KingSpec MultiCore SSD Series PCIe




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By TechRadar AU on 80

Like all the KingSpec drives we've tested, the MC1S81M2T isn't particularly good when it comes to dealing with the small, bitty files that make up the day-to-day workload of an OS drive. That can be seen from the 4K random read and write performance...

By TechRadar on 90

SSD manufacturers have rapidly run into a tricky problem - namely the SATA 6Gbps interface. The rapid advances in NAND and controller tech must have surprised the most optimistic of SSD designers, and while old Lucifer himself will be limbering up for...

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Installing the KingSpec 1TB PCIe SSD within minutes of receipt and then watching it boot up, without driver installation, and spit out speeds of 2.5GB/s was amazing.  Plug and Play just took on a whole new meaning in our book.  The feeling I had after...

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Specs for the MC2J677M1T list it at 2GB/s read and write transfer speeds with 84K IOPS. It will be available in 1 and 2TB capacities and it's valued in the 2-3K range. On first installation (which occurred within seconds of the handoff), it booted right...

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So in the niche market of high capacity SSDs, the KingSpec MC1S81M2T sits in the even smaller niche of high capacity PCI-E based SSDs. It's hugely expensive and very, very quick but — and it's a very important but — it's only properly fast when it comes...

By TechRadar AU on 80

For mechanical hard drives the SATA 6Gbps interface is future-proofed for the foreseeable future, maybe even forever. When it comes to SSDs though, well, that's a different story. With the current crop of solid-state drives already knocking very hard on...