Crucial CT256MX100SSD1 Deal:

Crucial MX100 2.5" 256GB SATA III Solid State Drive (CT256MX100SSD1)

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Crucial MX100 2.5" 256GB SATA III Solid State Drive (CT256MX100SSD1)
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  • Model: CT256MX100SSD1
  • Capacity: 256GB
  • Controller: Marvell 88SS9189 with Micron Custom Firmware
  • Height: 7mm
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 300 MBps
  • 4KB Random Write: Up to 70,000 IOPS
  • Warranty: 3 Year

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Brand
Crucial
Series
MX100
Model
CT256MX100SSD1
Device Type
Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Used For
Consumer

Physical
Form Factor
2.5"
Capacity
256GB
Memory Components
MLC
Interface
SATA III
Controller
Marvell 88SS9189 with Micron Custom Firmware
Height
7mm

Performance
Max Sequential Read
Up to 550 MBps
Max Sequential Write
Up to 300 MBps
4KB Random Read
Up to 85,000 IOPS
4KB Random Write
Up to 70,000 IOPS
MTTF
MTTF: 1.5M Hours

Features
Features
Endurance (TBW): 72TB

Extended Feature Set: RAIN Reliability, Opal (eDrive), Robust Data Protection, and Adaptive Thermal Monitoring

Warranty: 3 Year

Run your system longer than ever before -using less power.
-With Extreme Energy Efficiency technology, the Crucial MX100 is up to 94% more energy efficient than a typical hard drive.

Push your drive to the limit and avoid overheating.
-Adaptive Thermal Protection technology enables the Crucial MX100 to dynamically adjust activity based on how you're using the drive, allowing your system to stay cool.

Keep your memories, photos, and files safe.
-When a photo or file gets corrupted, it often becomes unusable. Prevent this from happening in the first place. Every NAND component in the MX100 is armed with four layers of Exclusive Data Defense.

Protect all your data - even if the power goes out.
-With Power Loss Protection, if you happen to be saving a file and you suddenly loose power, your data will still be preserved.

Do More - Faster.
-Get true 550 MB/s sequential reads on both compressible and incompressible data - and leave your old 177 MB/s hard drive in the dust.

Get best-in-class hardware encryption.
-Keep personal files information secure from hackers and thieves with AES 256-bit encryption - the same grade used by banks and hospitals. The MX100 meets Microsoft eDrive, IEEE-1667, and TCG Opal 2.0.

Save and transfer files in seconds rather than minutes.
-Our exclusive Native Write Acceleration technology spreads the drive's workload across several elements, enabling you to perform write-related tasks in seconds rather than minutes.

Attain consistently fast speeds without compromising data reliability.
-Our engineers created RAIN technology. This enterprise-class, RAID-like technology increases the protection of data to a level rarely seen in consumer SSD's.

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So much SSD for the $$$. Why buy anything else?

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It's a good drive too. I'm kind of irritated. I bought this drive from Newegg last week for $115.

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Tempting, tempting ....

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tex0322 said:   It's a good drive too. I'm kind of irritated. I bought this drive from Newegg last week for $115.
  http://promotions.newegg.com/nepro/13-2430/index.html
14 days

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So with rough #s all at the egg:

256GB Samsung 840 Pro Series SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive SSD $139.99 + Free Shipping

256GB Crucial MX100 Series 2.5" SATA III MLC Solid State Drive $90 w/ Visa Checkout + Free Shipping

240GB PNY Optima Series 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drive $70 w/ Visa Checkout + Free Shipping

Why shouldn't I get the PNY, save $20 over the Crucial and $70 over the Samsung? I won't be keeping it for anywhere near MTTF: 1M Hours. A zillionth of a second faster is not a concern here. If I'm ill informed please inform.

Just so you know I know I'm posting this in all 3 SSD threads.

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Reliability/Warranty/Power consumption in that order. A HD failure is a pain to deal with because it is very time consuming to try to recover your data, so a lot of us would pay a little more to avoid that. On reliability, it's 840 Pro < Crucial < PNY. Warranty: Samsung = 5yrs, Crucial = 3yrs, PNY = 3yrs. Power consumption, and this is more important for people who use it in their laptop: 840 Pro < Crucial << PNY. Personally, I would go with the Crucial because $140 is still not a great deal on that 840 Pro, but $90 is an excellent deal on the MX100. This is just my opinion, I am not buying any of these, because I bought the Crucial M500 6 months ago, and I have it running in my PC right now. I couldn't be happier with my SDD.

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hmm? For some reason, my reply posted as a new account.

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zapjb said:   
Why shouldn't I get the PNY, save $20 over the Crucial and $70 over the Samsung? I won't be keeping it for anywhere near MTTF: 1M Hours. A zillionth of a second faster is not a concern here. If I'm ill informed please inform.

 

  
The PNY has horrible ~~Power Consumption (Active) 5W. Mechanical HDDs are 2-3W active. Would really matter in a laptop. Plus extra heat.
The Crucial has amazing ~~Power Consumption (Active) 0.15W. Plus the OP list the other benefits of this Crucial drive. Features the others just don't offer.
In this world $20 goes pretty quick, but I run my SSD's 4+ years and really get my money out of them. SSD's stay fast, and I don't need to replace them often since they are OS/Program drives only. My storage drives get upgraded more often. 

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jjmIII said:   
tex0322 said:   It's a good drive too. I'm kind of irritated. I bought this drive from Newegg last week for $115.
  http://promotions.newegg.com/nepro/13-2430/index.html 
14 days

   

Oh sweet. Thanks for this info!

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I love companies that hoinor price matches. They sent me an e gift card no questions asked.

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shows as sold out as of 10:21 PM PST.

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Advertised write speeds on this SSD are abysmal.

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Seems that even though this is still up, the deal isn't quite as good as it is listed for. Only 10% off for me.

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This should be updated. Right now this is $122.22 on Newegg. Although if you get it on TigerDirect with the screw pack it's a bit cheaper than Newegg even with the coupon code, and you get screws LINK

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Am I not doing something correctly? I added the Crucial MX100 drive to my shopping cart, added the "VCO" code and it only gives me 10% off, making the final price $111.68. How do I get it down to $89.99? Thanks!

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ryanstegman said:   Am I not doing something correctly? I added the Crucial MX100 drive to my shopping cart, added the "VCO" code and it only gives me 10% off, making the final price $111.68. How do I get it down to $89.99? Thanks!
 The price changed. That deal is dead. Use new code  ~~15% off w/ promo code EMCPBHW22, ends 8/22.

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