Conclusion and Verdict
I feel like I’m repeating every new Kingston KC series SSD review. The KC3000 SSD is one of the fastest options on the current market, if not the fastest single SSD. I said about the same in the KC2000 and later KC2500 reviews back in the day. Moreover, the KC3000 SSD has been widely available in all popular online stores almost since its premiere. This is very important in the last months as most higher series products have only “paper” premieres, and availability is very limited.
The performance of the KC3000 is impressive, and I’m sure that all who are building workstations will be fully satisfied. Of course, gamers may find it the best storage for their daily challenges too.
During the tests, there were no problems with the compatibility or stability of the KC3000 SSD. The KC3000 is covered by a 5-year warranty that is not the longest on the market but still very long.
With the top results come the price. Amazon is selling the Kingston KC3000 2TB M.2 NVMe SSD for around $486. I assume you can find it cheaper in some other stores. This price is for sure not for an average gamer. On the other hand, those users who put a lot of money in the best-performing rigs can spend some more on the best-performing SSD.
- High quality
- Top performance
- High compatibility
- Available in high capacities, up to 4TB
- 5-year warranty
- Quite expensive
If you are looking for a fast and reliable SSD, then the Kingston KC3000 2TB SSD has it all. It’s also available in higher capacities, up to 4TB, and is optimal for professionals and gamers who demand the best results, even at the higher cost.
Another Funky Kit Editor’s Choice Award goes to Kingston! This time for the exceptional KC3000 2TB NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD.
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