1. techman0's Avatar
    I am looking for a SSD. Recently, there were so many online sales and I surfed through all that but couldn't convince my self for any of the available SSDs. I want a device that is worth my money and is from a trusted brand. So, I went to a Computer retail store near my house and investigated about some SSDs they had, as per my requirement, the sales person recommended Kingstons HyperX Fury (even though its a gaming SSD), it fulfills my criteria, but this is my first Kingston device and thus I want to be sure before I make purchase, therefore I need a feed back from a person who has actually used it, so can anyone give an input on this?
    12-01-2014 12:19 AM
  2. aximtreo's Avatar
    I would surely Bing or Google this item with reviews specifically spelled out. I've had Kingston products in the past but did not have the success I've had with SanDisk products. Remember, one good review does not make a good recommendation. I've learned that most of the reviewers on sites such as Amazon are professional reviewers that do this for a living. Just how objective can they be.
    12-01-2014 08:28 AM
  3. berty6294's Avatar
    I have never heard anything good about Kingston SSD's except for how cheap they are! I have heard many complaints, that being said I've never actually owned one and can personally attest to that. I have had, and would recommend any Crucial and SanDisk SSD as I have ONLY heard and experienced good things with them!
    12-01-2014 12:04 PM

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