Kingston Launches KC1000 NVMe PCIe SSD in India

Kingston launched the KC1000 NVMe PCIe SSD in India; it will be available in retail and online stores in a couple of days. This PCIe SSD is 2X faster than the SATA based SSD’s and even more quickly than the mechanical hard drives. The Kingston KC1000 is the best option for gaming, video editing, data visualization and other intensive applications.

The Kingston KC1000 will come with an HHH adapter with a starting price of Rs. 16,000 for 240 GB capacity. Other capacities include 480 GB which comes at a price of Rs. 26,000 and 960 GB at a price of Rs. 51,000. The Kingston KC1000 provides up to 290,000 IOPS and supports the PCIe Gen3 x4 interface and the latest NVMe protocol.

Kingston KC1000 has a form factor of M.2 2280 with NVMe PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 lanes interface. It comes in three capacities including 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB. It comes with a sequential write speed of up to 2700/900 MB/s for the 240GB variant and up to 2700/1600 MB/s with 480GB and 960GB options.

PCMARK Vantage HDD Suite presented it with a score of 150,000 which is better than any other hard drive. Kingston provides 5 years of limited warranty with this SSD and free technical support. Kingston KC1000 weighs only 10 grams (standalone) and 76 grams with the HHHL AIC socket.

If you were looking for the fastest SSD for your gaming rig or workstation, then Kingston KC1000 is another option for you. Kingston KC1000 series is also the fastest out there right now whether you are a gamer or a graphic designer always working on heavy software.

Amit Rahi
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