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Kingston SSDNow V+100 - series (SVP100S2)
6.8 out of 10

Kingston SSDNow V+100 - series (SVP100S2)

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Load times? Lolwut?

Dat Guy, Amazon
6 July 2013
  • Summary: After having a crappy old 512 GB HD, I upgraded to this SSD and was blown away by the difference. Good bye loading times! Windows boots to the desktop in under 15 seconds, games load stupidly fast (I didn't even know that Skyrims loading screen had "Tips" in the bottom corner until I saw a friend...
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Overall 10
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Great SSD for a MacBook Pro 13" 2011

S. Leonel, Amazon
9 November 2011
  • Summary: I bought this SSD to replace an Intel SSD 510 that I had previously bought for my MacBook Pro 13" 2011 that was freezing ("beach balling") randomly. After trying everything I could to solve the issue with the Intel drive I finally gave up after reading so many comments in forums that made me...
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Overall 10
10

Excellent Product

Peter1971, Amazon
18 October 2011
  • Summary: Product received as described and as shown on the picture. Very easy migration from traditional HDD to Kingston SSD - software included - just couple of minutes and new SSD was ready to instal in my laptop. I won't ever go back to traditional HDD!!!
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What was expected (after tweaking)

A. L. Green "Child of Good", Amazon
25 August 2011
  • Summary: If you're reviewing this product, you know what it's supposed to do... So I'll save you all of that and simply share my experience: I bought this SSD (96GB Version) for an old Gateway GT5034 that I've been reviving for about two years now.
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Overall 10
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Outstanding Performance Per $

Stephano C, Amazon
27 July 2011
  • Summary: There are plenty of reviews out there. Basically, I chose this drive because I'm using a macbook pro and this drive will do the "garbage collection" for the os. That's handy. Also, I don't care about random write / read speeds so much. I just want snappy performance.
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Overall 10
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Small-ish but fast

Aleksandar Milivojevic, Amazon
23 May 2011
  • Summary: Pros: - fast Cons: - still very expensive compared to hard drives I bought this drive to replace boot drive in my Linux box. Installation was simple (took out old drive, put the new into included 3.5" brackets, connect cables). Installed Ubuntu 11.04 onto it, and everything just worked.
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Overall 10
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This SSD ROCKS!!!

innerspaceman, Amazon
9 May 2011
  • Summary: Bought a refurb'd 3rd party SSD from Fry's first (by accident; Fry's is sneaky about this). Big mistake. BIOS and Windows detected the drive, but couldn't make it bootable. Did some research and learned a lot of SSDs aren't designed to be primary/boot drives (so make sure to do your homework if...
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Overall 10
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First rate

M. Davis, Amazon
23 February 2011
  • Summary: This drive is fast and rock solid reliable. I use it to edit multi-GB HDTV files, and the near-zero seek time makes the process much faster than using the 7200 rpm HDD on the same PC. The SSD doesn't lose its cool in the face of simultaneous read/write operations and it doesn't drop or corrupt data.
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Overall 10
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Game changer for a mac mini

Daviangel, Amazon
23 February 2011
  • Summary: I just got 2 of these when they went on sale and they were worth it for what I paid which was close to $1/GB. I own one of the older 64GB Kingston SSD and it's barely large enough to hold Windows 7, with office, etc thus one of the reason's I had to replace the current SSD on my Windows machine...
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Overall 10
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Awesome drive - amazing bang for the buck!

Dale Yuzuki, Amazon
23 February 2011
  • Summary: I do not know why this product rates so low (but it is only two ratings for what that's worth). I have been waiting to upgrade an aging Dell Dimension desktop machine (circa 2006), and over the past few months upgraded the processor (nice boost there), larger hard drives (1T but only 5400 rpm),...
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