Reviews and Problems with Kingston HyperX 3K Series (SH103S3)
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6 July 2015
Summary: After I installed this SSD to my laptop, it occasionally freezes for 40s - 2mins. When it freezes, the hard drive light keeps on, so I definitely know it is caused by a hard drive but I can tell which one because my laptop has 2 drives.
Summary: I've been using this drive for 2 years (only for the OS), and it's dead now. It froze out of nowhere, then I managed to format it and reinstall Windows on it (it wasn't even there in the drive list). 1 month later, it did it again.
Really Disappointed. I thought that Kingston will work better than ...
Muhammad Sohail Mansoor, Amazon
30 September 2014
Summary: Really Disappointed. I thought that Kingston will work better than other SSDs. I dont know what happened but the comp suddenly restarted and said no bootable hard drive found. I went to boot sector and the SSD was not even there.
Summary: WARNING THIS PRODUCT CAUGHT FIRE AND ALMOST TOOK MY COMPUTER WITH IT WORTHLESS TRASH. I CALLED AMAZON AND THEY TOLD ME TO CONTACT THE MAUFACTURE HAVING SAID THAT I HAVE CONTACTED KINGSTON AND THEY SEEM TO BE GIVING ME THE RUN AROUND WITH THE RMA PROCESS.
I thought Kingston brand meant Reliable products??
John C., Newegg
8 September 2014
Summary: Not sure if design has changed on SSD but most have a set number of hours they will last. Maybe that's what killed my SSD. Even though it was used very little. Win 7 was running Hibernation/sleep putting pc in a stand by state. Leaving HD's to not power down 24/7.
Pros: Dead After less than a year limited use. This was part of a dual boot PC I built for my sister. Running win8 on this SSD Win7 on other HD. They preferred win 7 so only used the win 8 every so often. I told her SSD would be much faster and more reliable than a reg HD to do her Nursing classes. Tha...
Died after a few months of light use. No longer recognized.
Matthew P. Boardman, Amazon
25 August 2014
Summary: I used this drive for storing documents, photos, ebooks, etc. In that respect it was write-one, read-many device, no heavy usage writing. Worked great for a few months, then died catastrophically, taking all my data with it.