Kingston SSDNow V+ Series SNV225-S2

Kingston SSDNow V+ Series SNV225-S2
alaScore 92

283 Tests

Dez 2018

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Expertenbewertung von : Andrew Harrison (goodgearguide.com.au)

Kingston SSDNow V+

 

Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraordinary.

Bundled software and drive caddy

Expensive, performance wasn't spectacular

The Kingston SSDNow V+'s results aren't bad, but better drives are available for the same kind of money. The inclusion of a drive caddy and software are attractive, but when paying this much we'd rather take the faster drive -- and one capable of...

Jul 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Andrew Harrison (techadvisor.co.uk)

Kingston SSDNow V+ review

 

Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraordinary.

The Kingston SSDNow V+'s results aren’t bad, but better drives are available for the same kind of money. The inclusion of a drive caddy and software are attractive, but when paying this much we’d rather take the faster drive - and one capable of...

Jul 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Nathan Edwards (maximumpc.com)

Kingston SSDNow V+

 

It seemed like déjà vu to us, too—didn't we review a Kingston SSDNow V+ as recently as December? Turns out we're not crazy (at least in this respect); that was the first-generation SSDNow V+, built on the same Samsung controller as the Corsair P256....

TRIM support; fast reads and writes; included upgrade and connectivity kit; competitive pricing

Not world-changing; random-access times lag behind Indilinx and Intel controllers

The second-gen Kingston SSDNow V+ is a strong performer and it gets brownie points for the included upgrade kit, as well as native TRIM support. It doesn’t offer a huge jump in performance, but users won’t be disappointed. And it’s less expensive than...

Apr 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Jason Saundalkar (itp.net)

Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 128GB

 

The SSDNow V+ Series desktop kit retails for US $371 or $2.89 per gigabyte. Luckily there's performance to back this price up

Kingston's brilliant 128GB SSDNow V+ offers a simple, straightforward upgrade path to lightning quick performance.

Aug 2010

Expertenbewertung von : James Galbraith (macworld.com)

Review: Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GB SSD

 

The SSDNow V+ offers decent performance, comparable price and only a modest decrease in read speeds over time.

We installed the SSDNow V+ into an easily upgradeable, late 2008 Unibody MacBook with a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo processor and 2GB of RAM, and ran a series of tests on the MacBook’s internal 5400-rpm, 2.5-inch Toshiba hard drive to serve as a baseline before...

Jul 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Abbas Jaffar Ali (tbreak.com)

Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GB SSD Review

 

Feel like giving your PC a speedy experience? This Kingston will do just that

We tested the drive using HDTach and the following is the result that was posted.

Mai 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Dan Shannon (techwarelabs.com)

Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GB Solid State Disk

 

Since their release, Solid State Disks (SSD's) have been geared towards enthusiasts. With the ability to offer the user phenomenal read speeds and shockingly fast writes, loading games, pictures, and applications is a breeze. The Kingston SSDNow V...

The blazing fast read and write speeds of the

Feb 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Bob Buskirk (thinkcomputers.org)

Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GB Solid State Drive Review

 

A little while ago we took a look at Kingston's SSDNow V-Series 128GB solid state drive that was targeted at entry-level and mainstream users. Kingston had put

– Far better write improvement over the original V+ Series drives ; – Windows 7 TRIM support ; – Available in up to 512GB capacities

– None that I found

As we have stated earlier in the review this is an update to the already released V+ Series solid state drives form Kingston, a second-generation. So what really is new about these drives? Probably the most important thing that sticks out to most...

Jan 2010

Expertenbewertung von : Vijay Anand (hardwarezone.com)

Kingston SSDNow V+ Series (SNV225) 64GB SSD - HardwareZone.com

 

Kingston has been selling SSD units based on Intel's 'mainstream' and enterprise class drive kits but the newer V series is Kingston's own internal design optimized for value.

Dez 2009

Expertenbewertung von : Mark Taliaferro (bjorn3d.com)

Kingston SSDNow V 40GB - Bjorn3D.com

 

SSD's come in a lot of flavors and capacities but they only come in two basic types. Single level cell and Multi-Level cell. Multi-Level cell SSD's store two bits of information per cell and are less expensive. The storage of 2 bits of information in...

We've been waiting for SSD's to drop in price so they can mainstream and this may be the first shot in the mainstream war. It's not quite what we were hoping for but with the $85 (after MIR) price tag the Kingston SSDNow V is a major step in the right...

Nov 2009