Get more life out of your computer and maximize your existing investment by replacing your old hard drive with a Kingston SSDNow V300 solid-state drive. It's the most cost-efficient way to dramatically improve the responsiveness of your system--and it's less disruptive than migrating your data to a new system.
SSDNow V300 is backed by free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.
- Faster - improves speed of loading applications and system boot upInternal transfer rate: 450Mbps (read), 450Mbps (write)
- Reliable - with no moving parts, solid-state drives are less likely to fail than standard hard drives
- Economical - design optimized to make migrating to an SSD moreaffordable
- Multiple capacities - to fit your workload
- Convenient--all-in-one kits are available with all the components needed for a fast and easy installation
- Form Factor - 2.5-inch drive available in 7.0mm with plastic adapter to fit in 9.5mm system
SSDNow V300 features an LSI SandForce controller customized for Kingston and optimized for next-generation Flash memory to deliver the utmost in quality and reliability from two leading SSD brands. Because it's made with solid-state components and has no moving parts, it's shock-proof and withstands drops and bumps.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does it come with SATA/USB kit for cloning my existing HD or do I need to buy the kit?
You have 2 options. Buy the Kingston Digital 240GB SSDNow V300 SATA 3 2.5 (7mm height) Desktop Bundle Kit which includes everything you need. It's available here at Amazon or at Newegg.com and is very convenient to use, although it costs more. Alternatively, you can search Amazon and elsewhere for " SATA 3 cable ", " SATA power adapter ", and " 2.5 to 3.5 adapter ". For cloning software search for and download EaseUS ToDo free version. The main menu of EaseUS ToDo free version has a CLONE option; choose that plus Disk Drive and check the little box for "Optimize for SSD".
Any real risk to letting this lay on the bottom of a desktop case?
Not that I can think of. SSDs generate very little heat, so I disagree with the comments made by others regarding heat as a concern unless your case has incredibly poor air circulation.
I am living in Lithuania and if my ssd need repairs how am i going to get warranty?
Go to http://www.kingston.com/en/company/warranty, in Europe, if you can't return the product to the seller then you need to get a RMA authroization number and then send it to the "Kingston RMA center for europe" that's in the UK.
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- Max Sequential Read Up to 450Mbps
- Size 2.5 " "
- Interface SATA III
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