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Crucial MX300 SSD Review (1050GB) Discussion

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Crucial’s new 1050GB model is a welcomed addition to their MX300 line, as it’s always nice to see inexpensive, high-capacity SSDs hit the consumer market. Leveraging company’s 3D TLC NAND, the 1050GB MX300 provides consumers with even more density. Continuing the company’s trend to putting enterprise-like reliability features in their consumer drive, Crucial also provides embedded software to protect against bit rot and data loss while its use of Data Defense technology safeguards against data corruption and its Adaptive Thermal Protection for adaptive cooling. All of these features are coupled with a 3-year warranty, giving even more peace of mind to the consumer.

 

Crucial MX300 SSD Review (1050GB)

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Basically an SSD for people who need capacity, but don't care about speed.

 

Depending on how it's priced I guess it might have a chance. The 850 Evo 1  TB seems to be the closest thing this has to a competitor and it is a faster performing drive overall.

 

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Looks a good bit faster than the X400; if it's close to the 850 EVO in performance that's actually pretty impressive, given that the 850 EVO is one of the faster drives around in consumer space benchmark races.

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