Kingston hyperx savage 120gb


SSD диск Savage SATA 3 – 120–960 Гб | HyperX

Высокая производительность, непревзойденный дизайн.

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Твердотельный накопитель HyperX® Savage обеспечивают высокую производительность для требовательных пользователей. Самый быстрый твердотельный SATA-накопитель HyperX SSD с 4-ядерным и 8-канальным контроллером Phison S10, который обеспечивает невероятную скорость – до 560 Мб/с (чтение) и 530 Мб/с (запись) с отношением числа операций ввода-вывода в секунду (IOPS) 100000/89000 (чтение/запись). Результат – эффективная работа в многозадачном режиме и повышение скорости работы системы в целом с сохранением высоких рабочих характеристик даже при заполнении накопителя. Благодаря низкому профилю и толщине всего 7 мм, HyperX Savage SSD может устанавливаться в большинстве ноутбуков, настольных компьютеров и ПК для домашних кинотеатров (HTPC).

  • Производительность — потрясающая скорость работы обеспечивает высокую продуктивность
  • Уникальный дизайн — яркий красный корпус специально для установки в новейших ПК
  • Тонкий профиль — толщина 7 мм для установке в большинстве настольных компьютеров и ноутбуков
  • Быстрота и простота миграции — полный комплект с всеми необходимыми аксессуарами HyperX, включая отвертку и корпус с интерфейсом USB 3.0 для более простой установки
  • Гарантия — трехлетняя гарантия и бесплатная техническая поддержка
  • Технические характеристики
  • Часто задаваемые вопросы о твердотельных накопителях

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Kingston HyperX Savage 120 GB SSD İncelemesi

Kingston SSD serilerini yenileyerek SATA bağlantılı SSD ailesinin en üstüne Savage serisini yerleştirdi. Savage ailesi SSD’ler 120, 240, 480 ve 960 GB kapasitelerde sunuluyor. Hepsinde yeni nesil Phison PS3110-S10-X kontrolcü kullanılıyor. İncelememizde kullanılan teknolojilere, performans ve ek kutu içeriği ile yazılıma yakından bakıyoruz. İyi seyirler dileriz…

00:10 – Kingston’un HyperX SSD ailesinde Fury, 3K ve Savage’ın farkı nedir? 01:05 – HyperX Predator serisinin farkı nedir? 01:49 – HyperX Savage’ın kutusuna ve kutu içeriğine yakından bakıyoruz. 7 – 9 mm adaptörü, 3.5 mm adaptörü, vidalar, Acronis True Image yazılım kuponu bulunuyor. 04:01 – SHSS37A modelini inceliyoruz. Kodları görebilirsiniz. 120 -240- 480 ve 960 GB Savage fiyatlarını inceleme tarihinde kontrol ederek farklı mağazaların ortalaması olarak verdik ancak mutlaka güncel bir fiyat araması yapmanızı tavsiye ederiz. 04:55 – Savage serisinin tasarımına bakıyoruz. 05:14 – Söküm sonrası PCB ve üzerindeki kontrolcüye, RAM’e ve bellek modüllerine yakından bakıyoruz.

06:00 – PS3110-S10-X kontrolcü ve sunulan ek özellikler:

  • SmartECC
  • SmartFlush
  • Static and Dynamic Wear Leveling
  • Data Path Protection
  • AES 256 bit ve OPAL 2.0

Bu özelliklere baktığımızda Kingston’un Savage’ı sadece yüksek performans isteyen oyunculara ya da genel kullanıcılara değil, profesyonellere yönelik olarak da tasarladığını görüyoruz.

07:00- Resmi performans verileri ve 120’den 960’a okuma ve yazma hızları. 07:39 – 256 MB 1600 MHz CL11 RAM. 07:55 – 19nm MLC modüller kullanılıyor.

08:15 – Test sistemimiz…

09:00 – CrystalDiskMark testi ile sıralı ve rastgele değerleri ölçüyoruz. 09:33 – Test sonuçları resmi değerlere uyuyor. 120 Gb ile daha yüksek kapasiteli modellerin yazma hızının farklı olduğunun altını çizelim. Performans değerleri artık SATA arabiriminin limitine ulaşıyor. 12:00 – IOPS değerleri mekanik disklere göre en önemli fark. IOPS nedir? 12:52 – Sabit diskten ya da SSD’den SSD’ye geçmek isteyenler için Acronis True Image yazılımı kutu içerisinde kupon olarak ücretsiz sunuluyor. www.kington.com/cloning sayfasından indirebilirsiniz. 14:30 – Yazılımı indirmek. 14:42 – Kurulum işlemi. 15:30 – Başlatıyoruz. Etkinleştirme işlemi için kayıt olacağız. 16:15 – Kayıttan sonra uzun anahtar e-postamıza geliyor ve etkinleştiriyoruz. 16:35 – Clone Disk ile veri kaybetmeden diski bire bir kopyalama ve aktarma işlemini uyguluyoruz. Siz de bu şekilde işletim sisteminizi, programlarınızı ve dosyalarınızı kaybetmeden SSD’ye geçebilirsiniz. Son derece güvenli bir işlem ancak garanti olsun diye verilerinizi yedeklemenizde fayda var. 18:40 – Dosyalar sığmazsa bazı klasörleri kopyalamamayı seçebilirsiniz. 19:10 – Restart sonrası işlem başlıyor.

19:55 – Clone işlemini yaptığımız diskten Boot ettik yani işlem başarılı ve sistemimiz hiç bir aksama olmadan, fark olmadan çalışıyor.

20:35 – Sonuç değerlendirme.

HyperX Savage serisi, SATA üzerinden kullanabileceğiniz en yüksek performans sunan Kingston SSD’leri barındırıyor. Kapasite farkı olmadan bu serideki bütün SSD’ler limitlere dayanan okuma hızı sunuyor. 4K performansı yüksek. Bu bağlamda oyun ve uygulama yükleme performansına muazzam bir katkı sağlıyor. Profesyonel çalışmalarda kapasite ve veri yazma hızı önem kazandığı için 240 GB Savage SSD’yi tavsiye ediyoruz.

Acronis Yazılımları için:

Etiketler: 120 GBacronishyperxHyperX SavageincelemekingstonPhisonSSD

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Kingston HyperX Savage 120GB (SHSS37A/120G)

Соотношение цена/качество 28
Номинальная емкость 120 Гбайт
Измеренная емкость 111,8 Гбайт
Интерфейс SATA 600
Контроллер Phison PS3110-S10
Тип микросхем памяти MLC
Объем кеш -
Средняя скорость чтения (сжимаемые данные) 548 Мбайт/с
Средняя скорость чтения (несжимаемые данные) 548 Мбайт/с
Средняя скорость записи (сжимаемые данные) 348 Мбайт/с
Средняя скорость записи (несжимаемые данные) 321 Мбайт/с
Средне время доступа при чтении 0,091 мс;
Среднее время доступа при записи 0,087 мс;
IOPS (чтение блоками по 512 Байт) 11.045 операций/с
IOPS (чтение блоками по 4096 Байт) 10.857 операций/с
IOPS (запись блоками по 512 Байт) 11.491 операций/с
IOPS (запись блоками по 4096 Байт) 10.174 операций/с
Версия прошивки при тестировании SAFM00.r
Скорость передачи данных при чтении (80%)
Скорость передачи данных при записи (20%)

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UserBenchmark: HyperX Savage 120GB SHSS37A/120G

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Savage 120GBHyperX  £70Bench 86%, 3,695 samples1x
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Kingston HyperX Savage EXO Review: Fast Flash In A Slim Package

Today, we take a look at Kingston’s latest USB 3.1 Gen 2 external SSD. The HyperX Savage EXO delivers up to 500/480 MB/s of sequential read/write throughput to help expedite your file transfers and game load times, and the edgy design looks good while it's doing it. Perhaps most importantly, it's compatible with game consoles like the Xbox One and PS4. But the specifications only paint part of the performance picture. Poor real-world write performance taints our outlook on this new external, although competitive pricing helps offset some of the drive's shortcomings.

  • Edgy aesthetics with a slim & lightweight profile
  • USB 3.1 Gen 2 interface
  • Sequential read performance
  • Both USB Type A and Type C cables included
  • Poor real-world file write performance

The HyperX Savage EXO isn't quite the savage HyperX makes it out to be, but its strong read performance and fairly competitive pricing makes it an excellent game drive for PC and console gamers. The killer looks are a big plus, too.

High-speed Thunderbolt 3 NVMe external SSDs are coming to market, like the Samsung X5 and Patriot Evlvr we just reviewed. That makes it easy to overlook the other mainstream drives, but new external SSDs with the latest USB 3.1 Gen 2 interface are making their way to market with exceptional performance for the size and price.

The HyperX team has expanded its product lines greatly since their launch all the way back in 2002. Today, HyperX delivers gamer-focused products, like gaming headsets, keyboards, mouse pads, mice, and obviously RAM and storage products, that the company says offer the best quality and reliability available.

We just had to take a look for ourselves when we got wind of a new high-performance external SSD using the latest USB interface at CES 2018. Nearly ten months later, we finally have the chance. Unlike the new Thunderbolt 3 devices, the Savage EXO isn't designed only for traditional PC gamers that want fast flash storage – console gamers can take advantage of its flash goodness, too.

HyperX designed the Savage EXO for a range of applications, including expanding the storage of a game console and speeding gaming installs. The company also claims the drive will help “deliver 20% faster load times” than an HDD for a more fluid gaming experience, but that speed does come with a significant price premium over much cheaper and more capacious HDDs.

Specifications

ProductSavage EXO 480GBSavage EXO 960GB
Pricing $127.99$249.99
Capacity (User / Raw)480GB / 512GB960GB / 1024GB
Form Factor123.82 x 48.61 x 10.24mm123.82 x 48.61 x 10.24mm
Interface / ProtocolUSB 3.1 Gen 2 Type CUSB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C
Controller??
DRAM??
MemoryBiCS3 64L TLCBiCS3 64L TLC
Sequential Read500 MB/s500 MB/s
Sequential Write480 MB/s480 MB/s
EncryptionN/AN/A
EnduranceN/AN/A
Part NumberSHSX100/480GSHSX100/960G
Warranty3-Years3-Years

HyperX’s Savage EXO delivers up to 500/480 MB/s of sequential read/write throughput over its USB 3.1 Gen 2 interface. The SSDs are currently available in 480GB and 960GB capacities at prices of $127.99 and $249.99, respectively. Like many external SSDs, the Savage EXO does not have an endurance restriction that limits the three-year warranty. It also comes with free technical support over the warranty period.

HyperX rates the drive with a maximum power draw up to 4.5W. That shouldn’t be a problem for most USB 3.0 ports, but the power consumption is at the specification’s maximum limit.

In addition to game console compatibility, drive support starts at Windows 7 (SP1), Mac OS X 10.9, and Linux 2.6x (and newer versions). For testing, we formatted the drive with NTFS to take advantage of TRIM in our Windows test environment. TRIM keeps performance snappy even after extended use and works flawlessly with the drive.

Closer Look

The Savage EXO has a single USB Type C port. The white indicator light shows when the device is active. Kingston includes two one-foot USB cables and a HyperX sticker in the box. One of the included cables is USB Type C to C, and the other is USB Type C to A. 

The drive measures 123.82 x 48.61 x 10.24mm and weighs in at just 56 grams, making it a very small and lightweight external. We couldn’t pry open the case to get the controller information without destroying the drive, but we know the internal SSD uses Toshiba's BiCS3 64-layer TLC flash.

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We pitted the HyperX Savage EXO against the high-end Thunderbolt 3 Patriot Evlvr 1TB and 1TB Samsung X5 drives. We also included the 1TB SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD, which is another USB 3.1 Gen 2 product with similar specs, and an older Samsung T1. Finally, we included our USB 3.0 DIY WD Blue 3D SSD and HDD. 

ATTO

ATTO is a simple and free application that SSD vendors commonly use to assign sequential performance specifications to their products. It also gives us insight into how the device handles different file sizes.

The Savage EXO delivered a peak of 547/525 MB/s of sequential read/write throughput. The SanDisk Extreme led slightly during the small-file read and write tests.

CrystalDiskMark

CrystalDiskMark (CDM) is a simple and easy to use file benchmarking tool that many storage vendors use to assign specs to their products.

The Savage EXO provided middling performance during our sequential read and write tests at a queue depth (QD) of 32. We also tested with a lighter QD1 load that is more representative of real-world performance. The Savage EXO outperformed the Samsung Extreme slightly during those light sequential read tests, but the roles reversed during the QD1 write test.

Random performance, on the other hand, wasn't as impressive. The Savage EXO lagged even the much smaller and multiple-generations old Samsung T1. The Thunderbolt 3-based devices also opened up a sizable lead due to their faster interface and protocol.

Transfer Rates – DiskBench

We use the DiskBench storage benchmarking tool to test file transfer performance with our own custom block of real data. We test external drives with three file transfers that consist of 25GB of photos (10GB of iPhone jpgs and 15GB of RAW photos), 50GB of movies, and 25GB of documents. First, we transfer each folder from a 1TB NVMe SSD to the external device; then we follow up by reading a 3.7GB 7-zip file and a 15GB movie back from the device.

The HyperX Savage EXO showed its true colors during our real-world file transfer tests. While it was faster than the HDD in all three tests, it ranked last among the SSDs by a fairly large margin.

The Savage EXO was actually quite savage during the read tests, though. It surpassed the other USB-based drives, even the SanDisk Extreme, and delivered an average read speed of 475 MB/s in both our read tests.

Trace Testing – PCMark 8 Storage Test 2.0

PCMark 8 is a trace-based benchmark that uses Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, World of Warcraft, and Battlefield 3 to measure the performance of storage devices in real-world scenarios

HyperX’s Savage EXO outstripped both of the DIY WD Blue externals but trailed the SanDisk Extreme and older Samsung T1. It should go without saying that Thunderbolt devices are still in a league of their own compared to USB.

Write Saturation and Temperature

Write speed and temperature are two important and inter-related metrics for external devices. We threw in one last test to measure the performance of the Patriot Evlvr over the course of 15 minutes of writing to the full span of the drive. We logged the temperature of the drive via the S.M.A.R.T. data to see when (or if) thermal throttling kicks in and how it impacts performance. This test also reveals if the drive has an SLC cache, which is a small portion of fast flash that absorbs incoming write workloads. Bear in mind that results will vary based on the workload and ambient air temperature.

The Savage EXO comes with a stingy ~3GB performance-boosting SLC write cache. Sequential write performance plummets from over 500MB/s to just 166MB/s after the workload saturates the tiny cache.

The temperature reading remained rather static for most of this test. That's because the Savage EXO's SMART data doesn’t actively update when the drive is being read or written to–instead it only updates periodically. That means our measurements aren't as granular as we would like.

The EXO's temperature jumped to 50C around the 200-second mark, where it remained for the rest of the test. After the write workload finished, our SMART data logger captured a maximum temperature of 54C. The drive cooled off quickly thereafter, so we don't think extended write workloads will trigger thermal throttling.

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