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More Than a Decade of Crucial SSD Evolution

Crucial launched its first SSD in 2008, named quite simply the Crucial® SSD. As the only drive in our portfolio at the time, the Crucial SSD offered capacities from 32GB to 64GB, sequential reads up to a whopping 100 MB/s, and a price tag between $500 and $1,000.

How technology leveled up the music game

Music is nuance. It’s the soulful guitar soloist playing a little behind the beat. It’s the grace notes shaping melodies. It’s the 30th audio layer on an intricate dj mix, adding a hand clap or a piccolo or a bird song.But music, and all of its subtleties, is also data. FromFrom the small-time artists recording at home...

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Crucial P1 SSD – Fast capacity for less

Whether you are trying to get in the game faster or store all your precious memories, the Crucial® P1 SSD delivers. With capacities up to 2TB and performance accelerated by the latest NVMeTM PCIe® technology, the P1 is designed to be the only storage upgrade you need. Accelerate everything.

Install made easy

Nervous about installing an SSD? It’s easy and instantly makes your computer significantly faster! Anyone can do it – just follow along in our app! No computer skills are necessary. You don’t have to deal with a slow computer any more. Install an SSD – it’s easy! Here’s a quick look at how to do it.

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Is more memory or fast memory better?

Does “8GB 2666 MT/s RAM” make sense to you? If it looks like alphabet soup, you’re not the only one who feels that way.If you’ve never installed computer hardware and you’re considering a memory (RAM or DRAM) upgrade, you’re on the right track to fixing a slow desktop or laptop. 

Why hard drives fail when ssds don't

Where you choose to store your files and data – on traditional hard drives, or on the newer solid state drives (SSDs) – is one of those decisions that can help you bypass an expensive loss by avoiding unnecessary risk, based on how they’re built.