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    Default Kingston V300 240GB

    Another in the list of SandForce SSDs is the latest from Kingston, the SSDNow V300. It's not entirely different in most regards, but it does have Toshiba Toggle NAND and exclusive input from LSI directly to tweak the controller's performance. Factor in a strong accessory package and a competitive price, and we have a drive that could prove very attractive to consumers looking for a massive speed boost over a traditional hard drive setup. Let's dive in and find out how the Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB fares.

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    Default Re: Kingston V300 240GB

    Good review Jake, at least the V300 series is faster than the V200

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    Default Re: Kingston V300 240GB

    Great read Jake!

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    Default Re: Kingston V300 240GB

    This is my main drive for the new build...........nice review

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    Default Re: Kingston V300 240GB

    I have the V100 64GB and love it!

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    Default Re: Kingston V300 240GB

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Good review Jake, at least the V300 series is faster than the V200
    V300 sounds good to me.
    Thanks for the review Jake.

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    Default Re: Kingston V300 240GB

    Hey Trak, how do you like the drive ?

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    Default Re: Kingston V300 240GB

    Great review Jake thanks for posting

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    Default Re: Kingston V300 240GB

    I haven't finished the build yet..........still building, not using it yet Stan

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    Default Re: Kingston V300 240GB

    Great review Jake, Not a bad drive for the price...

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