Kingston SSD V+100 Series SATA300

  • Kingston SSD V+100 Series SATA300
83
Based on 14 scores, 32 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    7
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Excellent Performance and Transfer Speeds.
  • Increased Application Performance and Start Up Times.
  • Excellent Included Software and Accessories.

Cons:

  • Expensive.
  • Still no effective performance scaling with queue depths over 1.

Expert reviews and ratings

By PC Authority on 67

The Kingston SSD Now V+ 100 128GB used to impress us but now seems a bit middle of the road. Read our review....

By Tom's Hardware on -

We've added more SSDs to our database and observed a number of significant price changes in the past month. As a result, this months recommendations undergo a notable revamp. And to those of you waiting for a hierarchy table at the end, it's...

By Techgage on -

A couple of weekends ago, I spent some time cleaning up my OS SSD in order to make room for some large benchmarking files I needed. After running Windows' Disk Cleanup tool, and making sure there were no gargantuan files or folders in my Users...

By VR-Zone on 70

The Kingston SSDNow V+100 is a tough sell. It does exceptionally well in sequential write performance and decently enough when it comes to reads. However, the drive is left behind in random write performance, which is important for a system drive. In...

By HEXUS.net on 90

When it comes to single-component upgrades, there's nothing quite like a fresh new slab of super-fast flash memory. Kingston's 96GB SSDNow V+100 might not be the quickest or most capacious SSD on the market, but its competitive pricing and...

By TechSmart.co.za on -

What to do if you want faster boot-up time, improved battery life and just overall better PC performance? TechSmart recently installed Kingston’s SSDNow V+100 Solid State Drive with some impressive results. So what is Solid State Drive (SSD) you...

By Hi Tech Legion on -

The Kingston SSDNow V+100 96GB is a very interesting drive. The V+100 absolutely crushes the reference enterprise class WD RE3 7200rpm in every benchmark and will go toe to toe with the Sandforce 1200 drives. The benchmark numbers are easy enough to...

By Hardware Bistro on 90

Kingston Technology Company, Inc. is the world's independent memory leader. Founded in 1987 with a single product offering, Kingston® now offers more than 2,000 memory products that support nearly every device that uses memory, from computers,...

By InsideHW on -

It’s our opinion that the new SSD generation has definitely brought new improvements, as well as made us change our perspective from the narrow-minded sequential read/write evaluation. The prices of the new models are very close to those from the...

By Kitguru.net on 90

A must have upgrade that definitely justifies the...

By Real World Labs on -

The Kingston V+100 series proved to be a worthy opponent for the top SSDs of the previous generation by managing to match and even outperform the SandForce based Phoenix Pro SSD by GSkill. Of course the latest SSD generation is much faster than...

By StorageReview on -

In the end, we put the somewhat awkwardly sized 96GB Kingston SSDNow V+100 up against some of the fastest SSDs we’ve tested. Given this, for a drive at this price point ($190 street), anything more than mediocre relative performance among such...

By Zath UK on -

We ran a feature on the feasibility of solid state storage last month, and pretty much came to the conclusion that it was a good idea to boost the performance of your computer. Providing you had the money to throw at it.Now, though, it’s time to...

By XSReviews on 80

While I would have been ready to call this a bog standard SSD with middling performance, when you take into consideration the price tag it completely changes what the Kingston SSDNow is. It's not the boring looking performance drive it appears to...

By Expert Reviews on 100

The V+100 is a step up in performance from the original model and is well priced with plenty of extras...

By itreviews.com on -

A solid SSD from Kingston that delivers the reliability we'd expect and competitive performance....

By TechRadar on 80

There's no such thing as a cheap solid state drive. But you do at least have the choice between merely pricey and downright punitive. The new Kingston SSDNow V+100 256GB falls into the former camp.At around £375 for 256GB of capacity, it's...

By Legit Reviews on -

The Kingston V+100 128GB SSD is a much improved version of the V+ drives of an earlier generation and rivals the performance of others in its class. Bundled with a very generous set of accessories and "always on" garbage collection, Kingston has...

By AnandTech on -

I'm not sure what it is about SSD manufacturers and overly complicated product stacks. Kingston has no less than six different SSD brands in its lineup. The E Series, M Series, SSDNow V 100, SSDNow V+ 100, SSDNow V+ 100E and SSDNow V+ 180. The E and...

By Akihabara News on -

Last month Kingston sent us a review sample of the Kingston SSDNOW V100+ series, to be specific we got hold of the 128GB edition. Kingston proclaims this SSD to be “The ultimate upgrade” for any PC user who wants to benefit from a...