What memory type installed in KC1000 (960Gb) produced by Kingston and another specifications read below on this site.
Kingston's 960Gb KC1000 NVMe use Phison PS5007-E7. The NVMe SSD write a data location map on Dynamic-Random Access Memory Kingston 2 X 512MB to open a files faster. The KC1000 comes equipped with Toshiba MLC memory. SSD also available in 480 Gb and 240 Gb capacities.
Performance and benchmarks
Storage works on PCIe M.2 or PCIe 3.0 x 4 expansion standard with sequential read speeds 2700 Mbps, and maximum write speeds equals to 1600 Mbps. KC1000 has input/output performance 290000 on reading and 190000 on writing operations per second.
Endurance and warranty
Manufacturer provide 5 years of warranty limited by 101 Total Bytes Written. The KC1000 has 2 million hours MTBF.
|Interface||M.2 or PCIe 3.0 x 4|
|Memory type||Toshiba MLC|
|DRAM||Kingston 2 X 512MB|
|Read speed (Mb/s)||2700|
|Write speed (Mb/s)||1600|
|MTBF (million hours)||2|
Kingston KC1000 960Gb use previous bus standard that is significantly slower than PCIe 4. The maximum write speed is 1600 Mb/s, that is slower than has most of competitors. The SSD has endurance 101 TBW, that is not very much in comparison with rivals. After evaluating all the facts, Kingston KC1000 960Gb has more cons and our site strongly do not recommend to purchase it.
- Slow writing speed
- PCIe 3.0
- Writing speed
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Kingston SSD NVMe PCIe 240GB - 960GB KC1000