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 Kingston Releases SandForce-based SSDNow V+200 SSD
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Message Text: Kingston today announced its SSDNow V+200, an SSD based on Intel's 25nm asynchronous NAND.

Based on asynchronous NAND, the drive's perforamce should not be very different that other Sandforce SSDs, such as OCZ's Agility 3.



The new series will come incapacities of 60GB~ 480GB. Performance figures and prices are provided below.

Kingston SSDNow V+200
Capacity 60GB 90GB 120GB 240GB 480GB
Controller SF-2281 SF-2281 SF-2281 SF-2281 SF-2281
Sustained Random 4K read/write 12K/47K IOPS 20K/47K IOPS 20K/44K IOPS 36K/43K IOPS 43K/30K IOPS
Max Random 4K read/write 85K/60K IOPS 85K/57K IOPS 85K/55K IOPS 85K/43K IOPS 75K/34K IOPS
Sequential read Up to 535MB/s Up to 535MB/s Up to 535MB/s Up to 535MB/s Up to 535MB/s
Sequential write Up to 460MB/s Up to 480MB/s Up to 480MB/s Up to 480MB/s Up to 480MB/s
Warranty 3-years 3-years 3-years 3-years 3-years
MSRP $140 $196 $245 $479 $970
 
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