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Crucial-m500.33910101
9.9 out of 10

Crucial M500

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Overall 9
8.8

Crucial M500 CT240M500SSD1 240GB 2.5" SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) w / Adapter

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014
Overall 8
8.3

Crucial M500 CT120M500SSD1 120GB 2.5" SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) w / Adapter

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014
Overall 8
8.2

Crucial M500 CT240M500SSD3 240GB mSATA MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014
Overall 9
9.2

Crucial M500 CT960M500SSD1 960GB 2.5" SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) w / Adapter

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014
Overall 10
10

Crucial M500 CT480M500SSD1 480GB 2.5" SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) w / Adapter

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014
Overall 8
8.0

Crucial M500 CT120M500SSD3 120GB mSATA MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014
Overall 10
10

Crucial M500 CT480M500SSD3 480GB mSATA MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014

Crucial M500 960GB 2.5-inch Internal SSD

BCCHardware
7 February 2014
  • Summary: I've been looking forward to trying out the Crucial M500 for a while now. While I have been using a smaller one in a different production machine, there is something about a "terabyte class" SSD that makes most computer enthusiasts hearts beat a bit faster. The 960GB M500 from Crucial does exactly what they say it will do - the biggest question is how long it will last.
  • Pros: Exceeds rated read and write speeds, 7mm low profile fits in many Ultrabooks and thinner laptops, Excellent compatibility, Decent 3 year warranty, Massive storage (for an SSD), Very affordable for a terabyte-class SSD.
  • Cons: No desktop drive bracket included, No software bundle included in the box for migration
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Overall 8
7.8
Performance 8
8.0

Crucial M500 M.2 NGFF SATA 3 SSD Review (480GB) – High Capacity and Power Loss Data Protection

thessdreview.com
19 December 2013
  • Conclusion: As much as we want the unbelievable performance that we see in PCIe M.2 SSDs, the name of the game today is capacity and the number of e-mails received from people looking for higher capacity SSDs is amazing.  As much as we see those that already have M.2 SSD contained systems, there are several who, like we have previously, realize that great savings can be achieved in buying a M.2 SSD notebook or ultra with the lowest capacity SSD, and upgrading on availability.
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Clash of the terabyte titans: Crucial M500 960GB vs. Samsung 840 EVO 1TB

techreport.com
18 December 2013
  • Summary: We've waded through a lot of performance data, and we'll indulge a couple more graphs before weighing in with our final verdict. The following scatter plots use an overall performance score derived by comparing how each drive stacks up against a common baseline. This score is based on a subset of our performance data , and we've mashed it up with per-gigabyte prices from Neweegg.
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