Reviews and Problems with Kingston SSDNow V100 - series (SV100S2)
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Good for entry level ssd user
Wan Rosman, flipkart.com
12 April 2013
Summary: Installed this ssd primarily for OS and office applications. Other files was stored in a normal 1 TB hdd. The response time especially upon booting is significantly faster than normal hdd. This drive looks perfect for those who wants faster boot time while keeping other multimedia files in normal hdd. Should also be a good buy for those who wants to get into the ssd age without blowing your pocket.
Summary: It's compact, no mechanical parts and decently faster than a normal HDD. Running Windows 7, 32 bit and it boots up in 20-30 secs, that's faster than the HDD I was using which took almost a minute and a half to do the same. Like everyone else said, not the best of the lot but a good value for money for the price tag it carries!
Summary: For the price, this is very good. I needed a low power ssd for my ultra low power PC that I was assembling for my kids. This together with an Intel D525MW, Minibox M350 box, 2GB RAM, and a PICO PSU 90. Coupled with a samsung lcd monitor, the whole setup takes only about 70 watts.
Summary: I have purchased this drive to replace my laptop's original spin-plates disk. The result: many times faster system boots and application load times. I am really impressed. Even not being this one the fastest SDD on the market (it is ranked at about middle of the performance table) it offers one of the better cost-performance ratios. This is maybe the smartest upgrade I have ever made on a computer.