If you need a new USB 3.0 flash drive, the crew at TeakTown think that the 64GB version of the Kingston HyperX Savage might just fit the bill.
Kingston has long been a name synonymous with memory and flash storage. HyperX started as branding on DDR memory way back when I was still playing with socket 939 systems, the last time AMD held the performance crown. The HyperX Savage is the latest in high-performance flash solutions from Kingston. Capacity options start from the 64GB model which we have in house through 128GB, 256GB and ending at 512GB. Marketing performance sits at up to 440 MB/s read and 180 MB/s write for the 64GB solution while all other capacities include 250 MB/s write performance.