Monday, May 7, 2012

Intel 320 vs. the Kingston SSDNow V100

Right here we have the 3rd generation Intel 320 vs. the Kingston SSDNow V100 serious.

Testing platform:
Motherboard: EVGA X58 4-Way SLi
CPU: Intel Core i7 970
RAM: Patriot 2x4GB PGV38G1600ELK
Video Card: Reference 8800GT 512MB

Intel 320 Serious build up on 25nm NADA flash memory, they come in 6 different capacity | 40GB/$89 | 80GB/$159 | 120GB/$209 | 160GB/$289 | 300GB/$529 | 600GB/$1,069 (Capacity/MSRP)
All Intel 320 serious solid state hard drive comes with stander 3-year manufacture warranty.

The Kingston V serious is built on MLC NADA flash memory, they have 32GB/SV100S2/32G | 64 GB/SV100S2/64G | 128 GB/SV100S2/128G | 256 GB/SV100S2/256G
Kingston also comes with 3-year limited warranty.

Testing software:
AS SSD Benchmark
Everest (built-in disk bench)

Test #1 – ATTO

Test #2 – HD Tune

Test #3 – AS SSD

Test #4 –Everest (built-in disk bench)
Each individual read test

Average read access in nanoseconds.

1 comment:

  1. Warranty has been extended on the Intel 320 Series SSD.
    Read more at following link.