for the buck, Final Thoughts, After a few iterations and revisions to their SSDNow V Series brand, Kingston have finally settled on a...
Bottom line After a few iterations and revisions to their SSDNow V Series brand, Kingston have finally settled on a product that is true to the (V)alue portion of that name.  Combining JMicron's new JMF618 controller tech with Toshiba's fabrication and flash memory h...
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futurelooks.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
It’s only taken a couple years for the SSD (Solid State Drive) talk to die down. Or, has it? A lot of folks weren’t sure about the technology when it first launched. But as more Controllers and different flavors of NAND are thrown in to the mix, perf...
Bottom line So, how does the Kingston SSDNow 128GB V+ Series Revision 2 SSD do versus much stronger competition? It does great against its predecessor and if all else is the same, and you’re picking one up, make sure it is the Version 2. However, the Toshiba con...
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legitreviews.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Kingston announced the SSDNow V+ series of SSDs on August 10, 2009 and aimed the product at mainstream consumers who wanted to switch over from a hard drive to a solid-state drive. Legit Reviews did a review on the 256GB V+ series SSD last fall and...
Bottom line The second generation of Kingston SSDNow V+ SSDs are solid performing mainstream drives that come in capacities of up to 512GB and feature TRIM support!...
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storagereview.com
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
The SSDNow V+ Series SSD (SNVP325-S2) from Kingston is their second generation prosumer, performance oriented SSD offered as a standalone drive and with an upgrade kit in capacities up to 512GB. This model supports read speeds up to 230MB/s and write s...
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chip.pl
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2014-08-07 02:22:07
Kingston SNVP325-S2/128GB jest nośnikiem SSD formatu 2,5-cala należącym do serii SSDNow V+ o pojemności 128 GB. Nośnik wyposażono w kontroler Toshiby, jego pracę wspomaga bufor pamięci podręcznej o wielkości 128 MB. Nośnik obsługuje zarówno polecenia TRIM...
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chip.pl
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2014-10-31 04:58:49
Kingston SNVP325-S2B/512GB jest nośnikiem SSD formatu 2,5-cala należącym do serii SSDNow V+ o pojemności 512 GB. Nośnik wyposażono w kontroler Toshiby, jego pracę wspomaga bufor pamięci podręcznej o wielkości 128 MB. Nośnik obsługuje zarówno polecenia TRI...
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chip.pl
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2014-10-31 04:58:49
Kingston SNVP325-S2B/64GB jest nośnikiem SSD formatu 2,5-cala należącym do serii SSDNow V+ o pojemności 64 GB. Nośnik wyposażono w kontroler Toshiby, jego pracę wspomaga bufor pamięci podręcznej o wielkości 128 MB. Nośnik obsługuje zarówno polecenia TRIM...
Bottom line Kingston SNVP325-S2B/64GB jest nośnikiem SSD formatu 2,5-cala należącym do serii SSDNow V+ o pojemności 64 GB. Nośnik wyposażono w kontroler Toshiby, jego pracę wspomaga bufor pamięci podręcznej o wielkości 128 MB. Nośnik obsługuje zarówno polecenia TRIM...
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chip.pl
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2014-11-01 01:48:59
SSD Now V+ jest niedrogą lecz jednocześnie dość wydajną serią nośników Kingstona. Pamięci SSD z tej serii wyposażono w kontrolery firmy Toshiba. Nośniki obsługują komendy Trim oraz co ważne w przypadku OS nie znających Trim komendy Garbage Collection. Wyd...
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itpro.no
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Du får en velbalansert sammensetning av fleksibilitet, ytelse og pris i en pakke her av Kingston, hvor det eneste vi egentlig savner er bedre strømeffektivitet. SSD Now V+ fra Kingston er sett under ett et definitift et produkt vi kan anbefale på det a...
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tek.no
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Vi fortsetter å sette fokuset på de relativt rimelige SSD-ene. For to uker siden tok vi en nærmere kikk på en 40 GB-enhet fra Corsair, med en prislapp på mer eller mindre akkurat 1000-kroner. Enheter som dette er den billigste inngangen du har til SSD-...
Good Relativt billig i forhold til kapasiteten, God på manuelle overføringer, SSDNowsettet tilbyr enkel montering, TRIMstøtte er nå på plass...
Bad Kneler på 4 kb tilfelding skriving/lesing, SSDNowsettet tillater ikke alltid ACHI...
Bottom line I kampen blant de rimelige og små SSD-ene som vi nå har satt fokus på har vi en rekke delte meninger når det kommer til Kingston SSDNow V+ 64 GB G2. Vi har allerede tatt en nærmere kikk på Corsairs bidrag i dette segmentet, så foreløpig er det kun den...
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cw.no
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2014-04-17 01:47:38
Da vi i fjor høst hadde en større sammenligningstest av SSD-er konkluderte vi med at Kingstons SSD Now V+-serie var noe man burde holde seg unna. Kingston har nå kommet med SSD Now V+ Gen 2. Egentlig er vi overrasket over at Kingston velger å beholde V...
Good Ok ytelse. Trim-støtte. Diskkabinett-løsning.
Bad Noe svak ytelse på AMD-systemer i enkelte sammenhenger.
Bottom line Det er nok å trekke det for langt å si at SSD Now V+ Gen 2 er en «svak» SSD. For mange blir det nok ikke snakk om merkbare forskjeller, og et mer sentralt element kan være prisen. Ser man det opp i mot Intels X25-M G2 er prisen pe...
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cyberbiz.in.th
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2016-12-28 17:48:03
หลังจากครั้งก่อนทีมงานผู้จัดการไซเบอร์ได้ลงบทความรีวิวฮาร์ดไดร์ฟเอสเอสดีจากอินเทลไปแล้ว มาวันนี้ทางทีมงานก็ได้รับฮาร์ดไดร์ฟใหม่แกะกล่องอีกหนึ่งรุ่นจาก Kingston ในรุ่น SSDNow V+ ความจุ 64GB ที่มาพร้อม Rack ฮาร์ดไดร์ฟ USB2.0 ติดแนบท้ายมาด้วย โดยสเปกของ King...
Good ราคาต่อชุด ไม่สูงมาก ในชุดที่ทดสอบ มาพร้อม USB Rack 2.0 และขายึดติดกับเคสคอมพิวเตอร์มาให้อย่างครบครัน...
Bad เมื่อใช้คัดลอกและลบไฟล์เป็นเวลานาน ความเร็วจะตกลงบ้างเล็กน้อย...
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