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KingDian Killer Series S200/60GB 120GB SSD 2.5
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggs Well... it was cheap... so I figured I'd test it. 12/16/2016

This review is from: KingDian Killer Series S200/60GB 120GB SSD 2.5" 60GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) Desktop Bundle Kit

Pros: Low Price
It's an SSD
Hilariously bad translations

Cons: No cables or screws (though I didn't need them)
Listed as a "bundle kit" but there was nothing but the drive in the box.

Other Thoughts: My favorite quotes from the box... "Avoid artificial damage" and the slogan "More attention, more wonderful!"
They really need to hire a translator...

The drive was dirt cheap over black Friday. That major retailer that start's with an A (Apparently it's an offensive word around here) says this drive has a 3 year manufacturer warranty so I decided I'd try it. Their listing here is very poorly done but I'm hoping the same warranty applies to drives purchased at Newegg. Still, the drive was cheap enough I won't be too upset if it dies.

I used the drive to revive an old 2009 4,1 Macbook. I installed Ubuntu 16.04 and it's running like a charm. Works great for e-mail and spreadsheet work.

The Macbook only has a SATA I port, which has a theoretical max of 150 MB/s, so I only get about 140 MB/s with my benchmark tests. Still, after the Macbook does it's booting stuff, Linux only takes about 10 seconds to be ready to use and there's next to no wait time to load the programs I regularly use.

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KingDian Killer Series S200/60GB 120GB SSD 2.5
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggs Well... it was cheap... so I figured I'd test it. 12/16/2016

This review is from: KingDian Killer Series S200/60GB 120GB SSD 2.5" 60GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) Desktop Bundle Kit

Pros: Low Price
It's an SSD
Hilariously bad translations

Cons: No cables or screws (though I didn't need them)
Listed as a "bundle kit" but there was nothing but the drive in the box.

Other Thoughts: My favorite quotes from the box... "Avoid artificial damage" and the slogan "More attention, more wonderful!"
They really need to hire a translator...

The drive was dirt cheap over black Friday. That major retailer that start's with an A (Apparently it's an offensive word around here) says this drive has a 3 year manufacturer warranty so I decided I'd try it. Their listing here is very poorly done but I'm hoping the same warranty applies to drives purchased at Newegg. Still, the drive was cheap enough I won't be too upset if it dies.

I used the drive to revive an old 2009 4,1 Macbook. I installed Ubuntu 16.04 and it's running like a charm. Works great for e-mail and spreadsheet work.

The Macbook only has a SATA I port, which has a theoretical max of 150 MB/s, so I only get about 140 MB/s with my benchmark tests. Still, after the Macbook does it's booting stuff, Linux only takes about 10 seconds to be ready to use and there's next to no wait time to load the programs I regularly use.

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CORSAIR CSM Series CS450M-NA/RF 450W ATX12V v2.4 and EPS 2.92 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Cheap, decent amount of power, Gold certification.

Cons: Dislike the plastic feeling case, it was very flimsy, but shouldn't be an issue attached to a case.

Other Thoughts: I'm liking low power PC parts lately, wanted to be able to have fewer cables in the case too.

Unfortunately to run everything I still had to plug in all the cables so the modular feature was kinda pointless for me.

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Display Name: Anonymous

Date Joined: 06/22/06

  • Reviews: 33
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  • First Review: 04/21/09
  • Last Review: 12/16/16
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