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HyperX FURY 240GB SSD SATA 3 2.5-inch (7mm Height) with Adapter

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240GB
  • Form factor 2.5-inch
  • Interface SATA Rev. 3.0 (6 Gbps) with backwards compatibility to SATA Rev. 2.0
  • Capacities 120 GB and 240 GB
  • Life expectancy one million hours MTBF
  • Three-year warranty with free technical support
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Size Name: 240GB
Technical Details
BrandHyperX
Item Weight132 g
Product Dimensions7 x 0.7 x 10 cm
Item model numberSHFS37A/240G
SeriesKingston 240GB Hyperx FURY SSD SATA3 2.5
RAM Size245760 MB
Hard Drive Size240 GB
Wattage2 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB00KW3MT7W
Best Sellers Rank 3,722 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
Date First Available9 Jun. 2014
  
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Size Name: 240GB

Product Description

Kingston HyperX Fury SSD
Ideal for fast system boot-up times, application loading and file execution.

High Performance. Low Price. You Game?

HyperX FURY solid-state drive delivers impressive performance to get you into the game quickly and improve your gameplay. Ideal for desktops and notebooks, it features a slim 7 mm form factor and SandForce SF-2281 controller with SATA Rev 3.0 (6Gb/s) performance. The result is fast system boot-up, application loading, and file execution, plus fast map and level load time. Its synchronous NAND allows for high and consistent drive performance. So you're not only in the game, you're winning it.


In 120 GB and 240 GB capacities, HyperX FURY SSD is available as a stand-alone drive and is easy to install. This cost-efficient upgrade is less disruptive than buying another system to increase performance. The FURY entry-level product line from HyperX includes memory and SSDs and is designed for gamers, enthusiasts, and System Integrators who can have consistent HyperX branding for their gaming PCs.


Built with Flash memory, HyperX FURY SSD has no moving parts and is cooler, quieter, and more shock- and vibration-resistant than traditional hard drives, making it the ideal hard drive replacement. It's backed by free technical support.


Kingston HyperX Fury SSD High-Performance Entry-Level SSD
High-Performance Entry-Level SSD

With read/write speeds of 500/500 MB/s these SSDs enable fast map and level load times with increased frames per second. HyperX FURY SSDs also feature synchronous NAND for consistent high SSD performance.

Kingston HyperX Fury SSD Ideal for Desktops and Notebooks
Ideal for Desktops and Notebooks

HyperX FURY is a 2.5-inch SSD in a 7 mm form factor to fit in a wider array of systems. Ideal for slim notebooks or custom builds with limited space available.

Kingston HyperX Fury SSD Driven by a LSI SandForce Controller
Driven by a LSI SandForce Controller

Featuring a proven SandForce controller with SATA Rev 3.0 (6Gb/s) performance HyperX FURY SSDs will keep you in the game.

Kingston HyperX Fury SSD 3-year Warranty with Free Technical Support
Free Technical Support

When you spend that much time building your ideal system, make sure your SSD lasts. With HyperX SSDs you get free technical support to help you out if you're in a tight spot.

Kingston HyperX Fury SSD Cool and Quiet System Upgrade
Cool and Quiet System Upgrade

With no moving parts the HyperX FURY is a cool, quiet, and durable drive to push your system to the limits.

Kingston HyperX Fury SSD From HyperX, a Leader in eSports
From HyperX, a Leader in eSports

HyperX supports some of the best gaming teams in the world. While you might not be a pro yet, you can certainly game with the same equipment they do.

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HyperX Fury
Capacities 60 GB, 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB 60 GB, 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB 60 GB, 120 GB, 180 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB 120 GB, 240 GB
Read Speed Up to 450 MB/s 60 GB: up to 550 MB/s
120 GB: up to 550 MB/s
240 GB: up to 540 MB/s
480 GB: up to 530 MB/s
Up to 525 MB/s 120 GB, 240 GB: up to 555 MB/s
480 GB: up to 540 MB/s
Up to 500 MB/s
Write Speed Up to 450 MB/s 60 GB: up to 520 MB/s
120 GB: up to 520 MB/s
240 GB: up to 530 MB/s
480 GB: up to 340 MB/s
Up to 500 MB/s 120 GB, 240 GB: up to 510 MB/s
480 GB: up to 450 MB/s
Up to 500 MB/s
IOPS - random 4k read 60 GB: up to 85,000 IOPS
120 GB: up to 85,000 IOPS
240 GB: up to 85,000 IOPS
480 GB: up to 73,000 IOPS
60 GB: up to 14,000 IOPS
120 GB: up to 17,000 IOPS
240 GB: up to 21,000 IOPS
480 GB: up to 21,000 IOPS
60GB: up to 10,500 IOPS
120GB: up to 17,000 IOPS
180GB: up to 32,000 IOPS
240GB: up to 32,000 IOPS
480GB: up to 47,000 IOPS
120 GB: up to 24,000 IOPS
240 GB: up to 45,000 IOPS
480 GB: up to 50,000 IOPS
120GB: up to 11,500
240GB: up to 22,500
IOPS - random 4k write 60 GB: up to 60,000 IOPS
120 GB: up to 55,000 IOPS
240 GB: up to 43,000 IPOS 480 GB: up to 28,000 IOPS
60 GB: up to 77,000 IOPS
120 GB: up to 45,000 IOPS
240 GB: up to 41,000 IOPS
480 GB: up to 13,000 IOPS
60GB: up to 64,000 IOPS
120GB: up to 64,000 IOPS
180GB: up to 56,000 IOPS
240GB: up to 56,000 IOPS
480GB: up to 22,000 IOPS
120 GB: 79,000 IOPS
240 GB: up to 69,000 IOPS
480 GB: up to 22,000 IOPS
120GB: up to 52,000 IOPS
240GB: up to 41,000 IOPS
TRIM support Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Form Factor 2.5" 1.8" 2.5" 2.5" 2.5"
Drive Weight 88 grams (+/- 2 grams) 27.43 grams (+/- 2 grams) 60 GB - 240 GB: 86 grams (+/- 2 grams)
480 GB: 92.3 grams (+/- 2 grams)
97 grams (+/- 2 grams) 90.3 grams (+/- 2 grams)
Drive Dimensions 69.8 mm x 100.1 mm x 7 mm 78.5 mm x 54 mm x 5 mm 69.8 mm x 100.1 mm x 7.0 mm 69.85 mm x 100 mm x 9.5 mm 69.8mm x 100.1mm x 7mm

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1x 240GB HyperX FURY SSD

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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By R. Stevens on 26 Aug. 2014
Size Name: 120GB Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Despite this SDD [Solid State Drive] being SATA III (6Gb/s) capable, I actually chose to plug it into a 5 year old laptop which could only support SATA II (3Gb/s). Running a benchmark on the drive once installed produced read/write performance almost exactly half that of benchmarks for this drive published online, therefore I can safely conclude that the online values for SATA III capable PCs are on the money.

Comparing it to my current favourite SSD manufacturer, Samsung, produced some very honest results. Samsung's direct competitor to the Kingston Hyper X Fury is the 120GB 840 EVO, which is slightly more expensive (at least on Amazon). As if to mirror this, the 840's performance is slightly higher in general, beating the Kingston on read accesses but level pegging on write access times (non-technical translation; the Hyper X is better at saving files than it is at opening them). The one area where the Hyper X shows exceptional performance is in sequential writes, which makes it better when, say, copying larger files, like video.

In fact read access is the Kingston's Achilles' heel, with poor performance on both short (4k) and sequential reads (at least compared to the 840 EVO, which is, after all, a very good SSD). This is a little strange for a drive targeting gamers (though admittedly on a budget) since this is probably where you'd get your most significant performance gains while playing.

So, objectively the Kingston Hyper X is a good performer at its price point and subjectively you'd probably not notice the difference between the Hyper X and the 840 EVO. So far, so good.

Where you do notice the difference is when replacing an old 5400/7200rpm HDD [Hard Disk Drive] with a modern SSD.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Prof TBun on 21 Aug. 2014
Size Name: 120GB Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
All you need to know is that this is a reliable and easy to install upgrade over a convential HDD. That's what the HyperX Fury is. The precise numbers don't matter too much because we all know this is a stop gap purchase and with the pace of technological improvement it will be superceded by something faster and possibly cheaper in no time at all. It seems like just yesterday that I was storing my thesis on artificial intellegence onto audio tape and some of my fellow students were still using punched cards.

For most people this entry level SSD should be adequate. Kingston is a name that you trust, I would not touch a generic SSD with a barge pole. To my mind disk storage remains the lowest priority hardware item when building a machine, when on a tight budget. The jump between HHD and SSD is significant, but the difference between different SSDs you may not appreciate.

This drive is promoted to gamers, but anyone regularly using multimedia applications should also find it worthwhile, especially with the ever growing inefficiencies of Windoze. In addition to the speed gains, an SSD should be more reliable than an HHD, It is possible that they are more vulnerable to a power supply blowing up, but if you invest in a reputable power supply, that should never happen.

A worthwhile upgrade compared with any HDD, that should meet the requirements of most home users.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James on 27 Nov. 2014
Size Name: 120GB Verified Purchase
In my time using this drive, I haven't found any issues. I had over 83GB left after installing Windows 8.1 Pro so I also put Minecraft on there. I probably won't load it up with other games, as that's not what 120GB SSDs are for, but it's definitely fast. It may not have the same 4k random read/write speeds as other drives on the market, but the difference in real time between loading Windows and whatever else you have on there, probably won't be noticeable. Why pay more when you can have a good quality drive for less? I went for this over an 840 Evo and I'm very happy with it.
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I got this in the sales to replace an old SATA600 64GB 2-year old SSD that was getting quite full.

It uses a SandForce controller - thus it does better with compressible data than compressed (e.g. encrypted, videos, music) and the benchmark results vary accordingly; some people swear by it some at it. I have no problem with it so far for and I doubt most people would have either - but some applications (e.g. full disk encryption, video scratch disk, etc.) may suit it.

It has no trouble saturating SATA600 for read and decent write speed, especially with compressible data.

Most SSDs today are just fine and it's a matter of price, at the offer price I would have bought anything (except Kingston's V300 with switched low-performance flash) so it all depends on price...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sunil Neelesh on 24 Nov. 2014
Size Name: 120GB Verified Purchase
I managed to get this SSD for cheap with the Christmas deal. For the price I paid for it was worth it but there are much faster SSD such as Samsung pro SSD. This is much slower but I just can't believe I paid so little for this product.
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I've purchased this SSD as it was on offer and wanted to swap the HDD in my laptop to an SSD. It works great, there's a huge difference in performance - most noticeably the boot up time. However as I do have a desktop and I can compare to the SSD I have in there, I feel like I should say that it's not the fastest SSD around. Now bare in mind it wasn't as expensive either. If you're looking for a budget SSD to upgrade your old HDD to gain some increase in performance - go for it, it's a great bang for your buck. But if you want to build the fastest computer around... well you can still go for this one, but I'd say you should check some of the more expensive ones.
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