Storage is an important consideration when shopping for PC components. All new computers are now being built with at least one solid-state drive (SSD). SSDs have established themselves as the new standard in the market, whether they’re meant to run your operating system or provide additional storage space for your gaming console.
This has been the case with many other components, including the solid-state drive (SSD). Demand for NVMe-based SSDs, which are both faster and more power-efficient, has skyrocketed especially during the start of the pandemic. Various factors like chip shortage and product demand contributed to the price hike, and this isn’t something that we, consumers, have full control of.
SATA SSDs with sequential read and write speeds of 2.1 GB/s and 1.7GB/s were reviewed not long ago. Today, we’re examining an NVME SSD that can deliver up to 7 GB.s red and write speeds.
Kingston KC3000 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD is the subject of today’s review. An excellent value for money, it has received a fair amount of positive feedback from various review sites. TeamGroup provided us with a unit to test and verify their claims.