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  • Capacities1 : 120GB–960GB

    Read2 : up to 500MB/s

    Write2 : up to 450MB/s

    Features : Affordable Performance

    Capacities1 : 120GB–1.92TB

    Read2 : up to 520MB/s

    Write2 : up to 500MB/s

    Features : Hardware Encryption and TCG Opal 2.0

    Capacities1 : 240GB–960GB

    Read2 : up to 1,500MB/s

    Write2 : up to 1,000MB/s

    Features : Entry-level PCIe NVMe™

    Capacities1 : 240GB–960GB

    Read2 : up to 2700MB/s

    Write2 : up to 1600MB/s

    Features : Native NVMe

  • 120GB–960GB
    120GB–1.92TB
    240GB–960GB
    240GB–960GB
  • up to 500MB/s
    up to 520MB/s
    up to 1,500MB/s
    up to 2700MB/s
  • up to 450MB/s
    up to 500MB/s
    up to 1,000MB/s
    up to 1600MB/s
  • Affordable Performance
    Hardware Encryption and TCG Opal 2.0
    Entry-level PCIe NVMe™
    Native NVMe
SSDs for Consumers
Hard drive replacement

Solid-state drives are the next evolution of PC storage and run faster, quieter and cooler than the aging technology inside hard drives. With no moving parts, SSDs are also more durable and more reliable than hard drives.

For desktops and notebooks

Kingston solid-state drives will make your system more responsive so it boots quicker, loads applications faster and shuts down faster. They’re available in upgrade kits that include software to clone your files and OS in minutes.

Revive older systems

Solid-state drives will not only increase performance but can also be used to breathe new life into older systems. Choosing an SSD can save you the cost of buying a new PC by reviving the system you already own.

Learn more about SSDs
Protect business-critical data with self-encrypting drives

Kingston's Encrypted SSD with TCG Opal helps you become GDPR Ready{{Footnote.A50518}}.
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protecting your business

See how much faster your system boots up, loads applications and transfers data with an SSD.

Learn how to transfer your data from your existing hard drive to a new SSD.

Step-by-step instructions for installing your Kingston SSD in a notebook.

Drive Writes Per Day (DWPD)

Drive Writes Per Day (DWPD) calculations use the TBW specification of a drive to calculate the number of times the user capacity of a drive can be written per day over the warranty period (or a different number of years).
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Step-by-step instructions for installing a Kingston SSD in a desktop

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