Crucial MX300 CT275MX300SSD1 275GB Reviews

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Manufacturer: Crucial
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Crucial MX300 750GB SSD

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Verdict: Shopping for a SSD can be a little confusing. For instance do you focus on storage capacity and price or do you look at performance and pick the best one. For the most part performance will be similar across all of the drives you can buy with only subtle differences between the control and chip...
Pros: Great Performance, SATA 6 Compliant, 3D NAND, Available in Sizes up to 2TB, More Storage Less Cost, Included Imaging Software
Cons: No M.2 version, yet

Read full review at Ninja Lane
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 525GB SSD Review

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Verdict: Just like the 750GB limited edition model the 525GB variant of the MX300 line of SSDs performed very well and although it couldn't keep up with its higher capacity brother (we will also test one of the even higher models to check and see how those do) we really have no complaints.
Pros: - Build Quality / Durability (160TB TBW, - Very Good Overall Performance, - Features (Dynamic Write Acceleration / DevSleep / eDrive Support, - Crucial Storage Executive Software, - 3 Year Warranty, - Available in 275/525/750/1TB/2TB Capacities, - Price
Cons: - Not As Fast As The 850 EVO (For Some

Read full review at nikktech.com
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 750GB SATA3 Solid State Drive Review

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Verdict: A great performance and endurance, as well as a large capacity for very little money, make the Crucial MX300 a great HDD replacement.
Pros: Best TLC-based write scores to date, Large capacity, Low price, Great feature set, Included cloning software and 9.5mm spacer
Cons: Falls a bit behind in synthetic benchmarks

Read full review at eteknix.com
2 years ago
 

Crucial Limited Edition 750GB MX300 SATA SSD Review

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Verdict: Crucial is a global brand of Micron Technology, Inc., one of the largest memory and flash storage manufacturers in the world. They make computer memory upgrades (DRAM) and solid state drives (SSDs), and offer more than 250,000 upgrades for over 50,000 systems.
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Read full review at Pro-Clockers
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 750 GB

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Verdict: Crucial's move to give the "MX" branding to the MX300 slightly tarnishes the reputation of the MX Series in my opinion. You can usually count on "MX" to stand for the highest possible performance, whereas "BX" stands for budget.
Pros: Excellent price/performance, Excellent price-per-GB, 3 year warranty, 7 mm thin-ultrabook compatible, Acronis TrueImage HD included
Cons: TLC not trusted by as many users as MLC, Only average performance

Read full review at techPowerUp!
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 750GB SSD Review

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Verdict: Today we've got the Crucial MX300 750GB SSD on the old BCCHardware test bench. The MX300 series of SSD drives from Crucial are their top-tier drives and offer more performance than the previous MX200 series of drives.
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Read full review at BCCHardware
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 CT275MX300SSD1 275GB

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Verdict: Fast read and write speeds aren't the only things the MX300 has to offer. Along with thermal and power loss protection, TRIM support and active garbage collection, the drive features AES 256-bit full disk encryption and is compatible with both the TCG Opal and IEEE 1667 specifications.
Pros: Available in 275GB, 525GB, 750GB and 1050GB capacities, Good sequential and random read and write performance, Performs equally well with compressible and incompressible data, Large DRAM cache, Dynamic Write Acceleration, Data Defense and RAIN technologies, AES 256-bit full disk encryption, TCG Opal...
Cons: Write speed drops when SLC cache is full

Read full review at CDRLabs
2 years ago
 

CRUCIAL MX300 750GB SSD Review

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Verdict: If you don't own an SSD by now, you really should. Nothing is quite as satisfying as seeing Windows boot up in mere seconds, versus the half a minute or more it sometimes takes with traditional hard disk drives.
Pros: Great overall price, low cost per gig, solid performance
Cons: None

Read full review at PureOverclock
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 CT275MX300SSD1 275GB

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Verdict: Micron's first solid-state drive based on the most advanced storage technology the company has ever had in an SSD is the Limited Edition 750GB Crucial MX300 SSD. The drive is based on Micron's 3D TLC NAND and is available in a single capactity (750GB) as well as a single 2,5-inch form factor, at...
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Read full review at CDRinfo
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 SSD 1050GB Review

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Verdict: Like in most products, top-tier performance comes at a cost, and more often than not the additional performance is simply not required for mainstream users. Yes, a Bugatti Veyron can be driven at speeds of over 200MPH but on normal roads, where the speed limits max out 70MPH on a motorway, a lot of...
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Read full review at Overclock3D
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 2TB Review

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Verdict: While Sata 6Gbps may have a 550MB/s bottleneck, such performance is more than adequate for a vast majority of users wanting a slice of the SSD cake. In recent times the cost per GB of Sata-based SSDs has plummeted meaning there has never been a better time to move away from aging mechanical storage.
Pros: + Slightly faster than smaller capacity MX300, + Consistently good results, + Great value high capacity drive, + Features dynamic write acceleration, + Acronis True Image bundled with drive, + 3 years' warranty
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Read full review at Vortez
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 CT275MX300SSD1 275GB

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Verdict: Shopping for a SSD can be a little confusing. For instance do you focus on storage capacity and price or do you look at performance and pick the best one. For the most part performance will be similar across all of the drives you can buy with only subtle differences between the control and chip...
Pros: Great Performance SATA 6 Compliant 3D NAND Available in Sizes up to 2TB More Storage Less Cost Included Imaging Software
Cons: No M.2 version, yet

Read full review at hardwareasylum.com
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 750GB Solid State Drive

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Verdict: The MX300 750GB solid state drive is a very impressive unit in terms of performance and the sweet spot it seems to have found in terms of price and capacity. The read and write speeds may not be the fastest possible, but 530MB/s and 510 MB/s, respectively, are definitely very respectable.
Pros: ? Fast read and write speeds, ? Great value, ? Included software makes swapping to a new drive easy, ? 3 year warranty
Cons: ? Nothing yet

Read full review at big bruin
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 SSD 750GB: More power efficient and reliable

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Verdict: The new 2.5-inch 7mm MX300 750GB Limited Edition from Crucial uses the groundbreaking 3D NAND flash technology from Micron (compare to the predecessor Crucial MX200 ). At the moment, it's only available in 750GB capacity (hence the limited edition) but expect more to come later this year.
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Read full review at cravingtech.com
2 years ago
 

Crucial 750GB Limited Edition MX300 SSD review: At last, a TLC drive with sufficient cache

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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.) The drive in question?
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Read full review at PC World
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 750GB SSD Review

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Verdict: The MX300 750GB Limited Edition SSD is easily the most divisive model Crucial has released in a long, long while. It is obvious that Micron and by extension Crucial is using this SSD has a proving ground of sorts, strives to accomplish great things with new technology but doing so carefully.
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Read full review at Hardware Canucks
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 Solid State Drive: Australian Review

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Verdict: Two years ago, Samsung burst onto the market with the 850 Pro - its first SSD with 3D flash memory, with high speeds and correspondingly high prices - and followed that up with the more affordable 850 Evo .
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Read full review at Gizmodo
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 SSD Review (2050GB)

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Verdict: The MX300 SSD series offers several, somewhat different, capacities with the 2050GB being the highest. Like all of the drives in the series, the 2050GB comes with Adaptive Thermal Protection to help keep the drive cool and protects data with both AES 256-bit encryptions and RAIN technology.
Pros: 2TB of capacity for a good price, Adaptive Thermal Protection, AES 256-it encryption
Cons: Samsung 850 EVO 2TB, Samsung EVO 4TB, Crucial MX300 1050GB, 2TB of capacity for a good price, Adaptive Thermal Protection, AES 256-it encryption, Not a strong performer in any of our tests

Read full review at StorageReview.com
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 525GB and 1050GB SSD

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Verdict: With the Crucial MX300, you have to take the good with the bad. There are several points to consider, and the pro's and cons each have several items that give us a full picture of the overall drive. Let's start at the SSD controller, which is the heart of the system.
Pros: Acceptable mainstream performance, Low power / Great battery life in notebooks, Low cost, Decent capacity scaling (2TB Coming Soon
Cons: No 4TB option, Not as low cost as we want, 4-Channels doesn't deliver high random performance at low queue depths

Read full review at Tom's Hardware
2 years ago
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