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Crucial BX300 SSD Review Discussion

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Like its predecessors, the BX300 is an impressive release for a budget drive, giving consumers a viable and inexpensive option to upgrade their computers from a platter-based hard disk system to one that runs significantly faster via solid-state drive technology. The new Crucial drive features Micron 3D NAND, a Silicon Motion Controller and a 7mm-to-9.5mm adapter bracket. With its 2.5" (7mm) form factor and SATA 6Gb/s interface, the BX300 can fit inside compact desktop PCs to ultra-slim notebooks. Not only is this one of the least expensive drives one of the SSD market, the BX300 comes with the company’s lowest power consumption to date.

 

Crucial BX300 SSD Review

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Are the sizes a mistype? If accurate, the BX300 has regressed.

BX100 (2015 review): 120, 250, 500 GB, 1 TB

BX200 (2015 review): 240, 480, 960 GB

BX300 (2017 review): 120, 240, 480 GB

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Not a mistype (at least for the capacity part, there could be one lurking around somewhere). At this time they do not offer a 1TB model. 

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