Tag Archives: Kingston

Kingston A1000 M.2 NVMe SSD Review (480/960GB)

Looking back ten years or so to when SSDs were introduced, I would have never have believed that hard drives would still be the main system storage choice this far down the line.  They are larger, slower, noisier, require more power which results in less portable battery life, lack security and endurance, and their performance is significantly less than an …

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Kingston Announces KC1000 NVMe PCIe SSD for Demanding Professionals and Enthusiasts

Kingston is announcing the KC1000 NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD, which is geared toward the power user, including professionals and enthusiasts.  The KC1000 is the ultimate performance boost for demanding applications such as high-resolution video editing, virtualization, augmented reality, gaming, and other data intensive workloads where typical storage is unable to keep pace with data demand. The KC1000 is being offered …

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Kingston DCP1000 Enterprise NVMe SSD Review (1.6TB) – 7GB/s & 1 Mil IOPS in a Single HHHL SSD

Considering that data center SSDs affect so much of what we do everyday in today’s world, their technological marvel is really overlooked. Where the hard drive once filled our largest data centers worldwide, today’s data centers contain SSDs that either complement original HDD implementation, or take the place of hard drives completely. What they do, and really what flash technology …

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Kingston DC400 Enterprise SSD Review (800GB/960GB)

Enterprise-class SATA SSDs are offered by nearly all the big name SSD manufacturers in the market. We have had quite a few pass through here from SanDisk, Samsung, Micron, and Toshiba recently, but it has been over three years since we last fully examined an enterprise-class Kingston SSD…key word here, fully, as we just released a simple enthusiast report of …

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