Holy shitballs that's a lot of write cycles. Kudos to Kingston for that.
Pricing will give us an indication of the value here, but given that there was a $70 difference between the HyperX 3k and HyperX drives, and the only difference was 2k more write cycles.. I can see this being quite pricey.
Price will be interesting to see but that is impressive performance and the jump in write cycles is a pretty huge leap.
What does it take to be part of the "enterprise-class?"
I actually own the hyperX 3K SSD, its great for me. I bought it because of the cheaper price and the reliability.
I can only imagine what a drive thats 400GB with all those write cycles is gonna cost... CHA-CHING!
Whoa a 400GB SSD!
Woot ! 400GB
The days where SSD truely replaces HDDs are coming
Pricing is awful though
Have been waiting for a long time to try SSDs
535MB/s read and 500MB/s write ?
This is a sweet little drive. Would love to get one for an upgrade. Reading the 30,0000 program/erase.cycles made my nipples hard.
This is a sweet little drive. Would love to get one for an upgrade. Reading the 30,0000 program/erase cycles made my nipples hard.
Its all about the price now. But if you are an enthusiast no matter what the price youll save up for it. Top ramen for a few months wont hurt lol
Joma nailed it on the head, it has to be faster more reliable and more secure than a regular SSD to be an enterprise model. The distinction to me has always been pretty simple, i liken them to star wars. You can have a thousand clone warriors (cheap drives) and they will all die before a small green jedi with a light saber (incredibly super strong and long lasting SSD's)
granted its a little bit overly nerdy and fantasy like but hey a kid can dream.
400GB Wow this is awesome! Kingston Rules!
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