I recently got Crucial’s MX300 750GB model in for review and when testing it and also examining it, I was pleased to see that not only did it contain my favourite controller onboard but that said controller (of course Marvel), performed very well in the benchmarks.
The interesting thing about this drive is it uses a combination of SLC based memory for caching, (i.e. the part that will get worked the most) and TLC 3d nand based for the mass storage option, this in turn helps bring down the cost of the drive, but at the same time giving the end user a very balanced and still consistent work horse for whatever applications they need it for.
Also when I talk about gaming I am referring to of course loading levels and the initial game itself and getting consistently fast loads, which shouldn’t affect the majority of games / gamers, but it can still make for turning a decent experience into an amazing one (think MMO’s and games with at times large loads – GTA 5 for example).
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