• [OLD MODEL] Crucial M500 240GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT240M500SSD3
  • [OLD MODEL] Crucial M500 240GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT240M500SSD3
  • [OLD MODEL] Crucial M500 240GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT240M500SSD3
  • [OLD MODEL] Crucial M500 240GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT240M500SSD3
[OLD MODEL] Crucial M500 240GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT240M500SSD3
[OLD MODEL] Crucial M500 240GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT240M500SSD3
[OLD MODEL] Crucial M500 240GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT240M500SSD3
[OLD MODEL] Crucial M500 240GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT240M500SSD3

[OLD MODEL] Crucial M500 240GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT240M500SSD3

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  • Transformative performance: dramatically faster than a hard drive
  • Nearly instantaneous boot times
  • Ample storage: available in capacities up to terabyte-class
  • Extensive quality and reliability testing built into every drive
  • Three-year limited warranty
  • Compatible with PC and Mac systems

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A great deal for budget or mid range laptopsYes, there are newer and faster ones out there now, but from a price/performance ratio, you really can't beat this drive. Physical install was cake, loading a fresh install of Win 8.1 was painful, but only due to some driver issues with my particular laptop. Even then, it was worth the pain. It takes ~10 seconds from BIOS to desktop on boot, and even Solidworks opens in just a few seconds. If you are really after performance and need it, spend an extra hundred bucks and get one of the newer drives, but if you're just looking to speed things up a bit, this is probably the cheapest, easiest way to do so.Note: my laptop had some pretty oddball screws for the mSATA mounting that were difficult to source locally, so it's worth the time to check and order them if necessary.5Fast, Fast FASTInstalled in a Dell 2720 27inch AIO. After Using Paragon (purchased version) to image the drives to my Drobo N5, I set up all the applications I use. I than did another image of the drive and shut down the system to install a Crucial M500 480GB Msata card. Put everything back together and booted up. Using Paragon I migrated the OS to the Msata selecting the option to make the drive bootable. Paragon set up three partitions 1. 500MB EFI System Partition, 2. 400MB Recovery Partition and 3. 446GB OS partition. Reboot and windows now boots up in like 10 seconds or so. Other programs are almost instantaneous. I have Outlook and Word pinned to the tool bar and one click and the program is there on the screen. Highly recommend any of the Crucial Msata devices if your system can accept one.5My boot time has been reduced from a couple minutes to a couple seconds!I took the bottom cover off my MSI GE70 to clean it out(out of warranty, why not). I noticed that i had a mSATA slot on my motherboard. I looked around and could not for the love of god find any information confirming what card would be compatible with my system. I decided to go with the M500 120gb mainly cause it seemed to be the best value. Crucial's compatibility tool told me that this card would not be compatible with my system. I was a little scared at this point but decided to take the leap and purchased the card. Installing took less than a minute and using some free disk cloning software i was up and running in no time and the card is functioning as intended. My boot time has been reduced from a couple minutes to a couple seconds! I also put all the apps i use often on the card and the increase in their performance is very dramatic. A couple things to note, make sure to do the required research for using this with a HDD and make sure you understand how to copy/clone your old HDD before getting all gung ho and destroying your system.5Brings my Dell D420 back to life!The Dell D420 was a workhorse laptop for many businesses. I don't think Dell has made as good a laptop since, but it has become aged and slower over the past few years and in need of a boost. The D420 has a native zif interface for the HDD, for which there are very few direct interface SSDs. However, there are several mSATA to zif adapter cards (sold on Amazon Micro SATA Cables - mSATA SSD to 40 Pin ZIF Adapter Card as Toshiba or Hitachi ZIF HDD and cheaper on Ebay if you can wait for the china shipment) that expand the selection of SSDs, making it easier to find a good deal on a drive. The msata card screws on top of the adapter and uses the same cable as the HDD. (In my case I purchased a new cable from ebay for a few bucks or here on amazon For DELL Latitude D420 D430 Hard Drive Connector Cable). The combination adapter and msata drive are considerably smaller than the original drive space, so it kinda floats in the rubber HDD pocket. I was worried about it bouncing around inside but it is so incredibly light it actually doesn't move very much nor make any sound. I may place a small foam spacer inside once I figure out how much heat it is producing so I can adjust accordingly. Start up is 30-40% faster, and performance is noticably faster, and the machine is quieter too.I would recommend installing the OS from scratch (I'm using Windows 7), ensuring you have the latest BIOS from dell (A06), rather than a clone of your old harddrive. Optimal data orgainzation may be slightly different on an SSD, plus you get rid of all the junk you don't need anymore. However if you have tons of software and keys that you can't find, you may be better off with the clone option (just wouldn't be my first choice).Overall very happy with this drive. I'm not sure why it didn't work for other people with D420, too bad for them. My guess would be putting the cable in backwards (even I did that my first try until I saw a picture of it done correctly) or not being on the most recent BIOS version. I have 3 other d420s that I will be upgrading soon, perhaps with the 240gb version if the price comes down again. I will update as needed.5Very nice addition to a computerI replaced a caching msata SSD in a HP envy 20 d034 touchsmart computer with this crucial m500 msata. Initially, the computer had a 16gb SanDisk SSD that was working with Expresscache software. The performance was quite good when coupled with a decent 1TB HDD. During routine computing, the computer was fast and snappy and acted like a computer with a SSD. However, with any software install or computer update, the computer would slow down. After a couple days of use and standby mode, the computer would become snappy again. So I uninstalled the expresscache software and installed the 240gb m500 msata. I am using this as the boot drive/main programs and everything else is stored in the 1TB HDD.The performance of the msata m500's appear to have bumps in performance when you jump from 120gb to 240gb and 240gb to 480gb models. The benchmarks show real differences...but will this translate to a faster computing feel? Who knows...I do feel like crucial/micron makes the most durable msata, when compared to Samsung or Intel. It is like Intel makes the best all around SSD in terms of reliability and performance, while Samsung emphasizes performance over reliability, and crucial emphasizes reliability over performance.After the installation, booting and program launching is 2x faster than with the caching method and so far there is no slow down. It takes about 10 seconds from power button press to logon screen, then 2 seconds to modern UI. If you flip to desktop mode right away, the pokki menu is already loaded and not grayed out. Total boot time is around 12 seconds (prior it was more like 20). Before, it took a little time for pokki to get ready using the caching ssd method. (both methods are very fast compared to HDD).I would like to mention though that this drive isn't the fastest out there. I have SATA 2 connection in my computer, so an msata SSD that is like 500/450 isn't really necessary for me. My max is 300MB/s due to SATA2. Thus, this drive is a perfect fit for my computer. If you are blessed with SATA 3, maybe you should look elsewhere?One thing I would like to see though is some kind of caching software that utilizes unused DRAM (like Samsung's Magician Software) to accelerate the SSD beyond the SATA limitations.4Painless, Straightforward, Exactly what it claims to be.I should have paid more attention when I purchased it. The smaller capacity SSDs are mSATA, and require an adapter if you're replacing a 2.5" SATA drive. I didn't notice this, and was understandably crestfallen when I opened the box, and realized the interface wasn't compatible with my hardware. It was another three days before I could install it, while I waited for an adapter. In hindsight, it was a bonehead mistake, but I'm sure I'm not the only one.For anyone curious, I bought the Syba 2.5-Inch SATA to mSATA SSD (SD-ADA40077).This device breathed life back in to my 2006 MacBook Pro. When the HDD failed, I thought about replacing it with an identical, larger capacity drive, for less money, but I'm glad I didn't. Most of my data is cloud stored, so 120GB is is already almost laughably too much space.The 120GB comes in a no-frills package, complete with screws. Installation is straightforward, and I had no trouble with device recognition. So far, it has performed beautifully. Mileage may vary, between systems, but boot and application load times have been more than cut in half.I haven't owned it very long, but I have absolutely no reason to complain. If, in a few months, this review doesn't say "Edit: died after XX months of use," I'll stand by my five stars.5My first SSD.......WOWThis is my first SSD and my reaction to it when i installed my OS and run it for the same time.....i don't know why but i laughed for hours. My brother too, he laughed at how unbelievable fast it was. Maybe we couldn't understand how could we live in the cave age.This is the future, invest in it.Maybe i'm late to this technology but there are still plenty of people who doesn't know what they're missing, but is not late, go for this technology now.I put this SSD to my new GA-B85N-WIFI motherboard, also purchased at Amazon (both arrived on time and in good conditions by the way). I followed Sean's guide for SSD optimization, i suggest you do that too: [...]I did my investigation before purchase and i'm so happy i took the right choise with this Crucial SSD. People say that this drive is not the fastest one but i was looking for reliability rather than speed, anyways, this drive still delivers, it's REALLY INCREDIBLE fast, at least for someone who has never tried a SSD before.I know that most SSD applies to this now but If you look at most SSD optimization guides, you'll know for sure that this drive works fine by turning "write-caching buffer flushing" optimization OFF because of the enterprise features in it (supercaps in this case).Read external reviews about this drive, you can't be wrong about it. I really suit my needs. If you're a CS pro then you must get this drive, no other.You may buy other SSD brands but you could not feel safer than with a Crucial one.AGAIN: This is the future, invest in it.5Crucial M500 240 Gb mSata SSD works on Sony VAIOI used this SSD to replace a mPCIE mSata SSD drive in a Sony VAIO. The original was failing and the question for me was whether a mSata SSD drive would work in the mPCIE mSata slot. The answer is this SSD will work in the Sony VAIO. The difference in using a mSata SSD versus a mPCIE mSata SSD is 50 Mb/s slower (550 vs 500). For the price difference I think it is worth it.To replace the SSD in the VAIO, all screws are removed from the backcover (after removing the battery, disk drive, etc). The backcover is pressed in place so after all screws are removed, the cover is pinched inward (just slightly) to pop the plastic cover free. The old mPCIE mSata SSD card (32Gb for my laptop) is located toward the top lefthand corner of the back of the laptop. It is a single screw to remove the SSD but it was a pain to loosen.5Works in the Dell XPS 27 Touch All-in-one (2720)Easy to install and works great in the Dell XPS 27 Touch All-in-one (2720), a nearly perfect computer. I installed this card, cloned the C drive to it using easeus todo backup (paid version, but the free trial is also supposed to do clones during the first 14 days), then selected the second of two "windows boot manager" options from the F12 boot menu. Worked great. Note that the Intel Smart Response capability will only use up to 64gb on an msata as a cache, so this card is overkill unless you want to use it as your boot drive as I did. I also upgraded the HDD to this drive Seagate Barracuda 3 TB HDD SATA 6 Gb/s NCQ 64MB Cache 7200 RPM 3.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive ST3000DM001, so the second option for an operating system went away and it boots normally now. You could probably get rid of the second boot option by erasing the old drive if you don't need a bigger data disk, or maybe play with the boot loader somehow. Now, my Dell XPS 27 is perfect for me.5Great value for money, good performance - works well. Wish there was better migration softwareI bought this SSD for my new laptop. The intent was to be able to boot from it. But there is no easy way to do that on the HP Envy laptops, since the HDD is disk 0 and this is disk 1.Since most of their customers would be doing a similar thing, I wish they had some better migration software to move your OS to the SSD and set it up to boot from there. that is the reason I am taking a star away. It was partly HPs fault as well that the restore disk didn't let me restore to the SSD and HP doesn't provide a Windows 8.1 copy that can be installed directly onto this.I figured out that if I install Windows onto the SSD while the hard drive was unplugged, then connect the hard drive, boot from a recovery / Windows PE disk, create an EFI partition on disk 0, and use bcdboot to transfer the system files to disk 0 to allow booting from the SSD.Even after all that.. I can't upgrade to Windows 8.1 and can't activate Windows 8 because Microsoft doesn't want to let me enter the product key.that HP embedded into the BIOS of my laptop.HP is sending me another recovery disk.Given all that, and the fact I have heard good things about Samsung SSD magician, I wonder if it won't have just been easier to pay a few bucks extra for Samsung mSATA SSD if transferring the OS had been easier.4
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Description
  • Transformative performance: dramatically faster than a hard drive
  • Nearly instantaneous boot times
  • Ample storage: available in capacities up to terabyte-class
  • Extensive quality and reliability testing built into every drive
  • Three-year limited warranty
  • Compatible with PC and Mac systems
Reviews

Customer Reviews

A great deal for budget or mid range laptopsYes, there are newer and faster ones out there now, but from a price/performance ratio, you really can't beat this drive. Physical install was cake, loading a fresh install of Win 8.1 was painful, but only due to some driver issues with my particular laptop. Even then, it was worth the pain. It takes ~10 seconds from BIOS to desktop on boot, and even Solidworks opens in just a few seconds. If you are really after performance and need it, spend an extra hundred bucks and get one of the newer drives, but if you're just looking to speed things up a bit, this is probably the cheapest, easiest way to do so.Note: my laptop had some pretty oddball screws for the mSATA mounting that were difficult to source locally, so it's worth the time to check and order them if necessary.5Fast, Fast FASTInstalled in a Dell 2720 27inch AIO. After Using Paragon (purchased version) to image the drives to my Drobo N5, I set up all the applications I use. I than did another image of the drive and shut down the system to install a Crucial M500 480GB Msata card. Put everything back together and booted up. Using Paragon I migrated the OS to the Msata selecting the option to make the drive bootable. Paragon set up three partitions 1. 500MB EFI System Partition, 2. 400MB Recovery Partition and 3. 446GB OS partition. Reboot and windows now boots up in like 10 seconds or so. Other programs are almost instantaneous. I have Outlook and Word pinned to the tool bar and one click and the program is there on the screen. Highly recommend any of the Crucial Msata devices if your system can accept one.5My boot time has been reduced from a couple minutes to a couple seconds!I took the bottom cover off my MSI GE70 to clean it out(out of warranty, why not). I noticed that i had a mSATA slot on my motherboard. I looked around and could not for the love of god find any information confirming what card would be compatible with my system. I decided to go with the M500 120gb mainly cause it seemed to be the best value. Crucial's compatibility tool told me that this card would not be compatible with my system. I was a little scared at this point but decided to take the leap and purchased the card. Installing took less than a minute and using some free disk cloning software i was up and running in no time and the card is functioning as intended. My boot time has been reduced from a couple minutes to a couple seconds! I also put all the apps i use often on the card and the increase in their performance is very dramatic. A couple things to note, make sure to do the required research for using this with a HDD and make sure you understand how to copy/clone your old HDD before getting all gung ho and destroying your system.5Brings my Dell D420 back to life!The Dell D420 was a workhorse laptop for many businesses. I don't think Dell has made as good a laptop since, but it has become aged and slower over the past few years and in need of a boost. The D420 has a native zif interface for the HDD, for which there are very few direct interface SSDs. However, there are several mSATA to zif adapter cards (sold on Amazon Micro SATA Cables - mSATA SSD to 40 Pin ZIF Adapter Card as Toshiba or Hitachi ZIF HDD and cheaper on Ebay if you can wait for the china shipment) that expand the selection of SSDs, making it easier to find a good deal on a drive. The msata card screws on top of the adapter and uses the same cable as the HDD. (In my case I purchased a new cable from ebay for a few bucks or here on amazon For DELL Latitude D420 D430 Hard Drive Connector Cable). The combination adapter and msata drive are considerably smaller than the original drive space, so it kinda floats in the rubber HDD pocket. I was worried about it bouncing around inside but it is so incredibly light it actually doesn't move very much nor make any sound. I may place a small foam spacer inside once I figure out how much heat it is producing so I can adjust accordingly. Start up is 30-40% faster, and performance is noticably faster, and the machine is quieter too.I would recommend installing the OS from scratch (I'm using Windows 7), ensuring you have the latest BIOS from dell (A06), rather than a clone of your old harddrive. Optimal data orgainzation may be slightly different on an SSD, plus you get rid of all the junk you don't need anymore. However if you have tons of software and keys that you can't find, you may be better off with the clone option (just wouldn't be my first choice).Overall very happy with this drive. I'm not sure why it didn't work for other people with D420, too bad for them. My guess would be putting the cable in backwards (even I did that my first try until I saw a picture of it done correctly) or not being on the most recent BIOS version. I have 3 other d420s that I will be upgrading soon, perhaps with the 240gb version if the price comes down again. I will update as needed.5Very nice addition to a computerI replaced a caching msata SSD in a HP envy 20 d034 touchsmart computer with this crucial m500 msata. Initially, the computer had a 16gb SanDisk SSD that was working with Expresscache software. The performance was quite good when coupled with a decent 1TB HDD. During routine computing, the computer was fast and snappy and acted like a computer with a SSD. However, with any software install or computer update, the computer would slow down. After a couple days of use and standby mode, the computer would become snappy again. So I uninstalled the expresscache software and installed the 240gb m500 msata. I am using this as the boot drive/main programs and everything else is stored in the 1TB HDD.The performance of the msata m500's appear to have bumps in performance when you jump from 120gb to 240gb and 240gb to 480gb models. The benchmarks show real differences...but will this translate to a faster computing feel? Who knows...I do feel like crucial/micron makes the most durable msata, when compared to Samsung or Intel. It is like Intel makes the best all around SSD in terms of reliability and performance, while Samsung emphasizes performance over reliability, and crucial emphasizes reliability over performance.After the installation, booting and program launching is 2x faster than with the caching method and so far there is no slow down. It takes about 10 seconds from power button press to logon screen, then 2 seconds to modern UI. If you flip to desktop mode right away, the pokki menu is already loaded and not grayed out. Total boot time is around 12 seconds (prior it was more like 20). Before, it took a little time for pokki to get ready using the caching ssd method. (both methods are very fast compared to HDD).I would like to mention though that this drive isn't the fastest out there. I have SATA 2 connection in my computer, so an msata SSD that is like 500/450 isn't really necessary for me. My max is 300MB/s due to SATA2. Thus, this drive is a perfect fit for my computer. If you are blessed with SATA 3, maybe you should look elsewhere?One thing I would like to see though is some kind of caching software that utilizes unused DRAM (like Samsung's Magician Software) to accelerate the SSD beyond the SATA limitations.4Painless, Straightforward, Exactly what it claims to be.I should have paid more attention when I purchased it. The smaller capacity SSDs are mSATA, and require an adapter if you're replacing a 2.5" SATA drive. I didn't notice this, and was understandably crestfallen when I opened the box, and realized the interface wasn't compatible with my hardware. It was another three days before I could install it, while I waited for an adapter. In hindsight, it was a bonehead mistake, but I'm sure I'm not the only one.For anyone curious, I bought the Syba 2.5-Inch SATA to mSATA SSD (SD-ADA40077).This device breathed life back in to my 2006 MacBook Pro. When the HDD failed, I thought about replacing it with an identical, larger capacity drive, for less money, but I'm glad I didn't. Most of my data is cloud stored, so 120GB is is already almost laughably too much space.The 120GB comes in a no-frills package, complete with screws. Installation is straightforward, and I had no trouble with device recognition. So far, it has performed beautifully. Mileage may vary, between systems, but boot and application load times have been more than cut in half.I haven't owned it very long, but I have absolutely no reason to complain. If, in a few months, this review doesn't say "Edit: died after XX months of use," I'll stand by my five stars.5My first SSD.......WOWThis is my first SSD and my reaction to it when i installed my OS and run it for the same time.....i don't know why but i laughed for hours. My brother too, he laughed at how unbelievable fast it was. Maybe we couldn't understand how could we live in the cave age.This is the future, invest in it.Maybe i'm late to this technology but there are still plenty of people who doesn't know what they're missing, but is not late, go for this technology now.I put this SSD to my new GA-B85N-WIFI motherboard, also purchased at Amazon (both arrived on time and in good conditions by the way). I followed Sean's guide for SSD optimization, i suggest you do that too: [...]I did my investigation before purchase and i'm so happy i took the right choise with this Crucial SSD. People say that this drive is not the fastest one but i was looking for reliability rather than speed, anyways, this drive still delivers, it's REALLY INCREDIBLE fast, at least for someone who has never tried a SSD before.I know that most SSD applies to this now but If you look at most SSD optimization guides, you'll know for sure that this drive works fine by turning "write-caching buffer flushing" optimization OFF because of the enterprise features in it (supercaps in this case).Read external reviews about this drive, you can't be wrong about it. I really suit my needs. If you're a CS pro then you must get this drive, no other.You may buy other SSD brands but you could not feel safer than with a Crucial one.AGAIN: This is the future, invest in it.5Crucial M500 240 Gb mSata SSD works on Sony VAIOI used this SSD to replace a mPCIE mSata SSD drive in a Sony VAIO. The original was failing and the question for me was whether a mSata SSD drive would work in the mPCIE mSata slot. The answer is this SSD will work in the Sony VAIO. The difference in using a mSata SSD versus a mPCIE mSata SSD is 50 Mb/s slower (550 vs 500). For the price difference I think it is worth it.To replace the SSD in the VAIO, all screws are removed from the backcover (after removing the battery, disk drive, etc). The backcover is pressed in place so after all screws are removed, the cover is pinched inward (just slightly) to pop the plastic cover free. The old mPCIE mSata SSD card (32Gb for my laptop) is located toward the top lefthand corner of the back of the laptop. It is a single screw to remove the SSD but it was a pain to loosen.5Works in the Dell XPS 27 Touch All-in-one (2720)Easy to install and works great in the Dell XPS 27 Touch All-in-one (2720), a nearly perfect computer. I installed this card, cloned the C drive to it using easeus todo backup (paid version, but the free trial is also supposed to do clones during the first 14 days), then selected the second of two "windows boot manager" options from the F12 boot menu. Worked great. Note that the Intel Smart Response capability will only use up to 64gb on an msata as a cache, so this card is overkill unless you want to use it as your boot drive as I did. I also upgraded the HDD to this drive Seagate Barracuda 3 TB HDD SATA 6 Gb/s NCQ 64MB Cache 7200 RPM 3.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive ST3000DM001, so the second option for an operating system went away and it boots normally now. You could probably get rid of the second boot option by erasing the old drive if you don't need a bigger data disk, or maybe play with the boot loader somehow. Now, my Dell XPS 27 is perfect for me.5Great value for money, good performance - works well. Wish there was better migration softwareI bought this SSD for my new laptop. The intent was to be able to boot from it. But there is no easy way to do that on the HP Envy laptops, since the HDD is disk 0 and this is disk 1.Since most of their customers would be doing a similar thing, I wish they had some better migration software to move your OS to the SSD and set it up to boot from there. that is the reason I am taking a star away. It was partly HPs fault as well that the restore disk didn't let me restore to the SSD and HP doesn't provide a Windows 8.1 copy that can be installed directly onto this.I figured out that if I install Windows onto the SSD while the hard drive was unplugged, then connect the hard drive, boot from a recovery / Windows PE disk, create an EFI partition on disk 0, and use bcdboot to transfer the system files to disk 0 to allow booting from the SSD.Even after all that.. I can't upgrade to Windows 8.1 and can't activate Windows 8 because Microsoft doesn't want to let me enter the product key.that HP embedded into the BIOS of my laptop.HP is sending me another recovery disk.Given all that, and the fact I have heard good things about Samsung SSD magician, I wonder if it won't have just been easier to pay a few bucks extra for Samsung mSATA SSD if transferring the OS had been easier.4
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