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Kingston HyperX comes with Savage-ssd
Kingston brings the HyperX Savage with a capacity of 120GB, 240GB, 480GB and 960GB. The 7mm SSD has an aluminum housing with a red-colored steel middle section. Flash memory is controlled by a Phison PS3110-S10 controller with four cores. Remarkably communicates the high-end SSD to the computer using the outdated SATA-600 interface.
According to Kingston is the fastest SATA SSD drive that has brought the company so far on the market. The company has been running a series of benchmarks to reinforce that claim. The 120GB drive would be sequential read speeds of 560mb / s and write speeds of 360MB / s. As usual, do the models with greater storage the better, delivering read speeds of 560mb / s and write at 530MB / s. The number of IOPS at random 4kB-read actions is, according to Kingston up to 100,000 or 99,000 for the 960GB model. At random 4kB-writes remove the drive maximum 84,000 to 89,000 IOPS, depending on the model.
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Kingston sells the SSD as a separate product, as well as upgrade kit. In the first case there is a 3.5 “bracket, 7mm-9mm adapter and disk cloning software in the SSD. The upgrade kit also includes taking a usb3.0 enclosure, a screwdriver and a data cable. Kingston offers a three year warranty. In Pricewatch to the discs series are from 77 euros for the 120GB model, rising to 580 euros for those who want to 960GB. If Upgrade is around 20 euros in the price of the individual disk.
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