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Crucial MX100 128GB 2.5" Solid State Drive

( 4.5 Average / 31 Ratings )




Part #





SATA 6 Gb/s



Form Factor


SSD Controller

Marvell 9189

NAND Flash Type

MLC (synchronous)





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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:


from completed build My first build

Holy moly this SSD performs amazingly for its price tag! Highly recommend this to anyone!

from completed build Senbonzakura

This is the first time ever I used an SSD as windows boot device. It only takes literally 2-3 secs to boot really really fast holy shi*.

from completed build Zee Jay's Shrine

A pretty fast SSD considering its price range.

from completed build Red Box of Shame

The best SSD out there in terms of performance\gb\price. Would actually recommend the 256gb or the 512gb model if you can afford it, I couldn't :D

from completed build Dark Rainbow

Used for my OS, SSD is wonderful to have after coming off of HDDs. At 128GB, this is perfect for my Windows 8.1 OS with room to spare for programs. Though I keep games on an HDD until I can get a larger SSD.

from completed build Cor Caeruleus

Great as a boot drive. From power to Windows 8.1 (no fast boot) in about 7 seconds. I would highly recommend this drive for OS, gaming platforms like Steam/Origin, browsers and iTunes. If you're looking for a good boot drive, this is it. If you're using a 2nd SSD and want something with better power efficiency go for the BX100 by Crucial.

from completed build Elysium

Prebought Bought this about 18 months to 2 years ago as a boot drive and reinstalled Windows 8.1 on it. Never let me down, although with bigger apps coming out on Windows Store, it could get a bit tight space wise (looking at you Forza Apex, and UWP apps seemingly incapable of being run through a Windows Junction to another drive).

Run Visual Studio and Office, amongst other things, from this drive.