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Kingston HyperX FURY 240GB SSD Review

Posted on Tuesday, August 19 2014 @ 10:14:38 CEST by

Description: Although solid state drives have reached a very low price point one which should allow pretty much everyone to finally have at least one installed in their systems no one can deny that the difference in price per GB compared to regular mechanical drives is still quite large and that's obviously not something that will change anytime soon. So in order to further cut down costs manufacturers focus their resources in shrinking the NAND flash module manufacturing process and launching new low-cost NAND flash controllers (or just by using old ones) aimed towards people who care not about performance levels but are rather after the best possible price/capacity ratio. Today on our test bench we have one such attempt by Kingston and more specifically their brand new HyperX FURY 240GB SSD model.

Link: NikKTech


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