Reviews and Problems with Kingston SSDNow KC100 - series (SKC100S3)
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It works like a charm with no issues
T. M. Garnet "HD Movie Lover", Amazon
4 February 2015
Summary: I use this SSD card in my Blackmagic Design Hyperdeck shuttle to capture 1080p video when we are live web streaming and I need a archive of the event. It works like a charm with no issues. Get one of those SSD blue cases to protect it when you are traveling if you take this with you on a regular basis. Other than, it performs flawlessly.
They work just fine, start up is a little slow but I ...
Michael Restine, Amazon
26 January 2015
Summary: I have one running in a new system with an old 2007 MOBO. They work just fine, start up is a little slow but I do not know if that is MOBO or drive. The drive doesn't have any SMART errors so I think it is the MOBO.
Summary: Installed about 18 months ago in my aging Dell XPS M1330, together with new wifi card and new Win7Pro 64. Came with plastic caddy to compensate for difference in size from original HDD. Install is somewhat tricky and could be better described, especially when it comes to BIOS settings, but that's a minor gripe. Works like a charm - fast boot, fast read, fast shut down. So far, it never failed or hung.
Summary: I'm using this in a new build as my boot drive for Win 7. It's my first SSD, so of course I'm impressed by what the speed of it does for app load times. I've only been using it for a couple weeks, and have experienced no anomalies. The 60GB size is just right for the OS plus installed apps. The way the SSD bays are in my case, it is impossible to connect 90-deg power connectors, which is all that came with my PSU. That was easily solved with a Y-adaptor.