Crucial.com. The Memory Experts.sm
At Crucial.com, we know memory. We research it. Test it. Stock it. And we'll even replace it. We're among the first ones to get a new platform, OS, motherboard, or killer game and we waste no time putting it to the test. We sit in dark rooms reading benchmark scores. We spend hours installing and uninstalling memory modules into motherboard after motherboard... We don't get tired. We never cut corners. We break our backs to get your upgrade out the door in a flash. And we support our products—and customers—every step of the way.
Crucial.com has been serving its customers for nearly 15 years. And we use our expertise to make it easy for our customers to find the right upgrade. Our award-winning online applications—the Crucial Memory Advisor™ tool and the Crucial® System Scanner—take the guesswork out of giving new life to your computer with a memory or storage upgrade. We proudly offer a 45-day money-back guarantee that our memory will be compatible with your system, when you purchase on crucial.com using one of our compatibility tools.
The Crucial.com website carries over 250,000 products for more than 50,000 desktops, laptops, servers, and other electronic devices. We manufacture, sell, and support a wide range of award-winning products, including memory (RAM) and solid state storage.
The Crucial brand represents high-quality memory that has been qualified and approved by all major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and unlike many of our competitors, we test 100 percent of the modules that head out our doors. We back our products with industry-leading warranties, and we strive to expand our offerings to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers—customers just like you.
Crucial.com is operated by a subsidiary of Micron Technology, Inc., one of the largest memory manufacturers worldwide. This relationship allows us to offer our customers industry-leading technology and Micron's more than 35 years of experience.
You can trust Crucial.com to provide you with the right product.
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