Reviews and Problems with Kingston SSDNow V+100 - series (SVP100S2)
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Kingston SSDNow V+100 96GB SSD review
10 May 2011
Conclusion: When it comes to single-component upgrades, there's nothing quite like a fresh new slab of super-fast flash memory. Kingston's 96GB SSDNow V+100 might not be the quickest or most capacious SSD on the market, but its competitive pricing and strong mid-range specification make it an excellent upgrade...
[REVIEW] Kingston SSDNOW V100+; quality & reliability comes to budget buyers
11 April 2011
Excerpt: Last month Kingston sent us a review sample of the Kingston SSDNOW V100+ series, to be specific we got hold of the 128GB edition. Kingston proclaims this SSD to be “The ultimate upgrade” for any PC user who wants to benefit from a sign
Summary: From a performance standpoint the Corsair Force F180 was lacking, at least when it came to our test suite. It was at a disadvantage in this regard as we use a large amount of compressed data (JPEGs, MP3s, XVID-encoded AVIs) which negates one of the main advantages of its SandForce controller.
Summary: The Kingston V+100 128GB SSD is a much improved version of the V+ drives of an earlier generation and rivals the performance of others in its class. Bundled with a very generous set of accessories and “always on” garbage collection, Kingston has done a nice job to appeal to a wide user base...
Conclusion: Kingston, like many of its competitors, desperately needs a simplified product lineup. On the one hand, Kingston has hedged its bets. With three different controller makers supplying hardware for its six SSDs, Kingston can't go wrong.
Excerpt: At KitGuru we spend a lot of time testing the latest and greatest components on the market for PC enthusiasts across the globe. But today we have set aside some time for Mac users, namely those who want to make the most out of their machine.
Excerpt: We ran a feature on the feasibility of solid state storage last month, and pretty much came to the conclusion that it was a good idea to boost the performance of your computer. Providing you had the money to throw at it.
Conclusion: A maior conclusão que se pode tirar desta análise é de que efectivamente os SSD são bastante melhores que os discos mecânicos, no entanto pecam ainda por capacidades pequenas e custos elevados. Mas com o tempo os preços baixam e as capacidades aumentam.