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Kingston SSDNow S50 Series SS050S2

Kingston SSDNow S50 Series SS050S2
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9 reviews

Sep, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews of Kingston SSDNow S50 Series SS050S2. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.4/5 for other Solid-state drive for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 user reviews of Kingston SSDNow S50 Series SS050S2 from The average user rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.5/5 for other Solid-state drive on

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This summary is based on the product: Kingston SSDNow S50 16 GB SATA II 3Gb/s 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive SS050S2/16G

Sep, 2015

Consumer review by: ColdRush (

Great little ssd


Running in a Crunchbang Linux server. SSD is the only way to go when you're running a simple gaming server.

Works as intended, perfect for my server. Silent and cool operation and you can put it literally anywhere. I stuck it to the wall of the case with velcro


Mar, 2012

Consumer review by: quid (

What more could you expect


I put this in my little laptop and run Fedora on it. It does the job, the laptop is much snappier with it than with the 5400 rpm drive it came with. From a dollar/capacity standpoint SSDs are "expensive" but form a dollar/speed standpoint SSDs are...

Low heat, low energy, low cost, high speed

Capacity, I guess, though its not shocking that a 16gb drive only comes with 16gbs so its not really a con

Mar, 2012

Consumer review by: VirTech (

SSD Kingston


Excellent drive. Running HyperVisor on drive currently now steadily for over 6 months with zero downtime. Fast, reliable, and perfect size for our application

Not sure why price jumped w/ spindle drive shortages, but a function of economics I guess applies here. Price to size compared to other drives of larger sizes. Would be a waste to us as we do not need the extra space

Jan, 2012