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Crucial Technology CT256M4SSD1 M4

Crucial Technology CT256M4SSD1 M4
alaAverage 4.3

1668 reviews

Aug, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1668 reviews of Crucial Technology CT256M4SSD1 M4. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Other Storage & Media for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 89/100 and experts rate this product 84/100.

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(Based on 1668 reviews)

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Consumer review by: (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Crucial Technology CT256M4SSD1 M4

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 300 user reviews of Crucial Technology CT256M4SSD1 M4 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Other Storage & Media on Amazon.com.

93% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Crucial 512GB m4 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive SATA 6Gb/s with Data Transfer Kit CT512M4SSD2CCA

Aug, 2015

Expert review by: (pcmag.com)

Crucial m4 (256GB)

 

Otherwise, the m4 came in third more frequently than it came in second—though it routinely surpassed the Intel drive (often by a large margin) in heavier-duty tests, such as the AS SSD Benchmark 4KB test at a queue depth of 32 (158.59MBps for read and...

Good performance. Supports 6Gbps SATA III

Expensive. Outperformed in most tests by competing SSDs. Slow garbage collection demands TRIM support in OS

Though the 256GB Crucial m4 offers good performance in most situations, it's surpassed by competing drives from OCZ and Intel that push SSD technology a bit further.

Expert review by: Matt Safford (computershopper.com)

Crucial M4 (256GB)

 

If you've ever looked into upgrading the RAM in your PC, there's a good chance you're familiar with the name Crucial. The brand, owned by Boise, Idaho-based Micron Technology, has a long history in the memory business. Plus, parent company Micron, in a...

Consistently fast performance on all of our benchmarks ; Doesn't lag far behind pricier drives ; Also available in 7mm versions for thin laptops

Accessories and software cost extra ; Pricey compared to several other performance-grade drives, which were faster on some benchmark tests

On our benchmarks, Crucial's M4 drive was appreciably speedy, without ever breaking new ground. If you're looking for well-rounded performance, it's a solid choice, but a bit pricey.

Dec, 2012
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Expert review by: Jake Mete (pureoverclock)

Crucial m4 256GB

 

SSD with high capacity and fast speeds at a competitive price.

As we've said before and we'll continue to hammer any chance we can get, the single biggest bottleneck in modern systems is the traditional plattered hard drive, and using an SSD in your system will make such a massive difference that you'll...

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: Nathan Kirsch (legitreviews.com)

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Oct, 2010

Expert review by: Raymond Buckland (bjorn3d.com)

Crucial Ballistx 1600 Tracers - Bjorn3D.com

 

When AMD released the HD5850 and the HD5870 end of September 2009 they had a clear plan on how they would bring DX11 to every possible price point. The HD5700 came out in October followed in November by the HD5970. These cards all fitted into various...

Crcuial Ballistx Tracer memory will add that show stopper look to any drab every day boring chassis.

Jan, 2010

Expert review by: (cdrinfo.com)

Crucial 128GB SSD

 

Crucial, a well established brand in the memory market has recently released a low-budget fast Solid-state Drive, the CT128M225. The drive uses a Indilinx Barefoot controller and a 64MB cache by Elpida Memory; a reliable configuration that we have...

We found the Crucial CT128M225 series blazing fast and highly responsive in all the tasks. The price may be somewhat higher than OCZ's solutions, but don't forget that Crucial is offering two extra years of warranty, which is very important....

Oct, 2009

Expert review by: Grace (hardwareheaven.com)

Crucial 32GB Solid State Drive

 

Hard drives are constantly getting larger and cheaper as the technology improves, but their speed increases only marginally each year because they are limited by their inherent mechanical nature. No matter how efficient an algorithm or the overall...

Jul, 2008

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Expert review by: (toptenreviews.com)

Crucial

 

The Crucial computer memory upgrade is the most comprehensive, reliable product we reviewed. The speed is among the best and the help options are outstanding. Whether you are a computer novice or expert, you are sure to find a suitable RAM upgrade with...

The manufacturer’s website has a large selection of help and support options

This RAM upgrade has a higher latency than a few of the other products

We recommend Crucial memory upgrades because the manufacturer is reliable.

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Expert review by: Elias Plastiras (goodgearguide.com.au)

Crucial m4 CT256M4SSD2 256GB solid state drive

 

If you want to give your notebook or desktop PC a major speed boost, Crucial's m4 256GB solid state drive (SSD) is a must-have. It's one of the fastes...

Fast read rates ; Fast write rates ; No moving parts

Expensive

Crucial's m4 256GB solid state drive is a little gem. It can supply very fast read and write transfer rates, and it will noticeably boost the performance of a laptop or desktop PC when it's used as a system drive. Sure, it's quite expensive, but like...

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: Elias Plastiras (goodgearguide.com.au)

Crucial SSD 32GB

 

There's probably no better upgrade you can give your notebook than a solid-state hard drive. It will help your notebook run much cooler, with no noise...

No moving parts, runs cool and quiet

Expensive, small capacity, slow write speed

It's too early for solid-state drives such as Crucial's SSD 32GB to become mainstream, but once prices come down, evey laptop owner should look to upgrade to one. They are silent, run very cool and have no moving parts, which means that they won't be...

Oct, 2008

Product Specifications

Configuration

Backup Function: No
Hot Swap Function: No
Rackmount:Not Applicable

Connectivity

ATA: No
eSATA: No
Ethernet: No
Fibre Channel: No
Firewire: No
HDMI: No
HDMI PORT: No
ISCSI: No
mSATA: No
PCMCIA: No
SCSI: No
Serial ATA: Yes
Ultra ATA: No
USB: No
Wireless LAN: No
WUSB: No

General Features

BUS powered: No
BUS-powered: No
Internal / External:Internal
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