Crucial MX300 CT275MX300SSD1 275GB Reviews

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Manufacturer: Crucial
Expert Reviews: 
 4.1
User Reviews: 
 4.5
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Value for money
 4.6
Features
 4.2
Quality
 4.6
Performance
 4.4
 
 

Crucial MX300 SSD 1050GB review

4.0
Verdict: If you're looking for a large capacity solid state drive that doesn't break the bank, then the Crucial MX300 1050GB is definitely worth considering, offering plenty of features and decent performance.
Pros: High capacity, Good price, Decent performance, Plenty of features
Cons: Still expensive, Not the fastest SSD, SATA 3 connection showing its age

Read full review at TechRadar UK
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 750GB Limited Edition SSD Review

4.0
Verdict: Any new drive entering the 3D NAND SSD fray is going to be compared to Samsung's 3D V-NAND equipped drives. After all the Korean giants have had a huge head start when it comes to bringing 3D NAND drives to market and are currently already producing denser 48-layer NAND to enable huge capacity SSD's...
Pros: 3D NAND, Strong write performance
Cons: 4K read performance, Having to wait for smaller capacities to come to market

Read full review at KitGuru
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 CT275MX300SSD1 275GB

4.2
Verdict: Taking everything together, the Crucial MX300 delivers consistent performance across the board. While it may not be the fastest drive, it able to offer a great bang for the buck as a good all around drive.
Pros: Price, Consistency performance, Supports AES-256, eDrive, IEEE-1667, and TCG Opal 2.0 encryption, 2TB storage option available, 3 year warranty
Cons: Slower than some drives on the same price bracket, Write performance is weaker, Random read is a bit slower than planar NAND drives

Read full review at Bjorn3d.com
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300

4.0
Verdict: If my review of the first solid-state drive with 3D flash memory, the well-balanced Samsung SSD 850 Evo , piqued your interest, you'll be happy to know there's a new player in town: the all-new MX300 drive from Crucial.
Pros: The Crucial MX300 SSD is competitively priced and delivers fast performance. The solid-state drive uses efficient 3D flash memory and provides strong security with hardware encryption
Cons: The drive has a short three-year warranty and trails behind its main competitor, the more expensive Samsung 850 Evo, in performance and features

Read full review at CNET
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 CT275MX300SSD1 275GB

4.0
Verdict: The 1TB version of the MX300 is a great all-around SSD with good-enough performance, advanced features, and solid software-at a very affordable price.
Pros: Very good sequential-write speeds, Superb rated endurance, Affordable on a per-gigabyte basis
Cons: A bit slow in high-queue-depth tests, Warranty is one notch from the top

Read full review at ComputerShopper
2 years ago
 

This TLC NAND drive won't regularly let you down when writing large files.

4.5
Verdict: Well, dye my hair red and call me Harpo. A triple-level-cell (TLC) NAND-based SSD that I can recommend to users without a lot of caveats finally exists. That is, only if they can't find a like-priced multi-level-cell (MLC) drive. (And only then.)
Pros: 30GB MLC-style cache, Relatively cheap, 750GB SSD
Cons: NVMe drives still much faster

Read full review at review.goodgearguide.com.au
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 750GB Solid State Drive Review

4.5
Verdict: Final Thoughts So the MX300 is the first consumer product to make use of Micron's 3D TLC NAND. Crucial took a different approach than Samsung with their first 3D NAND product. The MX300 is not designed to be the fastest consumer SATA SSD out there like Samsung's 850 Pro.
Pros: – Price, – Solid midrange performance, – Spacer and Acronis True Image HD software activation key included, – 256 AES encryption
Cons: – Only a 3year warranty

Read full review at ThinkComputers
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 750GB SSD

4.5
Verdict: The Crucial MX300 750GB (Limited Edition) SSD may well be equipped with 3D NAND and that may well be the latest technology, but in the real world and in Gaming you'd be had pushed to know. The bottom line is that the MX300 is simply a decent SSD at a decent price with an unusual capacity.
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Read full review at pcgameware.co.uk
2 years ago
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