Crucial MX300 M.2 2280 CT275MX300SSD4 275GB Reviews

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Crucial MX300 M.2 525GB SSD Review

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Verdict: At the time of writing, Crucial's MX300 M.2 2280 SSD with 525GB can be yours for $124.99 at NewEgg , £122.99 at Scan Computers , and €117.18 through Geizhals . Crucial once again convinced me with one of their SSDs.
Pros: Steady performance across all scenarios, Up to 1TB capacity in M.2 2280 form factor, Low price, Momentum Cache function, Bundled with Cloning Software, Features everything from DevSleep to power loss protection
Cons: none

Read full review at eteknix.com
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 and MX300 M.2 Reviews (525GB & 1TB)

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Verdict: Crucial has some solid SSDs to its name, with the MX family in particular often winning favour with enthusiasts for its decent balance of price and performance. Today, we're looking at the latest model in this family, the MX300, in three different varieties: a standard 2.5in model (525GB) and two...
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Read full review at bit-tech.net
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 M.2 2280 CT275MX300SSD4 275GB

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Verdict: Today, CDRLabs brings you a review of Crucial's new MX300 M.2 SSD. Designed for tablets and ultrabooks, this new addition to the MX300 line isn't much larger than a stick of gum. The drive is powered by Marvell's 88SS1074B1 controller and is available with up to 1050GB of Micron's 3D TLC NAND.
Pros: Small M.2 2280 form factor, Available in 275GB, 525GB 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...
Cons: Write speed drops when SLC cache is full

Read full review at CDRLabs
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 M.2 2280 CT275MX300SSD4 275GB

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Verdict: We already had a chance to review Crucial MX300 SSD but not in M.2 version and not so high capacity. It's time to present you Crucial MX300 M.2 1050GB SSD which is designed for new
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Read full review at funkykit.com
2 years ago
 

Easy to install, now I have a fast boot/os drive

5.0
Verdict: This drive has been an absolute delight. So much so, that I purchased 1) a Sata PCI card (to add Sata connections) 2) an adapter to add two M.2 2280 connectors and 3) TWO MORE 275GB Crucial SSDs. Yes, my machine will soon have three SSD's and no more mechanical drives. I recommend this product!
Pros: They included two tiny screws for mounting to the board
Cons: None so far

Read full review at Newegg
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 M.2 2280 CT275MX300SSD4 275GB

5.0
Verdict: Love the small size and amount of fast storage available for my main drive. Installed without issues in my gaming 3 mobo, detected right away, installed Win 10 from usb directly to HD.
Pros: Small and plugs right into motherboard, Price matched good price for this size of drive
Cons: I lost sata slots on my motherboard when this was plugged in, but I guess that's more of a motherboard issue

Read full review at NCIX.com
2 years ago
 

Answers to compatibility questions.

5.0
Verdict: So, to answer some common asked questions, this drive is a B+M key layout M.2 SSD, the wonderful name means it is compatible with both B and M key layout slots. Check your spec sheet before buying, but this is a SATA-speed SSD, not NVMe nor PCIe (Don't really know the difference).
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Read full review at amazon.ca
1 year ago
 

Freezing Computer

5.0
Verdict: I installed this in my Alienware 13r2 laptop and the laptop started freezing up. Updated firmware on the laptop but it still wasn't working. Not sure if I got a bad one or if something wasn't compatible, but I had to return it. Will try another brand.
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Read full review at Amazon
1 year ago
 

Boot Disk

5.0
Verdict: Used as my Windows 7 Boot disk with the Asus Z270e mother board. Works as expected,. Great
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Read full review at scan.co.uk
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 M.2 2280 CT275MX300SSD4 275GB

5.0
Verdict: I used this in a new machine, so I can't compare its performance to anything else, but it's definitely very fast. It's cheap enough that there's no reason to save ($) and get a worse drive. Buy this one.
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Read full review at Adorama
2 years ago
 

Crucial MX300 1TB M.2 2280 SSD, 530MB/s reading & 510MB/s Writing . 3 years, warranty , Micron quality a...

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Verdict: Not the fastest on the market but good value for its price.
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Read full review at PB Tech
2 years ago
 

Works great!

5.0
Verdict: Put this in my new 13.3 2 in 1 Asus laptop that came with a 512GB M.2 drive. Used Reflex/Macrium (free version) to clone and then easily installed (you'll also need a little enclosure to hold the ssd while cloning).
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Read full review at B&H Photo
2 years ago
 

Great first m.2

5.0
Verdict: This was my first m.2 SSD and I've enjoyed it greatly. I've installed my OS to it and it boots up noticeably faster than my standard SSD. Barely any wait time.
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Read full review at Micro Center
1 year ago
 

Upgrade your Acer SSID to 500GB.....it works great!!!!

4.0
Verdict: I've upgraded my Acer laptop from 128GB SSID to 500GB SSID using this Crucial SSID. Acer would not commit to saying it would work and din't recommend it, but mine works perfectly from the moment I switched on.
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Read full review at Amazon
1 year ago
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