( 4.7 Average / 21 Ratings )
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120gb is pretty small, but its fast and functional.
Fast, slim, and cool to say that you have it in a $400 PC. Doesn't hold much. though.
Used the SSD to install Windows 10 and some other essentials. It was the cheapest 120Gb SSD when purchased. I also think it looks cool.
Meh... not great but not horrible for what it is. I've had faster sata SSD's and its significantly slower than any NVME SSD I've used but for the price it serves its purpose as an OS drive. This part will be upgraded in the near future to an NVME SSD.
Good balance between price, performance and space!
Cheap and fast. Next time I would probably opt for a 256 next time.
Great SSD IMO. I have never had one before so the experience ive had booting up windows, and loading my steam games is crazy. Restarting the computer takes 10 seconds to get back to my desktop screen. Cant complain one bit.. will probably get more in the future.
Very fast at start up. I was hesitant on getting an SSD because the prices were still a little high for me, but it is well worth it even if just to boot up your computer. This drive works well with no problems.
Kingston A400 120GB SSD - I intended to use this as the Drive for my Hackintosh however I was not able to get Mac OS to boot during install I believe there is an issue with the 8th gen chips. If anyone can provide any insight on this, I would greatly appreciate it.
I went with a SSD for speed purposes like everyone else. Kingston was selling one of the cheapest ones at $50. I could have went with Adata SSD for a few dollars cheaper, but when it comes down to small dollar amount differences like that I like to stick with the more reputable named brand one as in this case.