( 4.8 Average / 41 Ratings )
Sadly, this SSD was an early unit, and had to be updated to support TRIM. It's worked well so far, but after having scanned it and found about a 9% failure rate on the internals, I'll be looking to replace it, probably with a newer Crucial unit, or one with the new 3D SSD's.
Solid SSD. Stood the test of time.
Fast and just what I needed. I would recommend at <$70.
The second SSD ever to grace the system after upgrading from an old ASAX 128gb. Bought it when the M4 range came along. Works well enough without seeing a need for any of the newer models until it falls over.
This came from off craigslist for about $25. Great SSD, holds my OS.
A friend sent this to me for free. Works good. I do recommend if you can get it for cheap.
Purchased this back in 2013 and moving from a HDD to a SSD was the biggest performance upgrade I experienced from a single component!
Crucial are known for their reliability and this SSD had survived over 2 builds and is still going strong.
As it is mainly used for my OS, the 128GB capacity and 500mb read/write is pretty much all I need at the moment.
For 2011 time this was a great SSD (and really still is imho) just now (2019) that games have taken so much space/gotten bigger that 128 just dose not cut it today. I have not yet had any issues with the M4 and still is a great old SSD for just the OS for todays times.