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Crucial - M4 128 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive

( 4.8 Average / 41 Ratings )




Part #



128 GB


SATA 6 Gb/s

Form Factor


SSD Controller

Marvell 9174

NAND Flash Type

MLC (synchronous)

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Vergere 15 points 41 months ago
from completed build Critical Orange-2012-Upgrade

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.

audax671 7 points 37 months ago
from completed build AMD FX-4300 Future MOBA Machine

Solid SSD. Stood the test of time.

Seventh-Column 18 points 33 months ago
from completed build The Silent Cartographer

Fast and just what I needed. I would recommend at <$70.

MedicalFlyer 3 points 31 months ago
from completed build HuffMaster (Final Edition)

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.

ICantBuildPCs 8 points 28 months ago

This came from off craigslist for about $25. Great SSD, holds my OS.

Seventh-Column 11 points 19 months ago
from completed build Gravemind

A friend sent this to me for free. Works good. I do recommend if you can get it for cheap.

Dr-Node-304 6 points 7 months ago
from completed build Node 304 Gaming Rig

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.

BaronMunchausen 6 points 10 days ago
from completed build Mini Me 2011

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.