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Kingston SSD Now Série V+ (SNV325-S2) - 128 Go

3/5 en Bit tech
"It’s not all perfect though, and we were surprised to find that the SSDNow V+ 128GB (and its Toshiba T6UG1XBG controller) was let down by its random read and random write performance. "
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4/5 en Bjorn 3D
"Kingston has a winner in the SSDNow V+, with its new design. The new Toshiba controller and Nand flash bring new life to the SSDNow V+ line."
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3/5 fr Comptoir du hardware
"Avec un prix de vente raisonnable, ce SSD pourra parfaitement offrir une solution viable et dans le bon intervalle de performances face aux hordes de clones Indilinx/Samsung ou encore face au JF612 qui tarde à entrer sur le marché. Et c'est précisément la carte que semble vouloir jouer Kingston, du fait de sa relative indépendance en termes de coût sur la NAND, on trouve en effet ce SSD en moyenne 5 a 10% moins cher à capacité équivalente. Un argument qui le place dans le peloton aux trousses d'Intel !"
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3/5 en Hardware Canucks
"We really do think this drive does have the potential to grow into one heck of a great performer but we really hope that the growing pains we discovered are only going to be around for the short term. Much like when Indilinx arrived on the scene, early adopters of the SSDNow V+ are going to be able to witness firsthand the growth and development of this drive. However, this may all be thrown out the window if Toshiba can’t keep up with constant firmware releases. "
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4/5 en Hardware Logic
"While we don't see TRIM support as the end all plan for SSDs (we see allowing the filesystem to handle the NAND flash on its own), we appreciate that companies are trying to look out for consumers in keeping the performance of the drive they purchase consistent. Kingston is a quality name that makes quality products and the SSDNow V+ Series 128GB drive is no different."
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4/5 en Maximum PC
"The second-gen Kingston SSDNow V+ is a strong performer and it gets brownie points for the included upgrade kit, as well as native TRIM support. It doesn’t offer a huge jump in performance, but users won’t be disappointed. And it’s less expensive than many other 128GB SSDs with similar performance. "
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3/5 en PC World (US)
"The SSDNow V+ is a middle-of-the-road SSD that, when compared to standard spinning hard drives, offers limited capacity, a high price per gigabyte and fast performance. Compared to other SSDs, the SSDNow V+ offers decent performance, comparable price and only a modest decrease in read speeds over time."
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4/5 en Pureoverclock
"In terms of performance, quality, and warranty, the Kingston V+ SNVP325-S2 is certainly worth recommending, but the sticker price makes for stiff competition. On one hand Kingston has impressed us considerably and done a very good job with this SSD, but a more aggressive pricing scheme would make it a real powerhouse in the mainstream segment. "
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4/5 en Storage Review
"For the average user who wants to get a good bang for their buck the Kingston SSDNow V+ Series SSD offers solid mid-range performance for a reasonable price. Compared to the Hitachi Travelstar 7K500 - which is the fastest 2.5"
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4/5 en TechRadar
"Here, the new V+ Series fares noticeably worse than the old Intel-based 40GB V Series. It's also a few clicks behind key competitors such as the Indilinxpowered Patriot Torqx 128GB. That said, it stands up to the likes of Corsair's Samsung-derived P128 in 4K tests. "
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4/5 en Techgage
"Still, if you are Sir Lancelot questing after the elusive holy grail (the absolute best SSD at any price), then it is a safe bet"
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5/5 en Tests Freaks
"Kingston went from the Intel controller to the Toshiba controller, which helps the second generation of the SSDNow V+ Drive series to see speed increases in both read and write speeds."
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0/5 fr Tom's hardware
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4/5 en Vortez Hardware
"The 128GB drive I have looked at today is ideal for an OS drive due to its size, and its performance too. The synthetic tests revealed some very encouraging results. Comparing it to the traditional SATA-II HDD there are massive gains to be had by upgrading to SSD. So far in our SSD tests, its the drive to beat."
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