Kingston NV1 review – a PCIe NVMe M2 SSD the fastest one!
Ever since the SSD are invented the PC or laptops have seen a drastic changes in the performance and longevity of devices in performance. Today we have the Kingston NV1 SSD to review.
|Form Factor||M.2 2280|
|Interface||NVMe™ PCIe Gen 3.0 x 4 Lanes|
|Capacities||500GB, 1TB, 2TB|
|Sequential Read/Write||2100/1700MB/s (all capacities)|
|Endurance||500GB – 120TBW|
1000GB – 240TBW
2000GB – 480TBW
|Power Consumption||500GB: 5mW Idle / 205mW Avg / 1.1W (MAX) Read / 3.3W (MAX) Write|
1000GB: 5mW Idle / 220mW Avg / 1.1W (MAX) Read / 3.3W (MAX) Write
2000GB: 5mW Idle / 340mW Avg / 1.1W (MAX) Read / 3.3W (MAX) Write
|Dimensions||22mm x 80mm x 2.1mm|
|Weight||7g (All capacities)|
|Vibration Operating||2.17G (7-800 Hz)|
|Vibration Non-operating||20G (20-1000Hz)|
|Warranty/Support||Limited 3-year warranty with free technical support|
Kingston NV1 SSD performance
When the drive was connected and formatted it reported the space of 465.76GB. So, when you connect the 500GB one you’ll get such space.
We ran CrystalDiskMark 6, The sequential read was 2552 MBps and 1958 MBps read score. It is definitely higher. The company claims 35x to the 7200 RPM hard disk. I will say some how they are correct where 7200 RPM hdd gets 175.8/143 speed rating with the crystal disk mark.
We faced some issue while getting the diagnostic data. or any security related option with the drive.
Its an amazing entry level and inexpensive upgrade to the laptop/ desktop which supports M2 SSDs. The performance will rocket up for the laptop for sure.
500GB: Rs. 5,499
1TB: Rs. 9,499
2TB: Rs. 24,500