Crucial m4 Pro Reviews

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Benchmark Reviews  --- Apr 20 '11
circuitREMIX  --- Jan 15 '12
eTeknix.com  --- Nov 07 '11
Hardcoreware  --- May 08 '12
HardwareHeaven  --- Mar 28 '11
Hardwareoverclock Austria  --- Jun 16 '11
KitGuru  --- Jun 06 '11
Legion Hardware  --- Jan 19 '12
MadShrimps  --- Nov 08 '11
PureOverclock.com  --- Jul 14 '11
Tech Report  --- Mar 24 '11
Techgage  --- Dec 05 '11
TechSpot 90/100 Sep 19 '12
Techware Labs  --- Oct 08 '12
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"Having just reviewed a SandForce SF-2281 solid state drive, it's difficult to see where Marvell has dramatically improved the 88SS9174 controller with this BLD2 revision. Based on our tests, it seems that performance emphasis has switched read and write priority when compared to the previous RealSSD C300 series. The new Crucial m4 SSD stands strong all on its own, but it's too soon to tell how well these minor tweaks appeal to consumers. Compared head-to-head, SandForce 2200 SSDs appear to offer better performance than Marvell 88SS9174 revisions, which could make it difficult for the Crucial m4/Micron RealSSD C400, as well as Strontium SSD Matrix, Intel SSD 510, Corsair Performance 3, and others to thrive. For the Crucial m4 SSD to succeed it must be aggressively priced against the competition, but the five-year warranty certainly sweetens the deal."
"If you want a top of the line SSD, Kingston's HyperX and OCZ's Vertex 3 are very good choices. With their almost identical levels of top level performance, they both earn our Editor's Choice award."
"The M4 is definitely a rival to the abundance of SandForce driven SSDs on the market, that are tried and tested, and we hope that by looking at the 128GB model, it gives a clear understanding of why you don’t need to spend the extra money to get the same results, in certain circumstances, but as with any purchase, it’s all down to personal preference and what’s the right product for you."
"If you are in the market for a 256GB SSD, the Crucial m4 is tough to beat. The only thing that you might consider are the frequent sales and rebates that OCZ products often see."
"An evolution of an architecture which has proven its high performance, reliability and compatibility the m4 stretches Crucial's performance lead over SATA 2 drives and ensures they are competitive with the latest SATA 3 models."
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