The manufacturer Kingston has just introduced its new Kingston HyperX 3K SSD, these SSDs are designed to perform well in both multitasking environments like gaming. They controller based on the SF-2281 SandForce and SATA 3.0 interface .
Kingston has positioned itself as a brand reference when choosing a good SSD for your system. Here in Techhum we have already analyzed in detail the 120GB SSD HyperX model which is also based on the SandForce SF-2281 controller.
The Kingston HyperX 3K uses NAND flash MCL memory and is available in capacities of 9 0GB, 120GB, 240GB and 480GB , so there are a variety to choose from depending on the capacity you need for your system. It comes with the usual 2.5-inch format and its casing is made of aluminum , which gives a pretty good touch to the SSD and also helps cool it.
Writing speeds and random performance data are as follows.
-speed reading and writing:
-90 GB -> 555/510 MB / s
-120 GB -> 555/510 MB / s
-240 GB -> 555/510 MB / s
-480 GB -> 540/450 MB / s
- Maximum 4KB Performance random read and write:
-90 GB -> 85.000 / 74.000 IOPS
-120 GB -> 85.000 / 73.000 IOPS
-240 GB -> 86.000 / 60,000 IOPS
-480 GB -> 75,000 / 48.000 IOPS
You can only purchase the SSD or as part of an upgrade kit that includes several accessories such as a tray to install the unit in 3.5-inch bays, cloning software, an external enclosure to use the SSD and a screwdriver for assembly.