For the most part, the HyperX FURY did quite a bit better than the specifications quoted. In real life file transfers, writing was rather impressive at nearly four times what it was said it could do, coming in at almost 120MB/s. Reads were seen to be upwards of the 90MB/s as well, so I am not sure why the low rating. I`m sure Kingston has its reasons, but I would have been less likely to have bought the drive having been told it was only capable of 30MB/s write. With the price being a little high per GB, the low listed ratings on the box becomes a deterrent. It seems as if the FURY is being shot in the foot by not claiming what it is capable of, but rather perhaps the bare minimum worst case scenario numbers I`ve even yet to see (other than in Sandra, which seems to show every drive below its ratings). I honestly would have not bought this drive based on the rated performance and cost. To me it would have been a bit too much for a nice warranty and slow speeds, so I would have bought something else."
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