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    Default Kingston SSDNow V+ 64GB

    Not all SSDs are created equal; there is a wide range of performance available on the market. An example of this is Kingston Technology's SSD lineup; they run the gamut, from the Intel-based X-25 to the JMicron-based V-Series, and now the Samsung-based V+ drive. One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish.....they have it all. With the completely revamped internals, we believe the V+ is a wise departure from its similarly-named predecessor, and is an evolution in performance. But the real questions is how well can the Samsung architecture stand up to the powerhouse Indilinx-based SSDs? Today we'll find out.



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    Good review ! I do agree with you, it's kind of expensive when you get down to value vs performance.

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