Lose the old HDD and stop waiting for your laptop to catch up
2 weeks ago
Summary: Solid performance and installed in a flash- literally! My laptop already had a great processor, loads of RAM, etc. and ran fast by most standards- not fast enough to suit me though. Changing out the old HDD for this slick SSD has increased its speed noticeably and best of all boot up time is a few seconds now. This was well worth the money.
Pros: Like my last post the sata port snap after second time plugging in. Called Hyper X support like the ask. they answers quickly. was very friendly, i would even go as far as to say the Best customer serves iv'e dealt with. and after 10 min they set me all up for my replacement, and it was delivered to my door set in less then 24hrs!!!! i'm quite impressed, they do stand by there product.
Cons: My drive did break, but after hyper X made it so easy to get a replacement iv'e gone and gave them 5 eggs back. thxz hyper X customer support.
Summary: Great purchase. Installs in a heartbeat. I had a problem with the transfer software at first....the problem was the user(me). Once I took the 10 seconds to actually read the screen, my problem was solved and all files moved without a single hiccup. Fired up the laptop with the new SSD and as all the other reviews state, I was amazed at the speed. Only software problem I had on SSD was a product called CryptoExpert, a program that encrypts files.
Summary: Bought one of these 2 years ago for my husband and his is still kicking strong. When my hard drive died I needed to get a new drive and decided on this as my main/install drive and then picked up a WD 2TB for my storage. This drive was a little tricky to install in my computer, due to the bays I have. But once that problem was solved it fit in there nice and snug. The drive has added some speed to my PC and Win 7 loads much faster.
I bought this drive to get additional use of a ...
FastFreddie "Tattooz", Amazon
14 October 2014
Summary: I bought this drive to get additional use of a Dell D820. Initially it took 8 minutes for this laptop to boot into a usable state. I upgraded the memory from 1G to 4G, and swapped out the 60G internal drive for this Kingston 120G SSD. The Software that came with the drive, cloned the 60G to the SSD. Now it takes less than 2 minutes to boot into a usable State. Why did I do this you might ask?