Kingston HyperX Savage SSD 240GB SHSS37A/240G
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Kingston HyperX Savage SSD 240GB SHSS37A/240G Review
- 3-year warranty
- 306TB Endurance
- USB 3.0
The Kingston HyperX Savage 240GB SSD is one of the four different variants of the HyperX Savage Series; that includes a 120GB, 480GB, and 960GB version. The HyperX series is modeled as a performance based consumer chain—designed to compete with other mid-range SSDs in the consumer market, a step up from the lower-end HyperX Fury, but a step down from the higher-end HyperX Predator.
What is the overall performance ?
The specifications of the HyperX Savage include a Phison S10 Quad-core processor, and a Toshiba A19 NAND combine to form what is a very fast SSD, with sequential read Speeds of up to 560Mb/s and Write speeds of up to 530Mb/s. Comparing the Kingston HyperX Savage SSD vs Samsung 850 Evo 250GB; which has a comparable Read/Write speed capability of only 540Mb/s and 520MB/s—The HyperX Savage comes out slightly faster. The Endurance rating of the Kingston HyperX Savage 240GB is 306TB; the endurance of a drive measures the effective number of read/write cycles an SSD can endure before it becomes potentially unreliable. 306TB is a high-performance level that comes out on top of many competitor SSDs in the HyperX Savage’s price range—coming out much higher than the Samsung 850 Evo’s mere 75TB endurance quotient.
Conclusion: Should I buy it ?
If you are looking for a well-priced 250GB sized SSD with a number of high performing specs, like a high endurance and some of the fastest read/write speeds on the market—then the Kingston HyperX Savage 240GB SSD is for you . The 306TB Endurance of the drive is an impressive feature for an SSD of only 240GB—making it a suitable choice for users wishing to utilize the SSD for high intensity uses, like frequent transfer of large files or video editing purposes. The HyperX Savage has a lesser warranty of only 3 years, in comparison to the Samsung Evo’s 5 years for example—comparatively, users who wish to have peace-of-mind about the reliability and lifespan of their device might wish to choose an option with a longer warranty.