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New SSD

Ken_C

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Hello

I just installed my new SSD. I know its not the fastest but I needed a large capacity and dont have alot of cash so I went with the Kingston 128GB SSDNow V Series SNV425-S2 Gen 2 SSD. I bought for about 10.00 more then the 80gb intel.

I ran a few benchmarks can you guys tell me if things look ok. I didnt disable anything in windows 7 64bit. specs are in my sig.

Kingston 128GB SSDNow V Series SNV425-S2 Gen 2 SSD

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Thanks Ken
 

technix

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i recently buy OCZ Vertex 2 50GB Sandforce 2.5IN SATA2 Solid State Disk Flash Drive SSD . I can't wait to see the difference with a HDD!

BTW, congrat for your ssd !
Capacity isn't too low for Windoze???
 

The Destroyer

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Benchmarks look about bang on. I had those same results pretty much with my Kingston 64GB V Series (2nd Gen) with AS SSD. You will enjoy it, but I couldn't resist anymore and picked up an Intel X25-M G2 80GB. The incredible random write/reads are what sold me on it. Definitely notice an improvement in everyday tasks. Enjoy the new SSD!
 

AkG

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Yeah they look about right. AS results is a little low but the CDM numbers look to be in the right ballpark. :)
 

Ken_C

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I made a few tweaks

Here are the new results. Not bad for a 128gb that cost 244.00. I have everything installed with 5 games and still have 30gb left.

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