Reviews and Problems with Kingston HyperX Series (SH100S3)
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Great Investment, Solid drive (no pun intended) ;)
22 May 2015
Summary: Caught this bad boy on sale on Microsoft's website a few months back for around $120.00 shipped (that is not a typo.) Best purchase I have ever made. Boot time to windows is less then 13 seconds (this is from power on to desktop and all services loaded.
Summary: Read the directions or do your home work. The SSD goes inside of your PC - the old drive becomes an external drive if you do not have any more SATA ports or have a laptop. Set your BIOS to AHCI *** before you clone your drive for best performance.
Pros: Hands down adding a SSD for your OS drive is the best speed improvement for any PC with 8GB of RAM of more. You can see and feel the difference it is night & day major speed improvement. SSD speeds, stable, 4 years later still going strong! Came with cloning software & mounting tray, housing for ...
Made my 3 year old Dell work like a brand new computer again
Cromagnum Man, Amazon
6 February 2015
Summary: Made my 3 year old Dell work like a brand new computer again. IMHO, the best bang for the buck that I have ever received on a computer upgrade. Also love the external enclosure that made cloning the drive a snap.
Summary: You must use the Windows utility to partition and format this drive. I had to learn this the hard way. Do not use the software that comes with the drive if you are installing Windows 7 64-bit.
Pros: Excellent SSD. Excellent speed and reliability. I have had for over two years now and use the computer daily. Using AS SSD Benchmark utility, I was able to get a score of 167(R) and 207(W). Individual scores were: 467MB/s Seq Read, 160MB/s Seq Write, 0.123ms Read Acc. time, and .357ms Write Acc t...
Summary: I've had this product for a couple of years now and am very satisfied with it. In fact, technology has gotten even better and less expensive so I'm probably going to replace it (again) with an updated, higher density SS drive.
Summary: I was running out of space on my raid 0 ssd configuration, so I wanted to add a third drive to the array. Although this particular product does not come with the software, I used acronis true image hd to make an image of my windows installation partition on my larger HDD, added my new SSD, uncoupled...
Summary: This review is for the Kingston HyperX 120GB SSD Upgrade Kit, NOT the newer Kingston HyperX 3K. I bought this SSD because I'd been looking into upgrading to one of these for some time. I had just been waiting for the prices to come down enough. I bought this one when it was $190.