Kingston introduces budget HyperX SSD’s
Kingston has introduced a cheaper version of it’s fastest SSD’s. The drives are using the same SF2281 chip, but are less durable. The new drives are about 10% cheaper than the regular HyperX SSD’s and available in 90GB, 120GB, 240GB and 480GB versions.
While it’s more expensive drives are good for about 5k program erase cycles, the new cheaper version is good for about 3k of these cycles. Still the drives come with a three year guarantee. When it comes to speed, the maximum read and write speeds are 555 MB/s and 510 MB/s and a maximum of 86.000 iops.
The drives are available a stand-alone drives or in an upgrade kit with software, external casing, 3,5″ adapter and a screwdriver.
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