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Kingston SV200 SATA3 2.5 7mm 64GB Solid State Drive

by Kingston
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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  • Faster boosts systems and applications faster.
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  • Runs cool and silent
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Technical Details
Item Weight68 g
Product Dimensions17.8 x 22.9 x 6 cm
Item model numberSV200S37A/64G
RAM Size64 GB
Hard Drive Size64 GB
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Best Sellers Rank 84,849 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight136 g
Date First Available10 Nov 2011

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Kingston SSD

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w/Adpr 7mm

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4.0 out of 5 stars Cheap and a good one:] 23 Oct 2012
By Mike
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I've got this SSD for over a year and it works well. A basic and cheap SSD just to keep the OS running fast with a place for some software and 1-2 games installed.
The PC runs and loads a lot faster now, totally recommend for the OS:]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Kingston v200 64gb ssd 13 Mar 2012
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New addition to my Set up
my system
asusm4a88td-m evo usb 3
amd phenom x6 1055t
xt3d Amd radeon 6950 1gb
Corsair H80 Liquid cooler
W D 1tb hdd
Windows 7 home perm 64 bit
OCZ mod x stream-pro 600 watt psu
Max Zero 8 fan Controller
Icute 120 case

this drive will be my windows 7 disc only fast loading (took just 20 minute to load the operating system from the disc very good so far runs silent as you would expected with no moving parts
windows 7 takes about 40seconds to load but if used in a laptop think you should buy at least 128GB version disc space at a premium here (windows can use up to 40 GB with hibernation mode no)?but i have no problems because all my files are on 2 hdd
great drive good price
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not suited for all applications 10 Aug 2013
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I messed up with this badly, in summary:
1) not for encrypted drives
2) don't UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES low-level format/blank one of these (I broke one this way)
3) runs warm so DOES need air cooling

Probably would be okay as removable/USB caddy style.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Nothing included to get started. 8 Sep 2012
By Vince
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Although the description stated: "Kits include cables, brackets, cloning software, hard disk drive enclosure and installation DVD - everything needed to get started" there was NOTHING else supplied other than the SSD. Incredibly disappointing and misleading. I have had a similar experience of being mislead by DABS over a Samsung SSD and thus returned the item, so will be doing the same with this as unable to proceed and install it in the laptop for which it was purchased. I checked and reassured myself everything WOULD be included before ordering because of this previous experience, only to be let down again.
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Amazon.com: 3.6 out of 5 stars  44 reviews
26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Second time's a charm for Kingston 6 July 2012
By David Field - Published on Amazon.com
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There's a story behind this SSD.

Kingston wouldn't be proud of it, but the truth is that almost every manufacturer of SSD has had the same problem. You'll notice that most makers of SSDs started in the RAM market. Technically that's an easy market - all you need to do is buy up a big manufacturer's surplus RAM chips, put them on a RAM PCB, and hope you'll make a profit.

But SSDs are a different proposition. Yes, you get memory chips, and yes, you sell the completed circuits, but in addition to the chips is a controller and this requires software. In the hurry to get newer and better SSDs on the market, sometimes the controller software isn't as good as it could be.

That's what happened at the initial release of this SSD. However, Kingston had another crack at the software, and managed to make an SSD that was faster and more reliable. The trouble was that people who'd bought the SSD when it first appeared submitted poor reviews. When you looked at the reviews, you could be excused for thinking that the current product performed the same.

So when the SSD came, I copied my C: drive to it and used it to start the system. I didn't time anything, but it seemed just as fast as my Corsair GT drive. I ran tests on it, and found that the performance was right up there with the SanDisk and Corsair SSDs. So, Kingston got it right, but of course you'd never know from the earlier reviews.

All my remarks about other SSDs apply to this one. If you don't have an SSD, get one as soon as possible. Scan sites like Dealnews for the best price, Google "optimize SSD" to get the most capacity, and you'll have a much faster computer experience. I now have Widows 8 64-bit, with the full Microsoft Office 2010, Photoshop 6, Reason, and Skyrim in 40GB. Also in that 40GB is Corel Draw X6.

I'd imagine that a 120GB SSD (like this one) would fit most people's lifestyle. If you exceed that, you put the lesser-used applications on your hard drive, and obviously files don't need to be on the SSD. My photos and MP3s are on the hard drive, because you may take an extra half-a-second to retrieve them, but then you spend many minutes editing the photos or listening to the MP3s.

So I'll say it again. A Solid State Disk will probably be the most apparent upgrade to your computer. And now that Kingston is in the top tier, this drive will be a good bet.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Transformed Old Macbook Into a Fastbook. 30 July 2012
By Canis Majoris - Published on Amazon.com
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A while back, the only thing someone could really tell you on how to boost your computer would be to: "Put some RAM in it". While that was sort of the case, you never really saw a marginal boost in speed rather you would see less 'resource hogging', or freezing. What everyone really wanted was programs to open when we click on them, the moment we executed it, and for things to operate as close to our 'speed of thought'. Now we can ditch the 'RAM upgrade' and get to real advice. Get an SSD.

--Quick Thought--

Installed in 2009 Macbook and, after cloning the original Harddrive, operated much faster and had no freezing problems. Instantly took away past freezing and hang-ups all while keeping the same amount of RAM--2gb. Programs open up faster even with multiple ones running at the same time. This is a SATA III drive--which means that the data transfer rate (the communication of date from this to computer) is faster than the macbook is capable of handling. Since the Macbook is a SATA II port, it was 'dumb-downed' a bit and thus, I could not use it to its full potential. The latter is fine because the SSDNow V200 is one of the less expensive lines of Kingston SSDs, and has fit exactly what I had expected--turning an old macbook into a new one.

*Important step to do if you have OS X*
Since macs did not have native TRIM support, you will need to 'manually' adjust it when installing an SSD in an older system. To find the little program that does this, search on G-o-o-g-l-e: 'Enable TRIM on OS X'. Click the 'Enable Trim on MAC OS X 10.6.7' link. TRIM is needed for an SSD to keep it running smoothly for a longer period of time while resisting the dreaded degradation.


Did not expect much since the Macbook was from 2009, using an SATA II port, and this SSD being one of the slower ones. I was surprised that it felt as fast opening programs as does my Corsair Force GT on a SATA III port. The reason for this is because opening programs is almost universally the same on most SSDs. The difference you would notice in the different types of SSDs is when you were transferring data or reading/writing to the drive. For the latter, the SSDNow V200 will drastically underperform most of the top tier SSDs with comparable prices. I would say the performance decrease is greater than 50%.

Still much faster than any platter, traditional drive you could put in your computer.


Just plug and play. Did not have to adjust anything, and just cloned old hard drive to this one. Used a free-ware HD cloning program and encountered no problems with either step. I did have to format this drive to 'Mac OS Extended Journal' before actually installing anything on it. I was able to this because I first booted the MAC from an external HD before I cloned my old HD onto the new one.

I can report no freezing or any problems even after a few weeks of use.

The price of this SSD currently is pretty steep compared to what you can get with the same amount. Over the next few months and beyond you will see great fluctuation between SSD prices, so be careful to choose the best one for your money. Meaning, get the fastest, most reliable that fits the capabilities of your computer's port. The Kingston SSDNow has a SATA III port, but will not bottleneck the III '6 gbps' speed.

Kingston is a reputable memory manufacturer and this can be confirmed by my use of this product as it has had no errors since using it. However, when shopping for the SSD upgrade be sure to pick the best one that is in your price range.
5.0 out of 5 stars Reliable and easy to use 13 May 2013
By J. Mcdaniel - Published on Amazon.com
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Very nice SSD! Was a breeze to install and has been extremely fast and no errors! Love SSD! Recommend buying a 2.5" adapter for desktop PC installation.
4.0 out of 5 stars The speed of data in a digital age 5 April 2013
By Aaron Pierson - Published on Amazon.com
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This was almost as cool as buying the computer I plugged it into. Faster than a rocket ship. I call it rocket drive and sing rocket man whenever I turn on my rocket computer. It rocks.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow! 18 Mar 2013
By Luis Alberto Galindo Cota - Published on Amazon.com
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Windows starts in about 14 seconds, and Ubuntu in about 7 seconds.

Having the ssd has made my system incredible stable and fast, plus is very quite.
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