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Crucial Announces P1 NVMe M.2 x 2280 Client SSD – Up to 2TB Capacity

Crucial is announcing its newest consumer M.2 NVMe SSD, designated as the Crucial P1.  Available in capacities up to 2TB, the P1 gets you in the game faster, as well as storing reams of precious memories.  The P1 provides the ideal storage upgrade, providing speed, storage capacity and dependability. Crucial if offering the P1 in capacity points of 500GB, 1TB …

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Crucial MX500 M.2 SATA SSD Review (500GB)

In December of 2017, we got to take a look at Crucial’s latest SATA SSD, the MX500. With a superb mix of performance, features, accessories, price, and warranty the MX500 earned our Top Value award with ease. There really wasn’t anything holding it back except for maybe one thing, availability. At the time of writing, only the 1TB 2.5″ form factor …

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Crucial MX500 SSD Review (1TB) – The Best Value In SATA

It has been a year and a half since the release of the Crucial MX300 and that means it is time for an update. Unlike what we were expecting, we didn’t receive an MX400, but rather a Crucial MX500. The reason behind skipping MX400 name and going straight to MX500 for this product launch was because the word for 400 sounds …

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Crucial Announces BX300 SSD – Value-Oriented Yet Featuring 3D MLC NAND

Crucial is announcing the release of their latest SSD offering, designated as the BX300.  Crucial has designed the BX300 as a value-conscious offering for builders and upgraders, but goes one better than other value-oriented drives by utilizing 3D MLC NAND (most other value offerings utilize TLC NAND). Crucial supports the BX300 with a mobile-friendly install guide.  This allows users of …

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Crucial/Micron Drop Plans For Ballistix TX3 NVMe SSD

Back in late May at Computex 2016, TSSDR got a sneak peek at several future-planned products from Micron (our coverage can be viewed here).  One of these was the Ballistix TX3 NVMe SSD.  Crucial’s Ballistix memory is well-renowned for quality, performance and value, and Micron felt that the Ballistix name should stand on its own.  It was even given its …

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