Kingston HyperX 3K 90GB

Kingston HyperX 3K 90GB SSD Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specifications
  3. Internal Impressions
  4. Test Bench and Benchmarks
  5. Conclusion

Kingston HyperX 120GB SSD made a very good impression on me & since Corsair Force GT 120GB and Kingston HyperX 120GB well within Rs. 10,000/-, things are looking pretty good for end users and few are seriously considering to buy an SSD. And then comes Kingston HyperX 3K series, difference being 3K Program-Erase Cycle- at least on specs.

Kingston sends a HyperX 3K 90GB SSD- and like the previous HyperX version with 5K P/E Cycle, I would really like to see this drive to make a good impression so that I can recommend this drive for you to shortlist!

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