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So much for the much vaunted immunity to vibration and other nastiness.
We bought half a dozen Kingston drives similar to these, and as they were put into use we found that every one failed after 4-6 months.
While the bug that caused my failure may have been fixed with a firmware update, what about the next one?
I've gone through three of these drives. I purchased one for myself and another for a build I was doing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The package came 2 DAYS EARLY!!! Product worked great and had no problems at all (or so far...). Very happy with that but laughed my a$$ off when I opened the box. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Repairman Jack
Very unreliable, worked fin for a year or so, then suddenly a blue screen and dead SSD. use other brandsPublished 7 months ago by Issam al-khairy
Broke after about 6 months of use, only thing is was being used for was windows so I was able to recover most everything but this thing is trash.Published 8 months ago by Stuart Heissner
We bought half a dozen Kingston drives similar to these, and as they were put into use we found that every one failed after 4-6 months. Every single one. Read morePublished 16 months ago by L. B. Glass
I don't write review much but this Kingston SSD is very bad. I bought 16 Kingston SSD for the last 2 years ranging from 64GB to 256GB for my work. The are running 24/7. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Wingkin Wai
Our supplier switched the tested and proven bomb-proof APACER SSD for these...
THINGS in nearly 70 boxes a couple of months ago. What a mistake that was. Read more
Failed after 18 months. Known problems with software but no way to recover. Now just electronic waist. NEVER buy Kingston products.Published on June 11, 2012 by Electrician
My experience has been like others I've seen posted here. I installed four Kingston SSDNow V100 64GB drives in brand new servers that were used as Linux routers. Read morePublished on June 10, 2012 by Tony Felice