Reviews and Problems with Kingston SSDNow V+100 - series (SVP100S2)
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The one for PS3
23 February 2012
Excerpt: With it's amazing price,speed and built in garbage collection,it's the perfect Solid State Drive for the PlayStation3...I got the 96GB and after putting it in my PS3 there was 87GB of free space.
Conclusion: Kingston SSDNow V+ 100 is newly launched in Nov 2010 with new features like 'always on' garbage collection feature, greater performance and of course better pricing. Kingston SSDNow V+ 100 is able to deliver decent performance which is definitely value with its price and its suggested retail price has been dropped from 390USD to roughly 230USD in some online store hence if you are looking for a SSD to replace your traditional HDD then it is a good time to grab one...
Pros: + Decent read/write performance, + Decent read/write performance, + Affordable MLC NAND flash, + Noiseless operation, + Shock proof, + Low power consumption, + 3 year legendary warranty, + Upgrade bundle kit is available
Summary: Once installed as the main (OS) disk this improved performance and startup times significantly , and allows the laptop to be used much more freely not havign to worry about bumps affecting disk heads. Install was a straight swap - with obviously the need to port the old disk image to the new device .
Summary: I've had this ssd drive as my primary drive in my macbook pro mid2009 for over 6 months now and it works well. Never had a problem with it and i recommend it to anyone that want's a fast reliable and fairly cheap ssd.
Summary: After several months of use in my desktop PC, I can happily say this has been a great purchase. It replaced a pair of RAID0 Raptors and it's much quieter faster - my laptop's now noisier than the desktop! I bought this for £89 so for less than £1 a GB for an SSD, was good value. I see now it's gone up significantly (£122) and wouldn't buy it at that price...there are others which are cheaper.