Kingston NOW 200 V+ Benchmark – The results

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The Kingston NOW 200 V+ is the new series of SSD’s with 6GB/s from Kingston (find it here). If you wanna know if this series can compete with the HyperX series from Kingston go on in reading this article.

 

Introduction

Even if those new SSDs with the addition of V + gives hope of much more performance on the SSD market, they are not classified as high-performer from Kingston. Kingston classifies this disks as an SSD with optimal price-performance ratio, energy efficiency and a long lifetime. Kingston set the SSD 200 Now+ for business usage on the market. Buisiness users shall get a cheap possibility to get a step in the SSD market. May we call them the big brothers of the 100NOW+ series, which are manufactured for the private use.

Test method of the Kingston NOW 200 V+

 

To give you a clue of the SSD-Power we did our test with different benchmark-tools
A list of all tools which we use for our tests can be find here on our site.

 

The result

AS SSD Benchmark – Artificial Test

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Crystal Disk Mark – Artificial Test

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AS SSD Benchmark – Artificial Test

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Atto Disk Benchmark – write – read test

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Atto Disk Benchmark – write – read test with multi access

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The Conclusion

The SSD NOW 200 V+ is a really midfield player. It is a perfect starter ssd, for every body, who needs a SSD for the business or private usage, with no ambition to use the hardware for extremely high performance works.

 

 

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