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Other Thoughts: Running a dual boot for Win7 & Win8. Both load up to the log in screen in less than 20sec (including BIOS). Win7 doesn't even get to finish the Boot up animation!
Read/Write speeds are above 450MB/s average, even with the OS overhead. Pretty much on par with the more expensive SSDs out as of early 2015. Most programs load nearly instantly with the more demanding ones loading still in less than 3 seconds.
Although I own a few different brand of SSDs across my PCs, this is My 2nd Mushkin SSD and I am not Disappointed!
Pros: Fast & cheap
Cons: Cant hit 90MB/s?
(I never expect full rated speed but this is pretty close!)
Other Thoughts: getting over 70MB/s Read & 45MB/s Write on this card.
Solid for the price! Hope it holds up past the warranty expiration.
Pros: Lifetime warranty
Pretty awesome Sequential Read speed (over 75MB/s)
Cons: Only 21MB/s Max Write? really?
Other Thoughts: I have been buying Kingston SD cards for my phones since they started putting MiniSD slots in them. never been disappointed. I had one card Fail on me and Kingston RMAed it for me with out issue.
Sadly I may need to do this again for this card...
I wanted a 64GB MicroSD with over 40MB/s write for recording Video. This appeared to be a higher end card from Kingston that says it Writes at 80MB/s, so I grabbed it. Sadly the highest write speed I can get out of it is 21MB/s...
I know ratings are a best case situation, but 25% of rated speed is pretty sad.
Speed test done with Kingston FCR-HS3 over USB3.0
Seq - 76.02 / 21.25
512k - 54.13 / 9.74
4k - 13.39 / 0.13
4k QD32 - 11.01 / 0.15
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