I love it, the Kingston Digital A400 SSD 960GB SATA 3 2.5″ Solid State Drive is fast! They do degrade as time passes, so some warning to all buyers if you buy a smaller storage drive like this one. It’s best to buy a drive that suits your needs. So, I use the Kingston Digital A400 SSD 960GB SATA 3 2.5″ Solid State Drive for a bit of light video gaming, and internet browsing on my Linux Operating System. My 5-year-old Dell Inspiron 660 desktop need something quicker drive wise.
So, you might ask what do you mean degrade? Well to place it short if you buy a Kingston Digital A400 SSD 960GB SATA 3 2.5″ Solid State Drive and you possess a whole lot of data to end up being transferred it isn’t recommended for you to fill the drive because of the allocation approach to SSD’s and just how they move around storage space and how they operate. If you have a lot of photos, films etc it’s wise to buy a larger model. If you remain below 60% of the drives capacity, you will be the safe zone. They state in news articles up to 80%, but I don’t advise that. If you have 70GB of data, this will work wonderful for you. Any more, then you will have to get yourself a bigger drive, and it will last way longer.
The Kingston Digital A400 SSD 960GB SATA 3 2.5″ Solid State Drive works great right out of the box. (that was well packaged and protected I might add!) I am incredibly satisfied with this purchase and would recommend it to everyone that would like to upgrade an older computer. I’ve tried the Kingston Digital A400 SSD 960GB SATA 3 2.5″ Solid State Drive in an external USB 3.0 case on multiple computers and it recognised it immediately and now its installed in my older netbook. In fact, it is doubling its quickness at almost everything.
So ultimately final verdict the purchase price is best, and for what I want this for it’s perfect. Great value and is top quality. No problems. It runs without any issues.