This follow-on to the affordable and speedy P5 is (slightly) faster and supports PCIe 4, but it's also significantly pricier.
This TLC NAND drive won't regularly let you down when writing large files.
Crucial in pictures
We visited Crucial's home turf to see what was coming.
Micron’s memory brand Crucial are showing off their new 32GB RAM modules at Computex in Taipei.
Crucial has announced the availability of the Crucial P1 SSD, a PC storage device that leverages the NVMe PCIe interface and Micron’s leading-edge QLC technology.
Crucial has launched its new BX500 SSD, available in a 2.5-inch form factor and 120GB, 240GB and 480GB capacities.
Crucial has announced the availability of DDR4 2933 MT/s Registered DIMM server modules.
Crucial has announced the launch of its new Crucial MCrucial has announced the launch of its new Crucial MX500 SSD to kick off this year's CES 2018.X500 SSD.
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Today Ballistix became its own brand (no longer a sub-brand of Crucial which becomes a sibling rather than a parent brand). It also showed off its first NVMe drive.
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