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Kingston DC1000B 480GB SSD Review



As the DC1000B has been primarily designed as a boot drive we thought we would time how fast the drive boots from a cold start into a ready to use, basic installation of Windows Server 16.

We compared it to a SATA based 2.5in SSD and a fast mechanical hard drive.  As you can see the DC1000 boots in half the time of a standard HDD and two seconds faster than a SATA interfaced SSD.


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