KINGSTON HYPERX SSD DRIVERS WINDOWS XP
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KINGSTON HYPERX SSD DRIVER
- Kingston HyperX Savage GB SSD Review - Tom's Hardware
- Savage SSD Drive - GBGB HyperX
- Kingston HyperX Savage 240GB SSD Review
The drive-only model still ships in the premium package, but loses several of the accessories. Given everything Kingston HyperX SSD is included, we would suggest purchasing the Upgrade Bundle Kit unless you plan to install the drive in a notebook and don't need to clone your existing disk.
As you can see, the high capacity point's price tag points to how out-of-touch Kingston is being, given current market conditions. More on that shortly.
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A Closer Look The retail package does a good job of conveying the bundle's contents. On the back, we even find a detailed list of the accessories.
Up front, Kingston makes some sequential Kingston HyperX SSD claims, though it doesn't specify random or mixed workload numbers, which we also like to see. This test uses a queue depth of Kingston HyperX SSD The HyperX does particularly well in the write benchmark and matches competitors in the read benchmark. So far we have not seen the HyperX exhibit any noticeable weaknesses on its own or next to competitors.
The HyperX continues to do well and matches or beats all of its competitors in Kingston HyperX SSD latency. The next four benchmarks are relevant for enterprise customers; the four profiles include database, file server, web server, and workstation.
Kingston HyperX SSD Review (240GB)
These benchmarks simulate reading and writing at the same time and have a queue depth ranging from 1 to Performance scaled as expected from left to right. Real-World Benchmarks Our primary goal at StorageReview is to demonstrate how well Kingston HyperX SSD particular storage device performs in the real world.
We realize that translating the numbers from our synthetic benchmarks might prove difficult, even for enthusiast users. For this reason we have our own custom Kingston HyperX SSD trace benchmarks which make use of actual data and real-world applications such as Microsoft Office. The first real-life test is our HTPC scenario.
In this test we include: In this trace we recorded 2,MB being written to the drive and 1,MB being read. Its average latency is a tad high at 0. Our second real-life test Kingston HyperX SSD disk activity in a productivity scenario.
HyperX Savage SSD
For all intents and purposes this test shows drive performance under normal daily activity for most users. In this trace we recorded 4,MB being written to the drive and 2,MB being read. The productivity benchmark tells a similar story; the HyperX is not quite capable of catching its competitors. The difference is less than five percent, however; this is not going to be noticeable by the end user. Our third real-life test covers disk activity in a gaming Kingston HyperX SSD. The trace captures the heavy read activity of each game loading from the start, as well as textures as the game progresses.
In this trace we recorded MB being written to the drive and 7,MB being read. HyperX® Savage solid-state drive offers extreme performance for the extreme performer.
The fastest HyperX SATA-based SSD, it’s powered by a quad-core, 8-channel Phison S10 controller that delivers incredible speeds of up to MB/s read and MB/s write, Kingston HyperX SSD read/write IOPS Controller: Phison PSS The HyperX Fury SSD is an entry level solid state drive with a SandForce SF controller for SATA 3 performance and read/write speeds of /MB/s.