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Kingston HyperX Savage SSD Review

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PCMark Vantage HDD Tests

PCMark Vantage is an objective hardware performance benchmark tool for PCs running 32- and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows Vista or Windows 7. PCMark Vantage is well suited for benchmarking any type of Microsoft Windows Vista/7 PC: from multimedia home entertainment systems and laptops, to dedicated workstations and high-end gaming rigs. Benchmark Reviews has decided to use the HDD Test Suite to demonstrate simulated real-world storage drive performance in this article.

PCMark Vantage runs eight different storage benchmarks, each with a specific purpose. Once testing is complete, results are given a PCMark score while and detailed results indicate actual transaction speeds. The 240GB HyperX Savage SSD produced a total PCMark Vantage (secondary) HDD Test Suite score of 58238, with specific benchmark speeds reported below:

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240GB HyperX Savage SSD PCMark Vantage Results

Our tests were conducted on an Intel P67-Express Sandy Bridge motherboard using the onboard native SATA 6Gb/s controller with 64-bit Windows 7. Because new drivers were used, this test is not comparable to past tests and may not be fairly compared to storage devices attached to other computer systems.

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In the next section, I share my review conclusion and final product rating.


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1 comment

  1. kzinti1

    “COMMENT QUESTION: Which brand of SSD do you trust most?”
    INTEL. Above all else.
    Who could possibly make a better SSD than the maker of the cpu that controls it?
    I just received a freebie from GALAX, when I ordered a GALAX GTX 980 HOF video-card from their factory.
    The SSD is their new “Gamer” series SSD and it’s 240GB.
    I haven’t had time to try it out, but it isn’t an INTEL, plus it’s also the largest SSD that GALAX makes.
    Way too small for much of anything except a few games.
    I’m waiting on my INTEL 1.2TB PCI-E SSD to arrive.
    The absolutely fastest SSD ever invented, bar none!

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