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|24th March 2011, 15:48||#1|
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Crucial M4 256GB SATA 3 SSD Review
The best part of reviewing SSDs is the ever changing atmosphere and pace at which things progress. As a reviewer, one never knows what to expect until a SSD is in our hands and that certainly is the case with the Crucial M4 SATA 3 solid state drive. We were a bit surprised to learn that Crucials new consumer version SSD has now taken the branding of M4 vice following that of the C300 line of their former release.
For those unaware, Micron is Crucials parent company and will be retaining the C400 branding for their enterprise line of SSDs. Admittedly, we couldn't resist benchmarking the M4 as quickly as it was received and we soon learned that the name change wasn't the only surprise we were in for.
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