Kingston SSDNow E50


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About this Product

Capacities: 100GB, 240GB, 480GB
Controller: SandForce-SF2581
Encryption: AES 128bit
Sequential read/write2:
SATA Rev. 3.0 – 100GB – up to 550/530MB/s
240GB – up to 550/530MB/s
480GB – up to 530/500MB/s

Maximum 4k read/write2:
100GB — 85,000/ 80,000 IOPS
240GB — 85,000/ 73,000 IOPS
480GB — 74,000/ 36,000 IOPS

Random 4k read/write2:
100GB — 27,000/ 82,000 IOPS
240GB — 48,000/ 72,000 IOPS
480GB — 53,000/ 32,000 IOPS

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Kingston SSDNow E50 Reviews Rating: 60 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Hardware.Info  --- Dec 04 '13
HardwareCanucks  --- Nov 15 '13
NikKTech  --- May 07 '14
The SSD Review 3/5 Nov 06 '13
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Hardware.Info on Dec 04 '13

"For a server workload that's almost only reading, the Intel SSD is the better option. If you expect you will exceed the TWB limit of the DC S3500, the Kingston SSDNow E50 is a good alternative. And..."

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HardwareCanucks on Nov 15 '13

"The E50 is a great value for its intended market. It isn’t meant to compete directly against the DC 3700’s of this world but rather offer a fitting alternative for system admins looking for..."

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NikKTech on May 07 '14

"Bottom line that means consumers who don't need the enterprise class safety features offered by the E50 should look elsewhere for a better deal, however that doesn't apply t professionals and..."

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The SSD Review on Nov 06 '13

"While the Kingston E50 received good marks for endurance and enterprise features, its shortcomings in consistency, performance, pricing and warranty, especially when compared to its peers, hurt its..."

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