Reviews and Problems with Kingston SSDNow V+200 - series (SVP200S37A / SVP200S3B7A)
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John Nguyen, Amazon
4 May 2014
Summary: I love this product! It makes my boot times almost non existant on my macbook pro and loading is nothing. I have to have an SSD or it feels like I'm in the past. I recommend this as a good boot drive. It doesn't have a tricore controller, but it does work!
Summary: Everything fine. Good shipping. Nice deal. Very happy with this purchase. very nice mid range SSD. Improved my system performance greatly. I am able to reboot in 23 seconds. What I mean by that is from Windows 7, I press restart, it takes 23 seconds to shut down and completely reboot into windows.
Summary: I have used this product for about a year now. Pros: inexpensive, light weight, compact, seems to be faster than conventional hard drives, doesn't heat up, quicker boot up, and all those other qualities SSD has over standard hard drives. Cons: None.
Excerpt: I Provide Computer Support to small businesses & individuals. After using them myself for few years now, I blindly offer money back within 30 days to customers for these upgrades. Install these SSDs as OS Drives and keeping traditional as their Data/Backup drive on Desktop pc provide excellent value...
Pros: Easy To Install, Everything, Fast, Highly Compatible, Quiet, Reliable
Excerpt: I purchased the Kingston SSDnow V200 expressly for use in an older, slow low-end Lenovo laptop.Installation was easy and quick: remove original hard drive from laptop, remove it from the the carrier bracket, install it into the USB adapter/case provided with the kit, then install the V200 into the...
Pros: Easy To Install, Fast, Highly Compatible, Quiet
Excerpt: Install the unit to use as an operating system drive. After setting the bios up and installing the operating system the unit, the computer booted up fast.Only wished I had brought a bigger drive even though the drive should be big enough.Solid state drives are very quiet with no mechanical parts.
Pros: Easy To Install, Fast, Highly Compatible, Quiet, Reliable
Summary: For some at-home experiments with OS software, I put together a "funny car" machine with this SSD as the boot disk, a 500 GB fast SATA drive for large data, a 6-core AMD processor at 3.2 GHz and 16 GB of SDRAM. It FLIES! Total cost, less than $500.