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Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD4 1TB 3D NAND, SATA III M.2 2280 SSD Drive - £85.49 @ anikokadar eBay
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Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD4 1TB 3D NAND, SATA III M.2 2280 SSD Drive - £85.49 @ anikokadar eBay

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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Comes with 3 years warranty.

Seller notes: “New Crucial 1TB SSD 2280 M.2 drive. Never been used. Original package is missing as bought and packed in bulk. Comes with 3 years warranty.”

Technical specification:
Brand nameCrucial Item Weight9.07 g
Product Dimensions8 x 2.2 x 0.1 cm




Item model numberCT1000MX500SSD4
SeriesCT1000MX500SSD4 MX500
Form FactorCrucial MX500 M.2
Processor Count1
Hard Drive Size1 TB
Hard Disk TechnologySSD
Hard Drive InterfaceSolid State
Wattage 60

Data Transfer Rate 6 Gb per second
Digital Storage Capacity 1 TB
Installed Flash Memory Size 1 TB
Item Dimensions 8 x 2.21 x 0.13 cm
Item Weight 9 grams
Memory Storage Capacity 1 GB
Read Speed 560 MB
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Depends what you are after, but just keep in mind this is a SATA III M.2 rather than an NVMe M.2
It's a distinction that isn't always obvious unless you know a bit more about these M.2 drives (or at least it wasn't clear to me at first)
Sanzai17/12/2019 18:55

Depends what you are after, but just keep in mind this is a SATA III M.2 …Depends what you are after, but just keep in mind this is a SATA III M.2 rather than an NVMe M.2It's a distinction that isn't always obvious unless you know a bit more about these M.2 drives (or at least it wasn't clear to me at first)


Unless you're going to be transferring extremely large files regularly, the difference is tiny. If you're planning on using it for just OS and games you may as well get a larger capacity SATA for the same price as a small NVMe.
Uthman_Hamid18/12/2019 14:08

Unless you're going to be transferring extremely large files regularly, …Unless you're going to be transferring extremely large files regularly, the difference is tiny. If you're planning on using it for just OS and games you may as well get a larger capacity SATA for the same price as a small NVMe.


Yes, I agree with that logic but recently fairly decent NVMe drives of similar capacity to SATA III drives seem to be costing about the same...
My logic is to get the faster drive as possible.

This drive eats up valuable nvme slots on our motherboards.
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