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Kingston KC3000 NVMe SSD In-Depth Review: Unrivaled Speed and Performance

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The Kingston KC3000 is the latest addition to the Kingston Nvme SSD market and the successor to the Kingston KC2000. The Kingston KC3000 uses a Phison PS5018-E18 controller and Micron’s B47R 3D TLC NAND. This is a fair common combination of PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe on the market. The series is available in 512GB, 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacity options, all with a 5-year limited warranty

Kingston KC 3000 has the best sequential access performance of 7,000MB/s read, 7,000MB/s write, and 4K random access throughput of 1,000,000 IOPS.

The Kingston KC3000 2TB is warranted for five years or 1600TB of data written, whichever comes first. The write endurance is considerable and corresponds to 877 GB of data daily for five years. Enough to say that this endurance will never be put to the test of the user, except in cases of use in a server – an area for which this SSD is not necessarily intended.

Performance

Kingston promises a sequential throughput of 7,000MB/s in reading and writing. Our Benchmarks since we noted an average of 7,300MB/s in sequential reading and 7,000MB/s in writing.

The result has been consistent with other benchmarking software we used.

Kingston KC3000 PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD
Kingston KC3000 PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD

The Kingston KC3000 heats up fast and strong. The thermal sticker does not work miracles, and it seems unreasonable to use this SSD without adding a real heatsink. Be aware that most desktop motherboards now offer one as standard. Otherwise, you will have to turn to a third-party heatsink. Without this, the read/write rates tend to drop sharply, with a significant throttling above 75°C.

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Software

The SSD Manager application can be downloaded from the Kingston website. This utility makes it possible to ensure the lifespan of the product, the presence of problems via the postponement of SMART instructions, or even to update the firmware of the SSD if a new one is available. Simple and effective, we do not ask much more.

Kingston SSD Manager Download

Conclusion

The Kingston KC3000 is a high-performance NVMe SSD that boasts an impressive write speed of up to 6,500 MB/s and a read speed of up to 7,000 MB/s. It is perfect for data-intensive tasks, gaming, and content creation. If you are looking for lightning-fast speed and exceptional performance, the Kingston KC3000 is ideal for all your high-performance computing needs.

Rajat Negi
Rajat Negihttps://www.gizmotech.in
Rajat Negi is the founder of Gizmo Tech and is an active blogger and social media influencer. Rajat has contributed to several articles for various publishers. He also works as a social media influencer for various popular brands. Rajat can be reached at [email protected]
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The Kingston KC3000 is the latest addition to the Kingston Nvme SSD market and the successor to the Kingston KC2000. The Kingston KC3000 uses a Phison PS5018-E18 controller and Micron’s B47R 3D TLC NAND. This is a fair common combination of PCIe 4.0 x4...Kingston KC3000 NVMe SSD In-Depth Review: Unrivaled Speed and Performance