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Kingston SSDNow V+200 120GB SATA III 6Gb/s 2.5" Solid State Drive SVP200S3/120G


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120GB
  • 535MB/sec read and 480MB/sec write speeds
  • Faster boot times and application loads than hard drives
  • No moving mechanical parts gives it longer life and ability to handle rougher conditions
  • Backed by Kingston's three year warranty and 24/7 tech support
  • Support for SATA Rev 3.0
  • 2.5" SSD Drive with 9.5mm height
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Technical Details

Capacity: 120GB
  • RAM: 122880 MB
  • Hard Drive: 120 GB
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Product Details

Capacity: 120GB
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 9 x 2.4 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006YLTY2O
  • Item model number: SVP200S3/120G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 17, 2012

Product Description

Capacity: 120GB

Product Description

Kingston's SSDNow V+200 is designed for everyday business - but there's nothing ordinary about it. This innovative drive features a second-generation SATA Rev. 3.0 SandForce Processor for best-in-class sequential read/writes combined with Asynchronous NAND for exceptional quality and performance at an affordable price. It's the perfect balance of performance and affordability and easy to integrate into corporate asset refresh cycles. V+200 offers Data Integrity Protection that features DuraClass Technology plus RAISE for advanced data reliability. V+200 is available in a range of capacities to meet your business needs.

From the Manufacturer

The ideal performance upgrade for businesses and consumers.

SSDNow V+200

Kingston’s SSDNow V+200 solid-state drive delivers dramatic performance improvements for any system. It’s the perfect solution for any performance-minded yet cost-conscious business or home user, and it comes in a range of capacities to meet anyone’s needs.

SSDNow V+200 features the second-generation high-speed SATA 3.0 (6Gb/s) SandForce® SF-2281 Processor and delivers outstanding sequential read and write speeds of up to 535MB/s and 480MB/s, respectively. The drive enables fast start-up, rapid data access and fast copying of large files such as videos, presentations and graphics.

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Kingston’s SSDNow V200+ is:

  • Fast – boots system and applications faster than a hard drive
  • Reliable – with no moving parts, solid-state drives are less likely to fail than traditional hard drives
  • Convenient – all-in-one kits are available with all the components needed for a fast and easy installation
  • Multiple capacities – up to 480GB, to meet your specific needs
  • Silent – runs silent and cool

    V+200 SSDNow Kit image
    Dependable and durable

    SSDNow V+200 offers RAISE™ for advanced data reliability and Data Integrity Protection that features DuraClass Technology for endurance. It also comes with DuraWrite™ to optimize writes and extend endurance.

    Easy to install

    To make installation fast

    and easy, the SSDNow V+200 is available in an upgrade kit that includes cables, brackets, cloning software and an HDD enclosure — everything the business or home user needs to get started.

    For peace of mind, Kingston® SSDNow V+200 drives are covered by free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.

  • Customer Reviews

    Booting up and loading apps are so much faster. very pleased.
    Bruce H
    BTW, Kingston Customer Support was helpful and friendly and I would definitely purchase their products in the future.
    John Capel
    It runs with no sound, it runs cooler and the battery life is improved.
    Bob Cash

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    85 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Alan Shepard on February 27, 2012
    Size Name: 240GB
    Length: 4:59 Mins
    The Kingston SSDNow V+200 is Kingston's attempt to provide a solid-state drive with the amazing Sandforce processor at a reasonable price. I was able to score one of these drives from a street vendor, and it was worth every penny. I had the choice between the V100 256GB and the V+200 240GB for the same price, and I chose the latter because I am planning on buying a new laptop with SATA 3 in a few months.

    *Installation
    My installation went flawlessly. I unplugged my old drive, unscrewed the bracket, and transferred the bracket to the V+200 prior to plugging it into my laptop. I loaded Windows 7 on a USB drive using the USB/DVD download tool from Microsoft. The installation took about 10 minutes. The drive didn't need any changes, and TRIM was already enabled. I just turned off defragmentation.

    *Performance
    Windows score of 7.7
    The V+200 crushed my laptop's factory 5400 RPM drive
    --Shaved 1:08 off of cold boot
    --Shaved 33 seconds off hibernating the system
    --Waking from hibernation is 30 seconds faster
    --Going to sleep takes 8 seconds less
    --Waking from sleep takes 7 seconds less
    See the video for CrystalDiskMark read and write speed tests. On my SATA 2 system I get half of the SATA 3 advertised speeds, and the write speed is about 20MB/s faster than read speed. The drive sees virtually no difference between writing large 1000MB files and small 50MB files.

    *Conclusion
    This hard drive is a great way to upgrade any laptop, even one with a ULV processor and SATA 2. Buyers should be able to transfer it to a new SATA 3 computer without hassle. At the current asking price, the drive might not be worth it compared to the Crucial SSD 256GB offering, which was at $295 when I last looked.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Eric Bergfield on October 17, 2012
    Size Name: 120GB Verified Purchase
    This is my first time using a SSD; I bought two of the 120GB drives and I'm really impressed! My old HDD used to take 2m 17s to restart! Now that I have this SDD my computer restarts is just 14s! The difference is night and day, I'll honestly never buy another standard HDD ever again, every HDD I buy from this point on will be solid-state.

    Pros:
    + Using this SSD I was able to cut off 2m 3s from the time it took my PC to restart (that's a 90% faster restart-time).
    + Windows Performance Index went from 5.9 to 7.4!
    + Stuff loads almost instantly now.
    + 120GB is a pretty good amount of space, Windows 7 takes up maybe ~20GB or so, leaving plenty of space for other software.
    + I'm now a SSD convert, and will never buy a standard HDD ever again!

    If you haven't tried a SSD, then I highly recommend you do so, because my "restart time" was reduced by 90%. I STRONGLY recommend this product!
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By K. Young on July 12, 2012
    Size Name: 240GB Verified Purchase
    I've been working on my MacBook for about 6 Months now with a 500GB HD running at 5400 RPM. I waited for my SSD to come in the mail today and installed it immediately. I also installed the new OSX Mountain Lion on it while I was at it. I immediately noticed the speed increase of boot time, shut down, and file transfer. The performance is incredible. I can honestly say it met and exceeded my expectations.
    I've been waiting on purchasing an SSD. So when they went on sale I jumped at the opportunity. Kingston has always been a go to trustworthy brand for me when looking for Memory and Storage.

    TL;DR: Definitely worth the buy if you're upgrading from a Hard Drive.
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    8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By KO on September 19, 2012
    Size Name: 120GB Verified Purchase
    I've been using Kingston flash memory for years, and this was the first time I used one of their SSDs. That's not to say I'm unaware of how to use SSDs: I've purchased and deployed quite a few of them in the past year, either as upgrades to my own computers or as part of repairing the computers of friends and coworkers. I like SSDs because they're immune to most of the vulnerabilities of traditional hard drives.

    This is how the score broke down:
    - I got a great price on the drive, well under the $1/GB barrier, and it looked to be a great performer from Kingston's stats: five stars.
    - Upon installing the drive, the Kingston SSDNow V+200 failed to meet a single one of Kingston's benchmark claims: minus two stars.
    - Kingston supplies no real instructions (my nose hair trimmer came with way more than this did) and their packaging does not take product protection very seriously (it's just a vacuum-formed shell. No box. Nothing to isolate it from impact damage during transit): minus one star.
    - Kingston supplies no applications to facilitate things like OS optimization, cleaning, maintenance, or secure wiping. Every other manufacturer I've used has included a fairly complete toolbox for their SSDs, and this is something I feel needs to be included when using a write-sensitive technology like SSDs. Minus one star.
    -Kingston warns people not to update firmware unless it is absolutely mandatory and admits on their site that the firmware causes some of their drives to brick. I don't know why anyone would release an unstable version of firmware, but my guess is that it was rushed to the website to address problems with performance. There are no more stars to subtract, but had I known this going in, I would have NEVER purchased this drive.
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