Posts Tagged Kingston Technology

Kingston SM2280S3 120GB M.2 2280 SATA SSD Review

Kingston M.2 2280 120GB PCIE SSD Review 8

The new Intel M.2 interface is the newest storage interface featured on motherboards that is directly connected to the PCI Express bus, supports higher capacity SSDs, and has potential for better bandwidth over the older generation mSATA. The M.2 interface supports M.2 PCIe SSDs and M.2 SATA SSDs. However, some motherboards only support one while other boards support both. That …

Kingston HyperX Fury 240GB SATA SSD Reviewed

Kingston HyperX Fury 240GB SSD Review 9

Not too long ago, it seemed like SSD pricing would never reach mass market affordable levels. Now we’re finally seeing SSD prices below 50 cents a GB, making it a great time to buy. 240GB SSDs seem to be the sweet spot for many builds, and can be found for under $120 US. For those looking for larger dries, even …

Kingston HyperX Cloud Gaming Headset Review

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When it comes to video games, three attributes sell the game: audio, graphics, and game play. However, I’ve found that many game developers really focus on the graphics and game play more so than the audio. It’s such a shame when you miss the full game’s experience due to dull, uneventful, or canned game audio. In fact, I find that …

Kingston Technology E50 Enterprise 240GB SSD Reviewed

Kingston E50 240GB Enterprise SSD 9

There are two markets utilizing SSDs; regular and enterprise consumers. Desktop users expect SSDs to last at least the same, if not longer, than platter based drives. On the other hand, when it comes to wear leveling, reliability, and performance, enterprise pros expect more including a certain level of security. For these reasons, enterprise solid state drives tend to cost …

Team Futurelooks is at LANcouver 2013

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LANcouver is back and we’re spending all weekend hanging out with gamers at this EPIC LAN party that has been graciously hosted by NCIX at their HQ in Richmond, BC, Canada. Leading the sponsor charge are Tier 1 sponsors, ASUS and BenQ with all your other favourite companies falling in behind including InWin, BitFenix, CORSAIR and NETGEAR (who also supplied …