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250GB

Crucial P2 SSD

500GB

Crucial P2 SSD

1TB

Crucial P2 SSD

2TB

Crucial P2 SSD

Crucial P2 SSD

Whether you’re at work, in the game, or on the go, ordinary bootup speeds can frustrate your best laid plans. Good thing the Crucial® P2 SSD really flies. With plenty of storage and performance accelerated by NVMe™ technology, the P2 has the speed and dependability you need to explore your computer’s potential.

 Impressive speeds
up to 2400MB/s4

 5-Year limited 
warranty2

Do More. Wait Less.

Experience the NVMe™ difference. The Crucial P2 unlocks the performance of your computer, delivering shorter load times and faster data transfers¹.

Lasting Reliability

Backed by thousands of validation hours, dozens of qualification tests, a heritage of award-winning SSDs, and a 5-year limited warranty².

Peace of Mind

Includes SSD management software for performance optimization, data security, and firmware updates.

Crucial P2 SSD

Box Contents:
Crucial Storage Executive, Acronis® True Image for Crucial, and Crucial Easy SSD Install Guide

Capacity3
Part Number
Sequential Read
Sequential Write

2000GB

CT2000P2SSD8

2400MB/s

1900MB/s

1000GB

CT1000P2SSD8

2400MB/s

1800MB/s

500GB

CT500P2SSD8

2300MB/s

940MB/s

250GB

CT250P2SSD8

2100MB/s

1150MB/s

  1. Speed comparison based on published specs of the Crucial P1 SSD and the Crucial MX500 SSD.
  2. Warranty valid for five years from the original date of purchase or before writing the maximum total bytes written (TBW) as published in the product datasheet and as measured in the product’s SMART data, whichever comes first.
  3. Some of the storage capacity is used for formatting and other purposes and is not available for data storage. 1GB equals 1 billion bytes.
  4. Typical I/O performance numbers as measured using CrystalDiskMark® with write cache enabled, a queue depth of 64 (QD = 8, Threads = 8). Fresh out-of-box (FOB) state is assumed. For performance measurement purposes, the SSD may be restored to FOB state using the secure erase command. System variations will affect measured results.