• (OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
  • (OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
  • (OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
  • (OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
  • (OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
  • (OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
  • (OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
  • (OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
(OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
(OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
(OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
(OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
(OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
(OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
(OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3
(OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3

(OLD MODEL) Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive - CT500MX200SSD3

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  • Sequential reads/writes up to 555 / 500 MB/s on all file types
  • Random reads/writes up to 100k / 87k IOPS on all file types
  • Up to 5x more endurance and over 2x more energy efficient than a typical client SSD
  • Dynamic Write Acceleration delivers faster saves and file transfers

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Hardware is amazing. Software... less so I now realize how slow my 5400rpm hdd is! I'm very pleased after 3 days. If it didn't come with Acronis, I'd probably have given it 5 stars, but it did and must be considered.Pros:- Came with 2 screws! The EVO 850 mSATA apparently doesn't. This wasn't huge but more an unnecessary pain.- FAST boot times. Seriously, everything flies on this thing.- Comes with Acronis keyCons:- Acronis didn't work correctly for me. I didn't have space to clone my entire hdd onto the new drive, but I wasn't able to get it to exclude items. It tried for a while but then would just take me back to a previous screen. I ended up clean installing Windows 10 on the new drive, which is probably for the best in the long run but means I have to do some reinstalling. 4For 500GB, $200 for a mSATA SSD is a great deal in terms of $/GB as of June 2015. Definite improvement over traditional HD. Very speedy, but did not increase my boot time as fast as I expected. Perhaps this is because my motherboard is 5 years old or because I did not reinstall Windows. I used a free version of Macrium Reflect to clone my old 7200 RPM hard drive (very easy cloning software). don't forget to change your boot order in your BIOS if you have multiple hard drives for your computer.Games and programs load much, MUCH faster though. Enjoy my comparison list:Windows 7 Boot7200 RPM HD: 60 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 37 secondsStarcraft 2 startup from battle.net launcher:7200 RPM HD: 81 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 32 secondsGuild Wars 2 misc. BETWEEN zone loads:7200 RPM HD: 25 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 7 secondsGuild Wars 2 misc. WITHIN zone loads (warping to another waypoint within the same zone):7200 RPM HD: 3+ secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: LESS THAN 1 secondMicrosoft Office (Word, PPT, Excel)7200 RPM HD: 5-10 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: LESS THAN 1 secondiTunes (version 12.1.2) (1311 songs or 5.73GB)7200 RPM HD: 25 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 5 secondsChrome (16 tabs, youtube, facebook, amazon, email, ebay, and more)7200 RPM HD: 20 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 4 seconds 5Compatibility issues with PhatNoise car audio system My application for this SSD is a bit unusual, so my experience is not representative of most users.I purchased this mSATA SSD in conjunction with a 2.5" mSATA-IDE adapter so that I could use it in a PhatNoise car audio system's DMS cartridge (for music storage). It worked beautifully on the car's Phatbox, but when inserted into the DMS cradle (which converts IDE to USB and allows you to manage your music on the drive with your computer), it behaved quite erratically. Something is different about a regular HDD vs. an SSD to make it so, and I don't know what. But I was able to copy the entire data from my original 2.5" 320GB IDE drive over to the Crucial SSD eventually, and it's working in the car. I will have to try to figure out how to work around the problems so that I could add music to it. Btw My Phatbox and the PhatNoise Media Manager software have been hacked [...] to allow non-PhatNoise branded drives to work.I'm doing this with the Crucial SSD and mSATA-IDE adapter because of the need to get more storage capacity. The original 320GB drive was full and they don't make any 2.5" drives with more capacity, in fact they don't make them at all any more. The mSATA drive + adapter solution lets me use modern, larger capacity drives. 4Must Buy for Msata based laptop or ready/express cache laptops Exactly as described. awesome price, timely shipping and delivery. With the import duty and shipping still it was way cheaper than what i was getting in my country. i was little skeptical in international order but amazon has lived up to their reputation.coming to the product. The MX200 series are the latest series from crucial, although MX550 is still selling on Amazon at a premium but i don't see any reason to shell out those extra dollars. This drive supports 6GBps and clubbed with it Acronis imaging software works like a charm. although the version of Acronis is a basic one but i am fine with the product as long as it serves the purpose and is hassle free.i have a Asus laptop which came with 24gb msata as ready cache. already am running a kingston V300 full size ssd, wanted more space at reasonable price, msata just was the product i was looking for.Crucial Mx100 and MX200 series have some really awesome benchmark test and reviews. was a little doubtful amount samsung since the controversy over their nand manufacturing process.None the less, very satisfied with overall experience. attaching a few pictures of installation and product. 5Great value, speedy, easy to install This little thing is a great, zippy little drive for my Lenovo T430. It reduced my boot up time in Windows 10 from about 45 seconds to about 10, which I was quite pleased by. The installation of the drive itself was relatively straightforward - just fully shut off the laptop, remove the battery, unscrew the bottom panel, and plop it in. It even includes its own screws (though my laptop had some built in).In Windows, the drive was noticed right away, and I had to format it. As a forewarning, don't use the included software for cloning in Windows 10. It doesn't work. I used Macrium Reflect Free, and it did a great job cloning over my hard disk to the other one. Then you just have to change the boot order in your BIOS, and you're all set.One of the easiest upgrades I've made in a long time, and definitely worth it for the pretty significant speed boost. 5mSATA FTW I bought this as the OS drive of a low-power small form-factor server. After putting it all together, I realized this new case didn't have a 2.5" bracket like the old case of the same brand. What a noob move! LOL. While inspecting the insides of my new server looking for places to cram the old 2.5" SSD, I came across a small port labeled 'mSATA'. Could I really be that lucky? Are there really tiny little card-like SSDs that don't cost a million dollars? I guess there are--SCORE!All the action on the server happens on its RAID array, so I can't really speak to its performance, but like all SSDs, it's silent and boots extremely fast. 4Great drive. I did no benchmark tests, but I notice the difference. Bought this for the Dell XPS 8500 that came with an mSATA port.I already use Crucial SSD drives in my other computers, so it was a no-brainer for me to purchase another for this one. I created a recovery drive from Acronis and booted up with it and was able to copy my old drive to this new one in no time.Now my computer is faster than ever.I also appreciated that the drive came with screws, so I didn't have to worry about searching for a couple of them.The only issue I encountered was that Windows complained that I needed to reactivate windows. Not the drive's problem, but just a note that other users may encounter the same problem. I had to reactivate over the phone.Highly recommended. 5Mainly Positive Experience with my Dell XPS 15 (2013). My Dell XPS 15 (2013) boots up Windows 10 in under 3 seconds, whereas before (with the mechanical hard drive) it would take anywhere between 20 and 40 seconds. Programs open quickly, and there is virtually no waiting for anything to load. My only complaint (and this could have something more to do with the computer itself) is that sometimes when playing audio files (i.e. music), the music will skip and start stuttering (almost like it wasn't buffered properly). My other computer has the regular-sized [OLD MODEL] Crucial MX100 256GB SATA 2.5-Inch Internal Solid State Drive (CT256MX100SSD1), and this issue doesn't affect that drive. Also, when I had the mechanical hard drive in my Dell XPS 15, the stuttering issue never happened. So I don't know what's going on. 4Dell 8500 Upgrade - Best Bang for Buck Very good product. Easy installation, no issues. IT COMES WITH SCREWS.I've had this installed for several weeks now. I hate reviewing products right out of the box. So I've had a chance to really wring this one out.This was an upgrade to a Dell 8500 with the mSATA connector. I do a lot of video (HD not 4k) and photo processing and wanted to either buy a new workstation or upgrade the 8500. Decided to try the upgrade route with a new Windows 10 installation, the 500GB SATA as the C drive and a 4TB Seagate hybrid drive as the D: Drive. The mSATA is now the boot drive with the bare minimum of file storage, but all of the apps. The Seagate internal hybrid is the main data storage drive with a 5TB western digital backup USB 3 and a 4TB myCloud to boot.The speed increase in video processing is incredible. Videos that took 30-40 minutes to render in MPEG 4, from AVI files, now take 5-8 minutes. Almost a factor of 10 speed increase. I render to the mSATA drive, but source from the Seagate hybrid. Once I'm done, I move the finished product to the Seagate.This was a great upgrade, easy to install. I did turn the computer on its side to ease installation and to catch to inevitably dropped screws.The computer now boots in about 15 seconds. Far, far faster than booting from a mechanical 7200 RPM drive... 5... original Lenovo Yoga 13 running Windows 10 and worked great -- see youtube videos if you are planning this ... Installed as second SSD in original Lenovo Yoga 13 running Windows 10 and worked great -- see youtube videos if you are planning this upgrade. In addition to the Acronos drive image software (that I didn't use b/c this was an additional drive), this driver kit comes with two screws to secure the drive in the laptop. I only needed one in my case. Sounds trivial, but the two youtube video presenters documenting this upgrade had to sacrifice one of the Yoga's screws from their teardown for this purpose. 5
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Hardware is amazing. Software... less so I now realize how slow my 5400rpm hdd is! I'm very pleased after 3 days. If it didn't come with Acronis, I'd probably have given it 5 stars, but it did and must be considered.Pros:- Came with 2 screws! The EVO 850 mSATA apparently doesn't. This wasn't huge but more an unnecessary pain.- FAST boot times. Seriously, everything flies on this thing.- Comes with Acronis keyCons:- Acronis didn't work correctly for me. I didn't have space to clone my entire hdd onto the new drive, but I wasn't able to get it to exclude items. It tried for a while but then would just take me back to a previous screen. I ended up clean installing Windows 10 on the new drive, which is probably for the best in the long run but means I have to do some reinstalling. 4For 500GB, $200 for a mSATA SSD is a great deal in terms of $/GB as of June 2015. Definite improvement over traditional HD. Very speedy, but did not increase my boot time as fast as I expected. Perhaps this is because my motherboard is 5 years old or because I did not reinstall Windows. I used a free version of Macrium Reflect to clone my old 7200 RPM hard drive (very easy cloning software). don't forget to change your boot order in your BIOS if you have multiple hard drives for your computer.Games and programs load much, MUCH faster though. Enjoy my comparison list:Windows 7 Boot7200 RPM HD: 60 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 37 secondsStarcraft 2 startup from battle.net launcher:7200 RPM HD: 81 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 32 secondsGuild Wars 2 misc. BETWEEN zone loads:7200 RPM HD: 25 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 7 secondsGuild Wars 2 misc. WITHIN zone loads (warping to another waypoint within the same zone):7200 RPM HD: 3+ secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: LESS THAN 1 secondMicrosoft Office (Word, PPT, Excel)7200 RPM HD: 5-10 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: LESS THAN 1 secondiTunes (version 12.1.2) (1311 songs or 5.73GB)7200 RPM HD: 25 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 5 secondsChrome (16 tabs, youtube, facebook, amazon, email, ebay, and more)7200 RPM HD: 20 secondsCrucial 500 GB SSD: 4 seconds 5Compatibility issues with PhatNoise car audio system My application for this SSD is a bit unusual, so my experience is not representative of most users.I purchased this mSATA SSD in conjunction with a 2.5" mSATA-IDE adapter so that I could use it in a PhatNoise car audio system's DMS cartridge (for music storage). It worked beautifully on the car's Phatbox, but when inserted into the DMS cradle (which converts IDE to USB and allows you to manage your music on the drive with your computer), it behaved quite erratically. Something is different about a regular HDD vs. an SSD to make it so, and I don't know what. But I was able to copy the entire data from my original 2.5" 320GB IDE drive over to the Crucial SSD eventually, and it's working in the car. I will have to try to figure out how to work around the problems so that I could add music to it. Btw My Phatbox and the PhatNoise Media Manager software have been hacked [...] to allow non-PhatNoise branded drives to work.I'm doing this with the Crucial SSD and mSATA-IDE adapter because of the need to get more storage capacity. The original 320GB drive was full and they don't make any 2.5" drives with more capacity, in fact they don't make them at all any more. The mSATA drive + adapter solution lets me use modern, larger capacity drives. 4Must Buy for Msata based laptop or ready/express cache laptops Exactly as described. awesome price, timely shipping and delivery. With the import duty and shipping still it was way cheaper than what i was getting in my country. i was little skeptical in international order but amazon has lived up to their reputation.coming to the product. The MX200 series are the latest series from crucial, although MX550 is still selling on Amazon at a premium but i don't see any reason to shell out those extra dollars. This drive supports 6GBps and clubbed with it Acronis imaging software works like a charm. although the version of Acronis is a basic one but i am fine with the product as long as it serves the purpose and is hassle free.i have a Asus laptop which came with 24gb msata as ready cache. already am running a kingston V300 full size ssd, wanted more space at reasonable price, msata just was the product i was looking for.Crucial Mx100 and MX200 series have some really awesome benchmark test and reviews. was a little doubtful amount samsung since the controversy over their nand manufacturing process.None the less, very satisfied with overall experience. attaching a few pictures of installation and product. 5Great value, speedy, easy to install This little thing is a great, zippy little drive for my Lenovo T430. It reduced my boot up time in Windows 10 from about 45 seconds to about 10, which I was quite pleased by. The installation of the drive itself was relatively straightforward - just fully shut off the laptop, remove the battery, unscrew the bottom panel, and plop it in. It even includes its own screws (though my laptop had some built in).In Windows, the drive was noticed right away, and I had to format it. As a forewarning, don't use the included software for cloning in Windows 10. It doesn't work. I used Macrium Reflect Free, and it did a great job cloning over my hard disk to the other one. Then you just have to change the boot order in your BIOS, and you're all set.One of the easiest upgrades I've made in a long time, and definitely worth it for the pretty significant speed boost. 5mSATA FTW I bought this as the OS drive of a low-power small form-factor server. After putting it all together, I realized this new case didn't have a 2.5" bracket like the old case of the same brand. What a noob move! LOL. While inspecting the insides of my new server looking for places to cram the old 2.5" SSD, I came across a small port labeled 'mSATA'. Could I really be that lucky? Are there really tiny little card-like SSDs that don't cost a million dollars? I guess there are--SCORE!All the action on the server happens on its RAID array, so I can't really speak to its performance, but like all SSDs, it's silent and boots extremely fast. 4Great drive. I did no benchmark tests, but I notice the difference. Bought this for the Dell XPS 8500 that came with an mSATA port.I already use Crucial SSD drives in my other computers, so it was a no-brainer for me to purchase another for this one. I created a recovery drive from Acronis and booted up with it and was able to copy my old drive to this new one in no time.Now my computer is faster than ever.I also appreciated that the drive came with screws, so I didn't have to worry about searching for a couple of them.The only issue I encountered was that Windows complained that I needed to reactivate windows. Not the drive's problem, but just a note that other users may encounter the same problem. I had to reactivate over the phone.Highly recommended. 5Mainly Positive Experience with my Dell XPS 15 (2013). My Dell XPS 15 (2013) boots up Windows 10 in under 3 seconds, whereas before (with the mechanical hard drive) it would take anywhere between 20 and 40 seconds. Programs open quickly, and there is virtually no waiting for anything to load. My only complaint (and this could have something more to do with the computer itself) is that sometimes when playing audio files (i.e. music), the music will skip and start stuttering (almost like it wasn't buffered properly). My other computer has the regular-sized [OLD MODEL] Crucial MX100 256GB SATA 2.5-Inch Internal Solid State Drive (CT256MX100SSD1), and this issue doesn't affect that drive. Also, when I had the mechanical hard drive in my Dell XPS 15, the stuttering issue never happened. So I don't know what's going on. 4Dell 8500 Upgrade - Best Bang for Buck Very good product. Easy installation, no issues. IT COMES WITH SCREWS.I've had this installed for several weeks now. I hate reviewing products right out of the box. So I've had a chance to really wring this one out.This was an upgrade to a Dell 8500 with the mSATA connector. I do a lot of video (HD not 4k) and photo processing and wanted to either buy a new workstation or upgrade the 8500. Decided to try the upgrade route with a new Windows 10 installation, the 500GB SATA as the C drive and a 4TB Seagate hybrid drive as the D: Drive. The mSATA is now the boot drive with the bare minimum of file storage, but all of the apps. The Seagate internal hybrid is the main data storage drive with a 5TB western digital backup USB 3 and a 4TB myCloud to boot.The speed increase in video processing is incredible. Videos that took 30-40 minutes to render in MPEG 4, from AVI files, now take 5-8 minutes. Almost a factor of 10 speed increase. I render to the mSATA drive, but source from the Seagate hybrid. Once I'm done, I move the finished product to the Seagate.This was a great upgrade, easy to install. I did turn the computer on its side to ease installation and to catch to inevitably dropped screws.The computer now boots in about 15 seconds. Far, far faster than booting from a mechanical 7200 RPM drive... 5... original Lenovo Yoga 13 running Windows 10 and worked great -- see youtube videos if you are planning this ... Installed as second SSD in original Lenovo Yoga 13 running Windows 10 and worked great -- see youtube videos if you are planning this upgrade. In addition to the Acronos drive image software (that I didn't use b/c this was an additional drive), this driver kit comes with two screws to secure the drive in the laptop. I only needed one in my case. Sounds trivial, but the two youtube video presenters documenting this upgrade had to sacrifice one of the Yoga's screws from their teardown for this purpose. 5
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