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Crucial CT512MX100SSD1 2.5 inch 512GB SATA III Solid State Drive

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  • Run your system longer than ever before-using less power;With Extreme Energy Efficiency technology, the Crucial MX100 is up to 89% more energy efficient than a typical hard drive.1;Keep your memories, photos, and files safe;When a photo or file gets corrupted, it often becomes unusable. Prevent this from happening in the first place with the Crucial MX100 SSD, which arms every storage component with four layers of Exclusive Data Defense to guard against corrupt files.
  • Protect all of your data-even if the power goes out;With Power Loss Protection, if you happen to be saving a file and you suddenly lose access to power, your data will still be preserved;Push your drive to the limit and avoid overheating
  • Adaptive Thermal Protection technology enables the Crucial MX100 to dynamically adjust storage component activity based on how you're using the drive, allowing your system to stay cool and react to changes in use
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Product Information

Size: 512GB
Technical Details
BrandCrucial
Item Weight100 g
Product Dimensions13 x 1.9 x 13 cm
Item model numberCT512MX100SSD1
SeriesCT512MX100SSD1 MX100
Screen Size2.5 inches
Hard Drive Size512 GB
  
Additional Information
ASINB00KFAGCUM
Best Sellers Rank 2,027 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight100 g
Date First Available8 Jan. 2014
  
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Product Description

Size Name: 512GB

Product Description

Traditionally, SSDs have offered powerful speeds and extra features, but at a high cost per GB. Not so with the Crucial MX100 SSD. Leveraging years of R&D and the latest NAND technology, the Crucial MX100 delivers a low cost per gigabyte, combined with unrelenting performance and one of the most complete feature sets available. With the Crucial MX100, boot up and load programs almost instantly, accelerate demanding applications, and encrypt and protect everything on your computer

Every MX100 includes a download of Acronis True Image 2014 OEM Edition PC Backup and Recovery

The Crucial MX100 provides plenty of cost-effective storage for your photos, music, videos, and documents-all while backing your data with a higher level of reliability than a hard drive or competing SSD.

Box Contains

1 x 512GB CT512MX100SSD1

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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140 of 142 people found the following review helpful By S. Altaf on 9 July 2014
Size: 512GB
When it comes to SSDs, you can't go wrong with Crucial. This is their MX100 line, which is intended to replace their M500 line (not the M550 line).

You should note that the performance on the 128GB, 256GB and 512GB models are different and at the time of writing, I believe the descriptions on the Amazon page are incorrect.

All variants have a 550 MB/s sequential read, but they have different sequential write speeds; the 128 GB SSD has 150 MB/s. The 256 GB SSD has 330 MB/s. The 512 GB SSD has 500 MB/s. Real world measurements may differ, but those are the numbers you should see. You can get proper, more detailed numbers if you search for reviews on reputable sites such as Bit-Tech or AnandTech.

In terms of performance compared to other SSDs, this is pretty much neck-to-neck, making it a great value for money, so whether you're going for a low, mid or high end build, this will do the job just fine. Also, I have bought this in addition to an M500 480 GB SSD, its 'predecessor', which it does outperform slightly.

One of the main reasons to get an SSD is to improve your experience with your laptop/computer. So while different people may get different boot-up times, it's the wrong thing to focus on. You only reboot a few times a day (at most), but you use applications and read/write far more often than that. It doesn't matter if your computer boots up in 8 or 10 seconds, what matters is that your applications load faster than before. In terms of the big ones, these are Photoshop, Lightroom, Visual Studio, IntelliJ and SQL Server and all of them benefit from the performance improvement. (Actually, you may get misleading and overly-optimistic SQL query times on your SSDs and may want to do a proper performance profile when deploying).
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Stewart Gillies on 12 Aug. 2014
Size: 512GB Verified Purchase
Installation on my Dell XPS M1330 was straightforward.
Rather than cloning I used the more secure Backup / Recovery approach described in the include Acronis software users’ guide. I used a Western Digital My Book Studio for holding the backup. As this SSD had a bigger capacity than my existing HDD’s 320Gb, I had no need to shrink or omit anything
This worked well once the SSD had been initialised so that it was recognised by the system. This was not clear from the stand alone step by step description of the Backup / Recovery process.
My laptop running Windows 7 32bit now comes out of hibernation mode in a couple of seconds – very impressive & the SSD measured performance is now close to the Windows maximum. Subjectively it seems to have produced a much greater improvement in speed on this laptop than a previous in stallion of a similar but small SSD on my Windows 7 32 bit desktop. Not sure why – might be related to the amount of RAM 16Gb in the Desktop cf 4Gb in the laptop
The capacity of this SSD is easily sufficient to hold all my system, application & data files.
Overall I’m very satisfied.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Adrian Kelly on 8 Oct. 2014
Size: 256GB Verified Purchase
I bought one of these to replace the hard disk in my wife's 3-year old Samsung laptop. It's a reasonably specced machine with a Core i5 dual-core CPU, 8GB RAM and a 750GB hard disk but the boot times had been creeping up recently to annoying levels so, with the price of SSDs falling to sane levels, I purchased one of these. I chose Crucial having had a C300 SSD in my desktop gaming machine for the past 3.5 years with no issues whatsoever. My wife won't need anywhere near the 750GB that her laptop had originally being a typical home user so I judged that 256GB would do nicely.

The laptop only has SATA2 on board so I chose the MX100 over the slightly more expensive and slightly faster MX550 and I used the bundled Acronis software to clone and shrink her existing Windows 7 installation. The whole process was easy and took around an hour to transfer around 120GB of data (using a 2.5" USB drive kit that I bought separately). After a couple of false starts due to the boot information not being written properly, which I fixed using a windows recovery USB stick, the laptop's absolutely flying now.

In the spirit of trying to be scientific about it, I noted the Windows Experience scores and Crystal Diskmark benchmarks before and after installation as well as measuring the elapsed time from 'off' to arriving at the Windows password prompt...

...and here are the results:

The Windows Experience score for hard disk performance increased from 5.9 to 7.9 (the maximum for Windows 7).

The Crystal Diskmark scores were:

BEFORE:
1000MB sequential read: 73.16MB/s
1000MB sequential write: 65.23MB/s
512KB read: 19.87MB/s
512KB write: 20.53MB/s
4KB random read: 0.273MB/s
4KB random write: 0.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By BedfordTim on 8 July 2014
Size: 512GB Verified Purchase
Cheap and reliable. We buy quite a lot of these, and so far have had no issues. It isn't as fast as a Samsung 850Pro, but it is half the price and you would be hard pressed to notice the difference.
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53 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 8 Oct. 2014
Size: 512GB Verified Purchase
This review applies only to Windows 8.1 users (though the problem I describe has been known to bite Win 8.0 users who upgraded to 8.1 after installing an MX100 as their boot drive).

Anyone using Win 8.1 who follows the advice on the Crucial website, downloads the free version of Acronis TrueImage 2014 that Crucial make specially available to purchasers via a slip in the packaging, installs TrueImage on their current hard disk, then uses it to clone their current hard disk partitions on to the MX100 may be in for a surprise when they then boot from the newly-installed MX100.

In some cases (mine included) the system will boot (pleasingly quickly) and appear to run without hassle... for a while. But then, without warning, it starts to seize up in a very strange way. Applications load and start up as normal, but any attempt to select from their menus produces no response. You still (for a time) have control of the mouse and keyboard, and you can go to your desktop and try to start any other application, which will also duly load, put up its opening screen... then refuse to do anything else. Once you've tried this with a few different applications, you find that you no longer get any response from the keyboard. You can still move the mouse, and use it to select areas on your desktop, but aside from that, no mouse clicks have any effect. You now have an unusable desktop, with no way of getting to the Task Manager to attempt to close any applications or reload Explorer. Your only way out is to force a power off.

If you go to Crucial's user forums you will find many Win 8.1 users complaining of precisely this behaviour over the past several months.
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