Kingston Technology SNV425-S2/64GB Serial ATA II unidad de estado sólido - Disco duro sólido (64 GB, Serial ATA II, 200 MB/s, 110 MB/s, 1000000 h, 2.5")
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Aumentan drásticamente el rendimiento de los sistemas existentes. Las unidades de estado sólido (SSD) SSDNow V Series de Kingston Technology, ideales tanto para empresas como para particulares, mejoran el rendimiento y prolongan la vida útil de cualquier sistema que cuente con una interfaz Serial ATA (SATA). Así, contribuyen a aumentar la productividad y a proteger la inversión en los sistemas existentes.
Consumo de energía (escritura): 5,2 W
Consumo de energía (lectura): 5,2 W
Consumo energético (en suspensión): 0,7 W
Disco de estado sólido, capacidad: 64 GB
Factor de forma de disco SSD: 2.5"
Interfaces de disco de estado sólido: Serial ATA II
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 0 - 70 °C
Soporte S.M.A.R.T.: Si
Velocidad de escritura: 110 MB/s
Velocidad de lectura: 200 MB/s
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My rig has
intel i7 920, set at 3.0 ghz
6 gb ddr3 1333 mhz
amd im booting off of the the ssd with all my programs installed onto a 1.5 tb seagate
My boot up time including the bios stuff is 15 seconds
my shut down time is 3 seconds
that is much faster than before.
I also have crysis installed onto my ssd. without the ssd crysis runs at about 20fps with everything on high. when on the ssd it goes up to 27-30 fps. very exciting
anywhosle, if youre only gonna install a couple things onto this hard drive, i highly recommend it. if you are gonna be installing stuff all the time you should probably get something with a faster write speed cuz it can get painful waiting for things to finish
When 16G flash drives came out, I thought "what a great idea for a laptop's hard drive"; which is what appeared on the first netbooks.
I'm sure as the technology becomes more refined and cheaper by economy's of scale, most previous hard drives will be replaced by SSD or "memory drives" just like the Kingston 2M card I bought for my Toshiba 1000 to run DOS 3.2, Works 2.0, and stacker on my 4.7M RAM drive in the early 1990's.
The only feature I haven't found yet is the TRIM command.
I put this into an EEE (1005ha) and it's on fire now! This netbook was pretty pokey before, even when brand new (now one year old). Now everything just pops right the heck open. It boots into a usable desktop from cold power off in less than 30 seconds--no joke, no hyperbole. It shuts down fast also.
As it's a netbook, the primary storage is not important to me as I keep everything important on a network drive. If you only have one computer, this may not be for you, but who has just one computer anymore? I trimmed down an XP install so I'm only using about 8.5 GB of space--still plenty left as long as you're not a file hoarder.
In short, get one, you'll be glad you did!
Despite the small drive space and the problems that poses, and the slow write speeds reported by benchmarks, this SSD is a noticeable speed boost.
Overall system responsiveness is much smoother, snappy, and eerily quiet. No waiting for a crunchy hard drive! Everything works faster than before, even external hard drives! Windows snap open. Thumbnails of pictures load immediately. No file access lag opening photos, videos, etc. Again, this applies to the external USB and Firewire drives too. Weird. I don't know why this is, but I'll take it. Maybe it's because of the fresh Win7-64 install?
The Internets is fast on tap now.... using Chrome browser Web pages open immediately. Everything, Youtube, etc. Fast. (Comcast Cable connection). Youtube videos load and play super smooth, like an appliance!
I was using Vista 64 before, and in IDE mode (Western Digital 1TB Black), so maybe some of the differences are that Windows 7/AHCI is much faster. ?
My only complaint is that since this is still relatively new technology and there's still some sketchy details as to how to get the most performance (and longevity) from the drive (use IDE or AHCI mode, OS version, OS tweaks, etc) you have to research it and make the best semi-informed decisions how to set up the drive. Google is your friend. The installation Manuel that comes with the drive is not your friend. The manufacturer dodges the issues by making no mention whatsoever.
After I got this up and running I read something online that Intel said that when used with ICH10R chipset (the motherboard Southbridge) their ssd's should be installed with the bios in RAID mode but the drives configured as non-raid. They call this "Raid Ready". I might reinstall with those settings....
8gb G.Skill ddr2-1066
I might go with an Intel X-25M 80gb instead. It's reported to be a much better ssd. Plus, it comes with the desktop AND laptop install kits, and 15gb more space... so the $[...] premium is kinda reasonable over this $[...] drive which has no mounting kits. Still, this is the best economy ssd on the market, a good taste of the perceived benefits these type of drives offer.