Kingston 120GB Solid State Drive For $17.99 From Amazon

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Kingston 120GB Solid State Drive For $17.99 From Amazon

This was selling for $25.99 before the price started to drop and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon. This has very good 4.5 star ratings from 1,200+ reviews.

  • Fast start-up, loading and file transfers
  • More reliable and durable than a hard drive
  • Multiple capacities with space for applications or a hard drive replacement
  • Capacity: 120GB, Interface: SATA Rev. 3.0 (6Gb/s) – with backwards compatibility to SATA Rev. 2.0. 120GB – 500MB/s Read and 320MB/s Write
  • Operating temperature: 0°C~70°C

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Nachum

Wow. Thanks

Totty

How do I check if this is compatible with my computer? And does this mean I can only store up to 120 GB of data on my computer with this drive?

Steven Klein

It would help me answer your question if you would tell us the brand and model of your computer.

That’s a SATA 3 drive, also compatible with SATA 2. If your computer was made in the last 10 years, it almost certainly supports SATA 2, and most likely SATA 3.

But I have to think that if you’re asking this question, you might lilacs the technical know- to copy your existing drive to this one, and install it in you PC or laptop.

This drive does only store 120GB, which is enough for many users. (How much do you use know?)

Totty

My computer is a Lenovo V330-151KB 81AX. I actually use 116 GB now but most of it is probably waste and duplicate files. I just don’t have the time to clean it up.
To install the SSD I would backup HDD onto an external drive, then put it back onto new drive once installed.
Btw, thank you steven for replying kindly with advice, instead of just bashing

Uncivil_Engineer

If you don’t use the DVD drive and you’re dead-set on getting this drive, I would consider replacing the DVD tray with a hard drive mount that installs into the DVD drive’s spot. Running Windows with a 120GB drive full up is asking for trouble. Ideally, you’d like to use this size of a drive – 120GB – for boot and most programs (C:/), and use the HDD (which is currently installed) as a data & storage drive (D:/).

Alternatively, you can also look into seeing if your laptop can support an m.2 or NVME SSD, instead of getting a new mounting bracket for this drive.

Avrohom Yosef Gross

If you have to ask whether a ssd/hdd is compatible with your pc, don’t install it have someone else!!!!!!!!!

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