Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD Windows 8 Drivers Download (2019)


Download Now
Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD Driver

Kingston SSDNow E SES37/G " GB SATA III Enterprise Solid State Drive Newegg Business. GB SSDNow E SSD SATA 3 SESG We have in stock Kingston SES37/G GB inch cheap ssd drive that is one of the best solid state hard drive available in market. Find great deals for Kingston SSDNow E GB Internal " (SES37/G) SSD. Shop with confidence on eBay!


Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD Drivers Download Free

Type: Driver
Rating:
4.52
298 (4.52)
Downloads: 775
File Size: 8.71Mb
Supported systems: Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5
Price: Free* [*Free Registration Required]

Download Now
Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD Driver

Average latency over the duration of the File Server preconditioning process had the Kingston E with a small edge over the Kage K1.

Driver for Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD

The E was able to keep average latency suppressed at Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD levels lower than an effective queue depth of 32, where Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD queue depth limit of its SATA interface came into play. Switching focus to standard deviation, the Kingston E kept latency consistent upwards to an effect queue depth of 32, where it went up dramatically.

For this reason results will appear much lower in this first section. Comparing average Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD, we see one large spike from the SM early into the test, with the Kingston E starting to level off in our saturation test between hours in.

Max latency spikes from both of the eMLC SandForce models came in at the middle Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD the group, contained in the band between ms, whereas the Samsung or Hitachi models measured ms. The Intel SSD was on the other end of the spectrum, measuring ms once it reached steady state.

The E offered the highest transfer speeds in conditions where the load stayed at or below an effective queue depth of Average latency showed the Kingston E maintained its cool fairly well over the different loads, up until the point where it surpassed an effective queue depth of At that Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD average latency shot up dramatically, which was the norm for this group.

Comparing max latency, the Kingston E did had some of the highest peaks on the chart along with the Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD SSDwith the highest measuring between ms.

While the Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD peaks were mildly concerning in our max latency test, looking at standard deviation, the spikes from the E were infrequent, with it keeping its response times consistent at Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD at or below QD To Kingston's credit, they're offering a robust SSD for this category, complete with capacitors for data protection in the event of power loss and thermal pads for transferring NAND and controller heat into the metal case.

While max latency shows the absolute worst response times over the duration of the testing period, looking instead at standard deviation paints a better picture for how consistent the response times were from the Kingston E Overall the E came in middle of Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD pack, right up against the Kage K1. In this area the Kingston offered a boost in performance compared to the Kage K1 SSD, following an identical performance curve.

Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD Drivers Update

Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD E was able to keep average latency suppressed at load levels lower than an effective queue depth of 32, where the queue depth limit of the SATA interface came in. Standard deviation on the E was consistent on all effective queue depths below 32, although it was still able to keep latency in check compared to the Intel SSD It offers a slight lead over the KAge K1 throughout the entire preconditioning phase.

Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD

Average latency over the duration of the File Server preconditioning process had the Kingston E with a small edge over the Kage K1. The E was able to keep average latency suppressed at load levels lower than an effective queue depth of 32, where the queue depth limit of its SATA interface came into play. Switching focus to standard deviation, the Kingston E kept latency consistent upwards to an effect queue depth of 32, Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD it went Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD dramatically.

For this reason results will appear Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD lower in this first section. Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD average latency, we see one large spike from the SM early into the test, with the Kingston E starting to level off in our saturation test between hours in. Max latency spikes from both of the eMLC SandForce models came in at the middle of the group, contained in the band between ms, whereas the Samsung or Hitachi models measured ms.

The Intel SSD was on the other end of the spectrum, measuring ms once it reached steady state.

Kingston SE100S37/200G SSD Windows

Related Drivers