Kingston SSDNOW V Series G2 128GB MLC SATA300

  • Kingston SSDNOW V Series G2 128GB MLC SATA300
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Pros:

  • Excellent speeds, silent, cool, power saving, attractive bundle
  • Transfer bundles make drive swapping easy.

Cons:

  • Expensive
  • Draws more power than some HDDs, Only half as fast as many consumer SSDs

Expert reviews and ratings

By Legion Hardware on

The Kingston SSDNow V Series SNV425-S2 series is all about value, though having said that they do not fare too badly in terms of performance either. Although we did find some weaknesses when running synthetic benchmark applications such as random...

By NotebookCheck on

The Kingston SSDNow V made a good impression on us in most respects. Our review model (SNV425-S2/128GB) with 128 GB offers a very good price-performance ratio, starting at €257 (RRP including tax) for just the SSD. The current price online for...

By BeHardware on

With the size of pages and blocks of NAND increasing on these new chips, the controllers that use them will be aiming to make up for the losses in speed for smaller accesses that are inherent in these changes. Moreover, while this flash memory...

By TechTree on 80

The Kingston SSDNow V-Series Series 128GB SSD, which is part of the Notebook Upgrade Kit, is certainly an impressive product with just about no cons. It has everything needed to enable smooth migration for your notebook from your current old hard...

By X-bit Labs on

We’ll do some summarizing now, starting from the Intel X25-V. Cutting it short, we like this product. Intel has come up with an affordable but rather fast SSD. It was especially good in our RAID0 array, providing both a large storage capacity and...

By StorageReview on

For casual users, the Kingston SSDNow V Series has one particularly alluring feature: price. Coming in under $300 for the 128GB version with one of the transfer bundles (or closer to $250 as a drive only), the V Series represents one of the better...

By Techgage on

The old rule of thumb that "if something is priced too good to be true then it usually is" certainly comes to mind here. There Kingston SNV425 has the unpleasant honor of delivering borderline performance and only acceptable responsiveness, often...

By Hardware Secrets on

After this big summary, one big question remains: which 128 GB SSD unit should you...

By Pureoverclock on

The SSDNow V SNV425-S2 128GB Solid State Drive is Kingston's mainstream model in the marketplace. Depending which bundle you decide upon, this SSD could cost as low as $260 USD. That is about $100 cheaper than competing Indilinx-based SSDs, a huge...

By Legit Reviews on

SSD’s are coming out hot and heavy now and Kingston isn't been shy about setting out to improve on their earlier generation drives. Last July, Legit Reviews had a go at their first generation SSDNow V Series SSD and awarded it the Legit...

By Motherboards.org on

Kingston thought of everything when it comes to designing an SSD drive for the notebook market at large. The drive has adequate performance, but it is also designed to fit inside an enclosure to attach externally to a notebook computer as an external...

International Review By CHW on

La versión para computadores de escritorio, al igual que su hermano para portátiles, tiene un desempeño que permite mejorar los tiempos de carga de aplicaciones que hacen uso intensivo de la unidad de almacenamiento, como por ejemplo -y...

International Review By CHW on

Tenemos un producto que cumple con la primera premisa, ser el reemplazo de los primeros SSD de la V Series, ya que con su rendimiento no queda duda que lo es, además se hicieron mejoras en cuanto a la estética del cofre y la facilidad para...

International Review By Hardwareluxx on

Kingstons vermarktet die SSDNow V G2 als günstiges Systemupgrade. Dieser Anspruch wird sehr gut erfüllt: Der Preis von Kingstons SSDNow V G2 ist mit weniger als 230 € ohne Frage äußerst günstig. Für jedes andere...

International Review By PC-Welt.de on

Die SSD Now V G2 SNV425-S2 bietet Kingston zu einem Kampfpreis von unter zwei Euro pro Gigabyte an. Der PC-WELT-Test prüft, ob die Flash-Festplatte nicht nur billig, sondern auch schnell ist. Die preisgünstige V-Serie von Kingston...

International Review By ExtraHardware on

Ačkoli jsem pod Windows Vista nedosáhnul na proklamovaných 38 000 bodů v testu PCMark05 HDD a ještě musím přeměřit zakolísání v Iometer (databáze a pracovní stanice),...