Crucial M4 256 GB,Internal,2.5" (CT256M4SSD2) (SSD) Solid State Drive
About this product
|Upgrade your PC system with the Crucial Technology CT256M4SSD2 solid state drive and avail improved system performance. With sufficient storage capacity, this Crucial Technology SSD can hold maximum data. This internal solid state drive offers faster boot and load applications, making it perfect for desktop applications and client computing. Being a solid state drive, this Crucial Technology SSD reduces power consumption and heat generation. The built-in NAND flash technology of this internal solid state drive promises increased reliability and performance. Supporting SATA 6 GB/s interface, the Crucial Technology CT256M4SSD2 makes connections simple and convenient.|
|Buffer Size||128 MB|
|Hard Drive Type||SSD (Solid State Drive)|
|External Data Transfer Rate||60 Mbps|
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- the_oskMay 8, 2015by
Great, Get a SSD Drive
Great SSD Drive, Great Price, worked flawlessly in my new CentOS/RedHat Linux System as the "root" / drive..
- freeperfectAug 28, 2014by
for my part, buy and use it.
I only checked it.Indeed it is a good item.good,nice and hard working when I checked it.you can use with a big easiness.
- dbin8277Aug 4, 2014by
Great value for money. Easy to change from 9mm to 7mm.
Despite the warnings about the M4, it has transformed my Lenovo Thinkpad. The M4 is easy to change to 7mm height by removing a spacer and replacing the four M2 screws. At the price you can buy a 256GB M4 SSD, you can't go wrong.
- menda091Nov 9, 2014by
Great drive to buy if thinking of switching to a SSD
Though there are better performing SSD the fact is that this SSD is in the $0.50 to $0.70 per GB and significanly faster than a 7200 rpm hard drive.<br>Great transition from mechanical drive to SSD.<br>If looking for more performance and a more reliable drive that can handle more constant read and writes as well as more random read and writes since Windows purposely uses any where from 2gb to 4gb in the harddrives for virtual RAM use. So paying up to $0.90 to per GB is still reasonable as of Sep.2014.<br>I personally have found it like a good drive to buy and to lower my load times and great for everyday work and the occasianal games I do with it.
- asing4480Aug 2, 2013by
The products worked as expected
The product was working, but it was unstable (or lockuped) at first. After I updated the firmware, it was now working properly and stable. And I will purchase again.