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Hardware Kingston SSDNow V-Series Review: 30GB

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Claave, 26 Aug 2010.

  1. Claave

    Claave You Rebel scum

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  2. faugusztin

    faugusztin I *am* the guy with two left hands

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    "securely attack the PCB" ? Why would anyone want to attack a little PCB ? :D
     
  3. devilxc

    devilxc Biding my time...

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    Because it looked at them strangely?
     
  4. erratum1

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    This, too small even if it had the performance.
     
  5. yakyb

    yakyb i hate the person above me

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    If the performance was better i would consider one for putting source code / images I may be working on at the time

    but the performance is pants so...
     
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    "hiyaa - Take that PCB" hahaha I am more powerful than a small PCB :)
     
  7. lacuna

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    would make a decent laptop drive, its the same capacity as my laptop but unfortunately mine is not SATA compatible :(
     
  8. xaser04

    xaser04 Ba Ba Ba BANANA!

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    Hmmm too small and too slow to be of any real use.

    That Crucial C300 Sounds very tempting though.

    The only problem is, £120 would dissapear from my Surround budget.... hmmmm, tough call.
     
  9. Shaftydude

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    Come on Bit-tech get on that Corsair F40, F60 SSD reviews already!
     
  10. Evildead666

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    Try it on an AMD chipset. Just trying to install Win7 on it should be fun, especially when you try to boot into Windows.

    I bought one to replace the HDD in my AMD 780G based laptop and it worked randomly, sometimes booting, sometimes not.

    I had a hell of a time with it and eventually replaced itwith an Intel 40Gb ssd, which has no probs whatsoever.
     
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    it would be good to take apart and mount it somewhere else to save on space for like those micro builds
     
  12. jimmyjj

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    Just too small, even ignoring its other shortcomings.
     
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    i only looked at the random read and game load pages, but was the crucial ssd used because it is the best available now? last week i bought an intel 80gb from best buy for $199 with $30 gift card, maybe i should have waited...
     
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