New Crucial BX300 Offers 555/510 MB/s Sequential Read and Write Speeds

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅29.08.2017 20:38:23

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Crucial introduces the BX300 solid-state drive series featuring Micron 3D NAND flash offering great value and performance for consumers and builders today. The combination of Silicon Motion’s cutting-edge SM2258 controller along with Micron 3D NAND enables high performance, reliability and excellent value for our customers. The new Crucial BX300 3D MLC NAND is in a 2.5-inch form factor SSD, available in capacities of 120GB, 240GB and 480GB. All capacities offer performance of up to 555 MB/s sequential read and up to 510 MB/s sequential write.

With the Crucial BX300, upgrading from a traditional hard drive to an SSD will be easier. Use the Crucial Advisor Tool to determine the compatible upgrade based on their system’s manufacturer, make, and model. Supporting the BX300 is Crucial’s mobile-friendly install guide so users of all technical ability levels are armed with the straightforward, step-by-step information they need to successfully install an SSD. Data migration is also simplified with free access to Acronis True Image HD software. Use it to migrate data from your old drive into the BX300

Key Features
- Life Expectancy (MTTF) of 1.5 million hours
- Includes activation key for Acronis True Image HD software for easy data migration
- Multistep Data Integrity Algorithm
- Thermal Monitoring
- SLC Write Acceleration
- Active Garbage Collection
- TRIM Support
- Self-Monitoring and Reporting Technology (SMART)
- Error Correction Code (ECC)
- Device Sleep extreme low power mode (DEVSLP)

Pricing and Availability
The Crucial BX300 is covered by a 3-year limited warranty, MSRP for the 120GB, 240GB and 480GB models are £56.39, £83.99 and £139.19 respectively. Check out our review here.

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