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Crucial MX500 1TB SATA 2.5-inch 7mm Internal SSD, 1000, CT1000MX500SSD1, Blue/Gray

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  • Start your system in seconds, load files almost instantly, accelerate your most demanding applications, store massive data with drive capacities up to 2TB, be more efficient with Micron 3D NAND
  • Enjoy a cooler, quieter computer and extend laptop battery life using only 100 mW of power, Keep all your saved work if power is unexpectedly cut with Integrated Power Loss Immunity
  • Sequential read - 560 MB/s; Sequential write - 510 MB/s
  • Country of Origin: China
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Fly through everything you do. Start your system in seconds, load files almost instantly, and accelerate the most demanding applications with the Crucial MX500. Our Dynamic Write Acceleration technology uses an adaptable pool of high-speed, single- level cell flash memory to generate blistering speeds. Store up to 2TB of data. Save massive amounts of photos, music, and videos comfortably and securely. With fast access to your media, creations, and designs, you're ready to share at the speed of your life. Enjoy the efficiency of next-gen Micron 3D NAND. Our cutting-edge components are engineered from start to finish for efficiency. As a result, the Crucial MX500 uses only a minimal amount of power and still delivers a high price-to-performance ratio, without needing a financing plan to pay for it. Experience a faster, cooler, and quieter computer in your home or business. You'll wonder how you ever put up with a hard drive. Upgrade with a drive you can count on. With thousands of hours of pre-release validation, dozens of SSD qualification tests, and a heritage of award- winning SSDs, the Crucial MX500 has been thoroughly tried, tested, and proven. Secure your most important files on a drive with established dependability and these advanced features.

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Shivanandana
5.0 out of 5 stars Why and Why not to chose Crucial MX500 SSD? [Compared with Samsung 860EVO]
Reviewed in India on 19 September 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Why and Why not to chose Crucial MX500 SSD? [Compared with Samsung 860EVO]
Reviewed in India on 19 September 2019
SSD is very different from HDD. It is important to understand the difference before buying.

HDD is like plain empty space where you keep filling data in FIFO manner.(First In First Out).
SSD on the other hand is like a "mini-computer" in itself. It is not just an empty space to fill. There is hundreds of operations that happens when writing and reading the data. There is a dedicated micro-computer/processor inside an SSD. It has it's own cache, it's own programming etc. So, it is like having a small computer within your computer that allocates space, manages read/write operations. You even have firmware upgrades to your SSD.

That is why just "Price/GB = Value" formula won't work on SSD.

Now, every company has their way of programming their product. There are various types of NAND modes in SSD like SLC, MLC, TLC, eMLC, QLC.. where SLC is most expensive but very durable and suitable for enterprise/business. QLC being cheapest but less durable.

I have both Samsung 860EVO and Crucial MX500. Below is my analysis:

When you compare it Samsung 860EVO, refer the images that I've attached. From the first test,(less memory written for less number of times] it seems Samsung is clear winner.. but hold on...
If you see the next set of images, where more memory is written more number of times, you'll see there is a significant drop in Samsung's performance. This is what I mentioned about internal programming of SSD. Where as you'll see Crucial MX500's speed is almost same in both cases. (Consistency).

Ofcourse, I've also attached HDD performance, clearly it'll show why you should upgrade to SSD from HDD.

So, my conclusion, --> Samsung SSD are suited for smaller amount memory which are written less frequently.
Crucial MX500 --> Suited for steady, long term, non spiking performance.
Even you can go for ADATA SSDs they are reliable but the cheaper ones will be little slower because of QLC type.

FINAL VERDICT:- For a difference of 1000+ Rupees, if you are a home user with normal gaming and storage stuffs, go for Crucial MX500 SSD. It is actually of high quality and serves the purpose very well.
I have been using both Samsung and Crucial and I didn't notice any practical difference when copying, reading, writing, gaming etc on both. They are identical in performance for human perception. Crucial is actually better in some aspects.

What to be aware of?
Package comes with a small square shaped extra metal. It was of no use to me.
The firmware on my SSD was already updated and latest.
You can download Crucial SSD software for authentication, future firmware upgrade etc.
You buy 500GB but only get 465GB usable. Well, this is the case with all memory devices and the 7% loss actually helps for random file operations.

For first time buyers, I hope this was helpful. :-)
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5.0 out of 5 stars 💖👍An Excellent with DRAM SSD for fast storage.In depth review.
Reviewed in India on 3 February 2022
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Reviewed in India on 3 February 2022
🤏 A PREVIEW TO PURCHASE – A DEEPER DIVE INTO DETAILS ..
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🔹️Even though it took some time to go through all the details, I must say that this purchase has surely left me quite brushed up regarding any NVME or SATA ssd.
 
I recently decided to upgrade my existing 1 TB Seagate barracuda pro SSHD boot up drive , as it failed just over an year, it was a real tough task to lock on to the correct parameters to check , so as to make a sound purchase.
 
🔹️I would also like to share my journey of this selection process, in case it helps any fellow buyer, as believe me, there is a lot more to look for beyond mere advertised read write speed.

⭐Bit lengthy but worth reading before shelling out 10 grand.
 
❗Also please note that proceed only after verification that you have a SATA 3, 6 GBPs system, otherwise for laptops with the older sata versions 1 or 2 , the data transfer speeds will be restricted & be a lot less.
 
 
🎯 FIX THE SIZE :
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There is no way ahead, unless you decide what’s the size that you are looking for.
 
🔹️If you are planning on using it as a bootup drive then go for no less than 512 GB and if you are into games, you can go for anything up to 2 TB depending upon your budget.

🔶️For gaming though, I suggest you to go for blazing fast nvme drives provided you have that slot.
If you have two drive slots – one can be nvme for bootup & sata ssd for storage.
 
🔹️Even if you are not into games – I would suggest not to go below 512 GB as a future proof measure considering the ever-increasing application and software installation sizes.
 
🔹️For any storage or bootup drive anything is good provided you keep 10 % space free, for optimum disk performance and speed.
 
♦️I decided to go for 1TB SATA SSD version to be used as a simple storage drive.

🔹️For boot up drive, I purchased an Adata SX 8200 pro nvme drive.

🔹️Out of 1 TB, I got around 931.5 GB of usable space. 

🔹️Also talking about its physical size, most Sata SSDs are now 7 mm wide but any thing of width 7 mm or 9.5 mm would fit just fine in the sata slot.

🔹️An extra rubber adaptor for levelling up the 7 mm drive to 9.5 mm, is also given with this drive pack.
 
🎯 QLC, TLC or MLC:
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This is another very critical deciding feature as it represents the data packing density per cell.
 
🔹️The QLC is the latest technology and stands for Quad level cell and contains 4 bits per cell.
Samsung Qvo is such example.

In a similar fashion:

 🔹️TLC – Triple level cell & contains 3 bits per cell.   (Pretty fast with decent reliability & cost)
🔹️MLC – Multi level cell & contains 2 bits per cell   ( Super-fast and reliable but very costly )
🔹️SLC – Single level Cell & contains 1 bits per cell. (Super-fast and reliable but extremely costly)
 
However, with increased data density - the price per GB, write endurance, sustained read write speeds of the drive and the drive reliability goes down.
 
🔹️So in short, I would suggest to, go for a TLC Drive which is an optimum compromise between cost and reliability especially when you are going to install an OS on it.
 
🔹️Constant data rewrite would not affect its data and speed reliability in such case.
 
🔹️If it is to be used as a storage drive for general data , then you can surely go for a QLC drive like the Samsung QVO and others.
 
🔹️MLC & SLC drives are way too costly and impractical for normal users and are mostly meant for servers.
 
♦️The MX500 is an improved version of BX500 with better controller TLC drive and other parameters also in favour of purchase.
 
🎯DRAM or DRAM LESS:
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🔹️This is another important deciding factor, nowadays in the market many SSDs are coming without any of their own Dynamic RAM and utilise the system RAM to cut on the price margins but in the longer run, it suffers in speed and endurance especially while writing, hence, I would still suggest going for “with DRAM” SSDs.
 
🔹️Here, in crucial MX500 The DRAM cache is around 1 GB, unlike many other budget dram less drives.
 
🔆Crucial P1 , is one Dram less, QLC based drive and is surely a lower range option.
 
🔹️This would result in sustained speed endurance over time.
  
🎯SPEED & THERMAL MANAGEMENT:
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I read so many reviews on various sites about some of the fastest drives and found Samsung to definitely lead in most cases.

However in case of Sata SSDs, generally all drives have a range of around 500 MB per sec - some a few more & some a few less , so if you are confident about your brand , just go for it.

🤏 A slight variation of 30 to 40 MB per sec won’t make much of a difference.
 
🔹️Samsung EVO are good in speeds but are very costly in comparison.
 
🔹️Further to note is the SLC caching feature in drives, which again, by virtue of its single level architecture is very fast in read write operations.
 
♦️ I have an HP omen with core i7 8750H processor , Nvidia 1070 GTX graphics card & a 16 GB 2666 MHz RAM.

In multiple tests, with even fan on – it generally  gave a read write speed of 540 to 500 MB per sec which is similar to the advertised speed.
 
🔹️Faster speeds come in handy when playing games or high-resolution videos or doing some heavy video editing jobs.
 
♦️This drive temperatures were pretty stable too & below 50 degrees Celsius at all times so no issues in cooling.  
 
🎯BRAND RELIABILITY, WARRANTY & SERVICE CENTRE AVAILABILITY:
 
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This is another very critical feature to look for in practical terms .

🔹️Check for multiple product reviews to ensure low failure rate and high product reliability. Samsung, Western digital, crucial, Kingston, Adata, Transcend etc are some good brands.
 
🔹️If the drive supports low parity bit checking then depending upon the effective algorithm of error checking by drive onboard controller , one can expect a better reliability.
 
🔹️Check for warranty periods offered, the more the better.

🔹️Service centre availability is another major thing to look for, in case you need their help.

❗Some companies like Adata will only allow in-person submission of faulty drives at their service centers in india , which could be a big trouble.
 
♦️Crucial MX500 comes with 5 years of warranty and has many service centres across india.
 
🎯TBW :
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🔹️This is the Terabyte Write capacity of the drive before the drive storage starts degrading. In most cases it is more than too much, so do not worry too much for this figure.
 
♦️In MX500, the TBW offered is 360 TB which is quite a good endurance rating compared to most SSDs.

🔆For a basic idea, It basically means that for a given warranty of 5 years you can practically write like 197 GB data per day up to 5 years.

 
🎯 COST :
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You can Keep the selected drive in your Wishlist and in event of any sale, you can surely have a good margin at prices.
 
🔹️For information, Samsung & WD are mostly overpriced, so you can go for alternate good manufacturers like Crucial Adata, Corsair , Kingston etc which also offer good speeds and reliability.

🔹️I got this crucial MX500 for 9646 bucks in a sale against 10700 as regular price, which is decent enough.
 
🎯FINAL VERDICT  :
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I shortlisted the crucial MX500 after comparing and reading about a lot many drives and essential parameters and by far now, I am fully satisfied with its speed and temperature management.

It is very much comparable to Samsung drive & with its new micron 64-bit TLC controller and I do not see the need to spend any extra bucks just for brand reputation.

🤏For record, micron which is the parent company for crucial , is the designer of the onboard drive controller for a majority of other brands.

👍Surely recommended.

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Reviewed in France on 18 October 2018
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Méfiez-vous de ce vendeur! Il vend des produits d'occasion pour des produits neufs !
J'ai acheté un disque SSD. J'ai pu constaté à réception que l'étiquette de garantie constructeur n'était plus vierge.
Mais pire que cela, comme le montre les photos le vendeur a tenté de masquer la violation de l'étiquette de garantie en collant 2 à 3 étiquettes au dessus de l'étiquette constructeur.
En plus, le spacer qui doit être fourni dans la boite était absent.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Amazon... Amazon... Ma cosa stai diventando....
Reviewed in Italy on 17 February 2019
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Luis A.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excelente rendimiento y precio por Gbyte (última actualización 25/08/2021)
Reviewed in Spain on 27 July 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excelente rendimiento y precio por Gbyte (última actualización 25/08/2021)
Reviewed in Spain on 27 July 2018
Ediciones al final.

Aprovechando el Prime Day y la oferta que puso Amazon de este disco duro, lo compré a un precio más que aceptable (83 euros) en cuanto a la relación calidad precio era una oferta excelente. Ya tenía en mente comprar un SSD para acelerar mi equipo de unos 4 años y estuve barajando este disco duro Crucial y los de la otra marca con más opiniones favorables y más ventas, el SAMSUMG 850 EVO.

[[ASIN:B00P73B1E4 Samsung 850 EVO - Disco duro sólido (500 GB, Serial ATA III, 540 MB/s, 2.5"), negro]]

En cuanto a las comparaciónes de las características de ambos, que podemos encontrar en los "Benchmark" que existen por la web, vemos que tienen similares características y respuestas, por lo que cualquiera de estos dos SDD es una excelente opción para comprar, ya que en el momento de escribir estas líneas, están en Amazon al mismo precio. En el momento que bajen alguno de los dos (como ocurrió el día del Prime Day) ese sería, en mi opinión, el disco duro a elegir, si el precio es similar, quizás el Samsung es la mejor opción por los comentarios de los compradores, aunque esto último es relativo y es una apreciación personal.

En el caso del Crucial MX500 estas son:

- Incoporpora Micron ® 3D NAND.
- Soporta hasta SATA 6.0Gb/s (existen tres velocidades SATA I (1.5Gb/s), SATA II (3.0Gb/s) and SATA III (6.0Gb/s)).
- 560 MB/s de lectura secuencial y 510 MB/s escritura máxima.
- Garantía de 5 años por el fabricante (para España sólo 3).

En el caso del Samsung 850 esta son:

- Tecnología 3D V-NAND de Samsung.
- Interfaz SATA 6 Gb/s, compatible con el interfaz SATA 3 Gb/s & SATA 1,5 Gb/s.
- Hasta 540MB/s de lectura secuencial y 520MB/s de escritura
- Garantía de 5 años por el fabricante.

Otra opción es comprar el Crucial MX500 de 1Tb que tiene una relación precio/Gbyte excelente, pero era demasiado caro para mí, si el precio sigue rondando los 170 euros seguirá siendo una compra recomendable.

Experiencia de compra

En cuanto a mi experiencia de compra, puntualizo lo siguiente. En el momento de comprarlo existía dos opciones: paquete abre fácil o con caja original, un poco más caro. El paquete abre fácil consiste en que el disco duro te lo envían en dentro de un blíster de plástico con las instrucciones de uso y con un sobre de cartón, tal y como he mostrado en las fotografías. En mi opinión algo nefasto por que no protege el producto de golpes, al menos un sobre acolchado tendría que haberse incluido, por ser el producto del que se trata, aun así llegó en perfectas condiciones.

Lo primero que hice es comprobar las horas de uso del disco duro, dicha comprobación dio por resultado que era un disco duro completamente nuevo y sin usar.

Montaje

En mi caso monté el SSD como disco duro principal de mi portátil, sustituyendo el anterior por este y el normal lo he colocado en sustitución del grabador DVD del portátil, comprando para ello un adaptador.

Como el SSD ya venía formateado realicé la instalación desde cero de Windows 10 en él, decir que si tienes licencia original digital del sistema operativo, una vez que este se instala correctamente, esa licencia digital se actualiza y no se pierde. Teniendo de nuevo tu licencia completamente legal y activa.

Uso

Una vez montado y probado, el resultado es excepcional, se nota una enormidad el cambio de disco duro, el arranque es inmediato, la ejecución de aplicaciones, la instalación, etc., rejuvenece el ordenador en cuanto a velocidad de ejecución, es increíble lo que influye.

Es recomendable instalar la aplicación Crucial Storage Executive desde la página de Crucial, te da información de la salud del disco duro entre otras y además permite actualizar el firmware del propio disco duro de forma fácil y cómoda. Ojo, en mí caso utilizando el actualizador automático de la aplicación hizo que entrara el sistema operativo en bucle, al estropear el sector de arranque, error reconocido por ellos, solución en mi caso: volver a instalar Windows 10 de nuevo. Por lo tanto para evitar problemas actualizar el firmware desde el propio fichero del firmware descargado, no desde la opción automática del Crucial Storage Executive.

Resumen final.

Cosas que me ha gustado

- Disco duro excelente al precio que lo compré, aun al precio actual lo sigue siendo, se nota una barbaridad el rendimiento del portátil con el instalado.
- Al ser una memoria, no tiene ruido.
- Al precio idéntico tanto el de Samsung como el Crucial es una excelente opción de compra.
- Soporte en la web del fabricante tanto en software como en actualizaciones de firmware.

Cosas que no me han gustado

- El envío con escasa protección, aunque el producto sea nuevo sin usar, al menos un sobre acolchado sería lo ideal.

Recomendable sin dudar por la relación calidad precio que tiene y por el rendimiento excelente. En la semana que llevo de uso, es el día y la noche en cuanto a velocidad de ejecución y de arranque con respecto al disco duro normal que tenía.

Espero que esta opinión sea de utilidad.

Edición después de un mes de uso.

No he tenido ningún problema con el por ahora, ni pérdida de sistema operativo, ni sectores defectuosos ni nada por el estilo. Creo que los principales problemas que se presentan es al realizar la clonación, así que si es posible realizad una instalación desde cero del Windows 10.

Edición 28/11/2018.

El rendimiento sigue siendo el mismo, la temperatura sigue siendo baja y ninguna perdida de datos y sectores defectuoso, usado como disco principal con sistema operativo, encantado con el SSD.

Edición 01/08/2020

Casi dos años después el disco duro sigue funcionando perfectamente no se ha degradado en absoluto, mi uso principal ofimática general, algunas descargas, etc nada de juegos, pero lo recomiendo, ha salido realmente bueno.

Edición 25/08/2021

Casi tres años después sigue funcionando como el primer día, uso ofimático sin sectores defectuosos ni nada por el estilo.
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