Kingston SSD SSDNOW V+ Series G2 128GB SATA300

  • Kingston SSD SSDNOW V+ Series G2 128GB SATA300
86
Based on 14 scores, 30 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    9
  • Good:
    3
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Out of the box Trim Support, Raw Speed, 3 Year Warranty, Firmware Updates Possible, Kicks the performance of platter drives to the curb
  • Capacity, Speed
  • Impressive 238/188MBps read/write speed with ATTO, Toshiba T6UG1XBG controller include native TRIM/Garbage Collection, Good enthusiast operational I/O performance, Lightweight compact storage solution, Resistant to extreme shock impact, Up to 512GB of ...

Cons:

  • Price
  • Price

Expert reviews and ratings

By RegHardware on 80

I’d love to say that everyone should go out and buy the 512GB model, but I know that most will cringe at the £1270 price tag. Yet the difference one of these drives makes is phenomenal. By all means, if you have the cash and need the...

By Motherboards.org on -

Kingston has hit a home run with their SNP325-S2/256GB drive. As the drive is available online for $639, this makes an attractive upgrade option for those wanting the absolute best in performance from their computer systems regardless of the cost....

By Kitguru.net on 80

A solid performer and excellent bundle ensure this should be on your...

By Hardware Canucks on -

From the moment we opened up the SSDNow V+ 128GB’s packaging and found a load of goodies waiting for us, we had a special place in our hearts for this drive. Kingston really knows how to treat their customers right and makes them feel like they got...

By InsideHW on -

When we first reviewed Kingston SSD devices (V+ 64 GB), we deduced that the price of these devices became accessible even for somewhat larger capacities, due to the fall of memory chip prices worldwide. Just a few months later, instead of continuing...

By TechRadar on 80

Flogging SSDs can be a tricky business and Kingston knows this better than most. The problem begins with the fact that the key components inside any given solid state drive are only produced by a handful of companies. That's because the development...

By Pureoverclock on -

The Kingston SSDNow V+ SNVP325-S2 128GB Solid State Drive is certainly an improvement upon past V and V+ Series drives, posting some impressive speed results across the board. The Toshiba innards have allowed this drive to keep pace for the most part...

By Bjorn3D on 85

The redesigned SSDNow V+, with it's Toshiba controller and MLC Nand Flash, improves on an already good product. The three year warranty isn't going to hurt anyone's feelings and with no moving parts to wear out, the SSDNow V+ 128GB drive,...

By HardwareLogic on -

The SNVP325-S2B/128GB kit retails for about $380 (Newegg Link) at the time of review which is in line with most other higher performing SSD drives today. The V+ Series offer more performance over the the more mainstream V Series, but the price may be...

By PCWorld India on 92

Just the sort of solid state drive that a lot of us were waiting for! The Kingston SNVP325-S2/512GB is an awesome drive at an awe-inspiring price. It does battle with the old guard (magnetic HDDs with spinning platters) and comes out the winner...

By PCPer on -

After a few iterations and revisions to their SSDNow V Series brand, Kingston have finally settled on a product that is true to the (V)alue portion of that name. Combining JMicron's new JMF618 controller tech with Toshiba's fabrication and...

By HEXUS.net on 69

Kingston's latest SSDNow V-series drive is the second-generation V+. Available in capacities of 64GB through to 512GB, recent hikes in the cost of memory chips means that all models arrive to market with a value proposition that's higher than...

By FutureLooks on -

So, how does the Kingston SSDNow 128GB V+ Series Revision 2 SSD do versus much stronger competition? It does great against its predecessor and if all else is the same, and you’re picking one up, make sure it is the Version 2. However, the Toshiba...

By Benchmark Reviews on 90

Benchmark Reviews begins our conclusion with a short summary for each of the areas that we rate. The first section is performance, which considers how effective the Kingston SSDNow V+ series performs in operations against direct competitor products....

By Legit Reviews on -

The second generation of Kingston SSDNow V+ SSDs are solid performing mainstream drive that comes in capacities of up to 512GB and feature TRIM support!...

By StorageReview on -

The SSDNow V+ Series SSD (SNVP325-S2) from Kingston is their second generation prosumer, performance oriented SSD offered as a standalone drive and with an upgrade kit in capacities up to 512GB. This model supports read speeds up to 230MB/s and write...

International Review By ITpro.no on 100

Du får en velbalansert sammensetning av fleksibilitet, ytelse og pris i en pakke her av Kingston, hvor det eneste vi egentlig savner er bedre strømeffektivitet. SSD Now V+ fra Kingston er sett under ett et definitift et produkt vi kan anbefale...

International Review By Pc Tuner on -

Kingston è stata una delle prime aziende a offrire soluzioni di tipo SSD che fossero davvero performanti al grande pubblico, con prezzi molto competitivi rispetto alla capienza offerta. Già la prima generazione della serie V aveva infatti un...

International Review By Magnus.de on -

Die neue SSD Now+ erreicht eine sehr gute Geschwindigkeit. Beim Lesen könnte sie allerdings noch etwas schneller und vor allem konstanter zur Sache gehen.Wertung:gutDas Schreiben von Daten beherrscht die neue Kingston SSD schneller als die alte....

International Review By ComputerBase on -

Im Vergleich der G.Skill Falcon II mit der SSDNow V+ haben wir zwei Benchmarks und die Realtests aus unserem letzten Test verwendet, um die Leistung der beiden SSDs einschätzen zu können. Wie zu erwarten war, konnte die 128-GB-Version der SSDNow V+...