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Crucial CT256M4SSD2CCA Serial ATA internal solid state drive

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Aso known as a solid state disk or electronic disk, this is a data storage device for a computer using integrated circuit assemblies as memory to store data persistently.
internal solid state drives
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Long product name Crucial CT256M4SSD2CCA Serial ATA internal solid state drive :
The short editorial description of Crucial CT256M4SSD2CCA Serial ATA internal solid state drive

256GB m4 2.5" SSD with Data Transfer Kit
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Short summary description Crucial CT256M4SSD2CCA Serial ATA internal solid state drive:
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Crucial CT256M4SSD2CCA, 256 GB, Serial ATA, 415 MB/s, 6 Gbit/s, 2.5", Grey
Long summary description Crucial CT256M4SSD2CCA Serial ATA internal solid state drive :

Crucial CT256M4SSD2CCA. Solid-state drive capacity: 256 GB, Solid-state drive interface: Serial ATA, Read speed: 415 MB/s. SSD form factor: 2.5", Colour of product: Grey. Width: 70 mm, Depth: 101 mm, Height: 9.5 mm. Cables included: USB

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-10-28
Testseek has collected 137 expert reviews for Crucial CT256M4SSD2CCA solid state drive and the average expert rating is 85 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
85%
Source Review comments Score
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Today we have one of Crucials new SSDs, the 256GB m4, connected to our P67 system and will be running it through a selection of real world and synthetic tests to establish how it compares to the Intel 510 series and OCZ Vertex 3. In addition to that we...
Bottom line Looking first at the build quality and design of the Crucial m4 we have a drive which very much builds on everything which was good about the C300. We get a sturdy casing with nice finish and inside the good first impression continues. First up is the...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-28
The M4 is the latest SSD from Crucial. Compared to its predecessors, it uses a new Marvell memory controller while the storage chips themselves are made using a smaller, more efficient 25nm manufacturing process. The result of all this new technology i...
Bottom line The Crucial M4 SSD may be expensive, but it's very fast and reasonable value...
100%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-28
Following on from its impressive debut in last month’s SSD roundup, it seems in order to look further into Crucial’s M4 SSD, specifically the 256GB version of this Sata 3 capable device. Crucial's M4 really shows what SSDs can achieve thanks to its Sat...
Bottom line As for this specific 256GB Crucial model, £360 may still be a bit pricey for some but if you’re not a particularly data heavy laptop user or your system can accept some spinning platters for secondary storage, then I’d highly recommend the M4 as your...
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-28
Proving that the latest generation of solid-state drives is faster and less expensive than its predecessor, the Crucial M4 SSD boosts read and write performance. Solid-state drives have had their share of ups and downs in the past few years. Although S...
Bottom line The Crucial M4 has significantly increased the performance gap between it and the previous generation of SSDs. And by pushing write performance - for video capture and editing, graphical imaging, etc - the M4 provides an economical option for disk-inte...
90%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-07
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 fastest drive's on the market and it'll not only speed up boot-up times if used as a system drive, it'll ma...
Good Fast read rates Fast write rates No moving parts...
Bad Expensive...
Bottom line 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 m...
90%
atomicmpc.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-07
Over recent months we’ve seen an explosion in the number of SATA 6Gbps SSDs on the market. Pretty much all of this has been down to Sandforce and its 2281 controller chip, which powers most of the models out there.Crucial is one of the few companies t...
Bottom line Not the fastest SSD out there, but gives great price/performance...
85%
itpro.co.uk
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2011-10-28
Bottom line Although it's not radically different from last year’s model, the M4 is significantly faster than the disk it replaces. Intel’s 510 Series SSDs are still dominant in our performance benchmarks, but both have the potential to be blown away by SandForce...
83%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-28
Following hot on the heels of Intel's brand new 320 Series and 510 Series SSDs, Crucial's M4 SSD has its sights set firmly on the high end. A notable first for Crucial is the move to 25nm NAND flash, rather than the 34nm chips found in the M4's predecess...
Bottom line A high-speed SSD that makes other drives look overpriced...
83%
kitguru.net
Updated:
2011-10-28
When Crucial released the C300 series of Solid State Drives last year they outperformed anything else available at the time. With read speeds around 340MB/s the Sandforce drives had a serious performance disadvantage, only offering around 280MB/s. T...
Good great performance, works equally well with incompressible and compressible data...
Bottom line A very capable solid state drive, but it faces some very stiff competition from Sandforce 2281...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2012-06-20
Crucial has been selling SSDs to consumers for longer than almost anyone, and it's evidently got the art of producing good-value drives finely honed. The 128GB version of its M4 drive costs just £83, which works out at a low 64p per gigabyte. The M4’s...
Bottom line A middling performer that’s made into a tempting buy thanks to an extremely low price and good value throughout...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-10-28
Hand on heart, you know that drives with the latest SandForce SF-2200 series controller are probably the quickest you can buy. Is there any point in looking elsewhere? Well, yes. Price and reliability also come into the equation. Enter the Crucial M4 f...
Good Latest 25nm NAND memory, 6Gbps SATA support...
Bad SandForce drives are usually quicker, Too expensive compared to others...
80%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2014-01-03
Over recent months we've seen an explosion in the number of SATA 6Gbps SSDs on the market. Pretty much all of this has been down to Sandforce and its 2281 controller chip, which powers most of the models out there. Crucial is one of the few companies th...
67%
tomshardware.co.uk
Updated:
2015-04-03
Do you want the best performance from your SSD all of the time, regardless of workload? Drives with Marvell's controller technology should be on your short list. We put seven of them through the paces and discover lots of speed at each capacity point...
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uk.hardware.info
Updated:
2014-02-02
SSD prices are dropping so quickly that it makes more and more sense to have one in your PC. 120 or 128 GB versions you can find already for £90, and for less than twice that you can buy an SSD with double the capacity. It will still take a long time be...
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tweaktown.com
Updated:
2014-03-09
Just over 12 months ago we checked out the and found ourselves very impressed with the performance that Crucial was offering with the new SATA drives. The C300 drives from Crucial were one of the first SATA III drives to come out and in RAID 0 we...
Bottom line Looking through the benchmarks, at times our setups do become a bit wobbly, especially the older C300 one. For the most part, though, we can see performance is extremely strong on the new m4 setup with some of the best gains being shown under HD Tune...
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tomshardware.co.uk
Updated:
2012-03-15
After Valentine's Day, SSDs prices fell yet again, and we updated our list to reflect those changes. This month, the best deals are found in the mid-range offering, and there's one bargain in our list for a 240GB SSD that you simply will not want to mi...
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tomshardware.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-26
Welcome to the sixth iteration of our highest-ranked SSDs at any given price point. We updated our recommendations to reflect the recent price drops on second-gen SandForce hardware. There are several good deals to be found for right about £150. Detail...
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hardwarecanucks.com
Updated:
2011-11-07
A short while ago we reviewed the Crucial M4 256GB SSD but we couldn’t just leave things at that since a new (supposedly) performance increasing firmware was just released for it. In this quick article we look at the differences brought about by this...
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hardwarecanucks.com
Updated:
2011-11-07
Crucial may be a newcomer to Hardware Canucks but their SSDs just happen to be some of the most popular around right now due to their excellent pricing and wide availability. Their newest line of M4-series drives continues down the same path as previou...
Bottom line The Crucial M4 is currently one of the most popular SSDs on the market and by reading through this review, you can see why. In many cases the numbers it posted were right up there alongside more expensive Sandforce-based drives and long term performan...
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uk.hardware.info
Updated:
2013-05-07
SSDs have gone down in price a lot in recent months. It's now possible to find 64 GB SSDs for less than £50. That means that the cheapest SSDs are now on the same level as the most affordable hard drives, in theory taking away any arguments for not incl...
Bottom line You buy a 64 GB SSD because you'd like to add an SSD to your computer for as little money as possible. Now that 128 GB models are becoming affordable, the choice seems obvious. But if you want to assemble a cheap (office) PC or have another scenario tha...
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eteknix.com
Updated:
2013-09-20
Solid State Drives come in a variety of sizes and from a plethora of manufacturer's but when we focus on what the consumer actually needs, it's all quite simple. They are after a SSD that is quick, cost effective and has the capacity that they need. For t...
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