This roundup covers a total of fourteen consumer SSDs that use either the SATA, PCI Express or M.2 interface. As always, we'll be looking at price vs. performance to see where each product stands.
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Crucial's SSDs have been among the most reliable and best performing on the market, with last summer's MX100 being the company's greatest hit. Today we're testing two of its successors.
Crucial is taking another crack at producing a cost effective SSD, this time upgrading its controller to the same Marvell chip used by the high-end M550. The price/performance result is unrivaled.
A new survey commissioned by memory maker Crucial claims that 36 percent of US PC owners who have experienced computer problems have yelled, cursed or even struck their PCs in the last six months.
We took notice when Crucial announced its m4 mSATA SSD in a 256GB capacity at under $1/GB. The mSATA drive is tiny compared to Crucial's standard 2.5" m4, and despite the size difference, both...
By mid 2012, SSD prices fell through the floor, costing approximately half as much as last year. Granted, that's still nowhere near as economical as standard hard drives, so companies have continued..
The Crucial Adrenaline is a cache solution meant to work along your existing disk drive, using a 50GB SSD to act as solid state flash-based cache for your larger primary hard drive.
Crucial announced worldwide availability of its next-generation solid-state drive late last month. Known simply as the "m4," the company's latest entry is hailed as the successor to its award-winning RealSSD C300, promising to deliver more...
At CES, there were several booths showing off functioning solid state disks (SSD). One that caught our eye was the Crucial SK01 External Drive Kit. This kit gives you the benefits of having...
Memory manufacturer Crucial is celebrating its 10th anniversary afterbeing founded in 1996 as a direct memory reseller for its parentcompany, Micron Technology. That same year id Software unleashed thefirst version of Quake, which began the...
After years of finding only static, Microsoft is hoping that its TV software effort is starting to get a decent reception. The software maker has spent years working on the software and...
Thanks xStainDx for this submission in Back Page news on our forums. Who also commented; I guess Crucial finally realized they need to compete with OCZ, Corsair (XMS) and Kingston (HyperX) Crucial...
Thanks Hazwan who tells us that M:6 Hardware has posted a new review of the Crucial 256MB PC2700 DDR. "Today we'll be taking a look at 256MB PC2700 DDR from Crucial. How fast...
Cheers John for the heads up on this review. With RAM prices being so low today there is no reason to have less the 256MB in your system. Even for laptop memory you don't have...
Thanks Julio of 3DSpotlight who sent me notification of his lowdown on the new naming scheme for SDRAM modules. And now the blurb: The new naming system for SDRAM is no longer based...