Kingston SSDNow V 128GB

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About the Product

This 2.5" solid state drive (no moving parts compared to conventional hard disk drives) is available in 128GB storage capacities and supports standard SATA II interfaces. Features up to 200MB/sec read and 160MB/sec write speeds. Unlike earlier models, this new version supports TRIM and garbage collection. RAID support. 1,000,000 hours MTBF. 3-year warranty.

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Big Bruin  --- Apr 26 '10
Hardcoreware  --- Aug 13 '12
Legion Hardware  --- Oct 10 '10
Overclockers Club  --- Apr 15 '10
Overclockers Club  --- Aug 16 '12
PureOverclock.com  --- Jul 16 '12
Tweak Town 90% Apr 27 '10
TweakNews.net  --- Jan 23 '11
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Kingston SSDNow V 128GB Roundups and Shootouts

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Kingston SSDNow V 128GB Review Hardware Secrets -- Jun 10 '11

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"The bottom line is that the new Kingston SSDNow V Series 128GB solid state drive is worth buying by anyone looking to add an SSD to their system that offers a decent blend of performance, storage..."

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Hardcoreware on

"Overall, if you can get a deal on the Kingston V200, it might be worth considering. In actual day-to-day operations, it will certainly give you a noticeable improvement over a mechanical drive, and..."

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Legion Hardware on

"While we feel much the same about the 128GB version, we cannot help but feel that perhaps a pair of 64GB drives in RAID0 could be the way to go. The advantage to this is increased performance,..."

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"The Kingston SNV425-S2BD-128GB Desktop Upgrade kit delivers performance far superior to a standard hard with lower access times, Trim support and it comes equipped with a 3-year warranty - all at..."

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"I'm seeing these pop up on the web at around $100 a piece — a very worthy upgrade to essentially double your computer's loading rate, even in a laptop. However, for those wanting the absolute..."

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