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Kingston UV500, 1.92TB, 2.5" SSD, SATA III 6Gb/s, TLC 3D NAND, (520MB/sR,500MB/sW) for £163.62 Delivered With Code @ scancomputers_int /Ebay
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Kingston UV500, 1.92TB, 2.5" SSD, SATA III 6Gb/s, TLC 3D NAND, (520MB/sR,500MB/sW) for £163.62 Delivered With Code @ scancomputers_int /Ebay

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Product Overview

UV500: An Encrypted Solution for Every User
Kingston’s UV500 family of solid-state drives dramatically improves the responsiveness of your existing system with incredible boot, loading and transfer times compared to mechanical hard drives. Powered by a Marvell 88SS1074 controller combined with 3D NAND Flash for read and write speeds up to 520MB/s and 500MB/s, this SSD is 10X faster than a traditional hard drive for better performance, ultra-responsive multi-tasking and an overall faster system. UV500 provides end-to-end data protection, supports 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption and TCG Opal 2.0 security management solutions.

Kingston’s UV500 SSD dramatically improves your system’s responsiveness with incredible boot, loading and transfer times compared to mechanical hard drives. It uses a Marvell 88SS1074 controller and 3D NAND Flash to power through daily tasks and improve productivity. UV500 also provides end-to-end data protection using 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption and support for TCG Opal 2.0 security management solutions. The UV500’s available in multiple capacities from 120GB–1.92TB1 giving you options to meet your system’s needs.



Special Features
  • Ideal for Desktops and Notebooks: Comes in multiple form factors (2.5”/M.2/mSATA) to fit in a wider array of systems. It is ideal for slimmer notebooks and systems with limited space.
  • Multiple Capacities: Available in a range of capacities up to 1.92TB to meet your data storage requirements.
  • Encrypted Protection: Protect sensitive data with support for 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption and TCG Opal 2.0.
  • 10X Faster Than A Hard Drive: With incredible read/write speeds, the UV500 will not only increase performance, but can also breathe new life into older systems.
  • Next-Gen 64-layer, 3D TLC NAND
  • AES 256-bit Hardware Encryption Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) and TCG Opal 2.0
  • Available in multiple form factors (2.5”/M.2/mSATA)
  • 10X faster than a 7200RPM hard drive2
  • Multiple capacities up to 1.92TB
  • GDPR Ready
  • 5 year warranty





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What's this like compared to others?
This should be better than some of the new offerings. This is TLC not the Quad bits cells. So better speed as well as endurance. This is a bargain.
Why do they not qoute "up to " speeds , have they been forgiven for their previous NAND shenanigans .. just saying 3d nand vs quad-bit .... They've got previous ... but good price.
quote "Once the SLC cache is saturated the write speed drops to about half that of normal operation, a common issue with NAND SSD technology that doesn’t use RAM or other mechanisms to defer and optimise the writing process."
Edited by: "GwanGy" 28th Sep
GwanGy28/09/2019 09:29

Why do they not qoute "up to " speeds , have they been forgiven for their …Why do they not qoute "up to " speeds , have they been forgiven for their previous NAND shenanigans .. just saying 3d nand vs quad-bit .... They've got previous ... but good price. quote "Once the SLC cache is saturated the write speed drops to about half that of normal operation, a common issue with NAND SSD technology that doesn’t use RAM or other mechanisms to defer and optimise the writing process."


Well I don't trust them particularly! - the v300 shambles then the A400 has some reports of poor performance on later versions. I've always avoided Kingston SSDs on principle
When advertise formatted capacity? A bugbear of mine for 20 years, but a unique selling point for any brand looking to set themselves apart.
bingowings8529/09/2019 18:53

When advertise formatted capacity? A bugbear of mine for 20 years, but a …When advertise formatted capacity? A bugbear of mine for 20 years, but a unique selling point for any brand looking to set themselves apart.


What? Any brand that does that is going to shoot themselves in the foot, as they'll look like they have less storage than the competition, to the average consumer.

It should just be an advertising standard that they have to advertise formatted capacity.
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