Without the proper architecture to support it DDR4 RAM is useless and just PR hype from Crucial.
Crucial's M500 Solid State Drive has been released for a relative bargain, leading the way towards SSD drives one day becoming cheap enough to take over from the traditional HDD.
The Crucial M4, which made its debut almost 2 years ago, is one of the most popular drives in the market. Is it still a top contender?
Small mSATA SSD drives slowly become more and more popular since, due to their tiny size, they are ideal for use in ultra-portable notebooks and on motherboards. Gigabyte has a long list of motherboards with mSATA slots which initially were meant only to be used as a caching solution with small SSDs installed; as
USB flash drives are the most common and widely used form of editable data storage, which today have all but replaced floppy disks and other similar data storage devices. The integration of USB 3.0 ports in most middle and all high end motherboards this year has spurred a vast interest over new, high speed USB
Crucial announced its newest line of mainstream consumer SSDs, the V4 series. The drives come in standard capacities, at extremely low price per GB, and could be an inventory-clearing exercise by the memory giant.
Crucial, the renowned European manufacturer of memory modules, was amongst first companies to have released a commercial SSD. The firm is a subsidiary company of Micron, the microchip developer and manufacturer. Both the company and the technology have come a long way since then, with Crucial now offering a full line-up of SSD drives for
Predicting technology isn't an easy thing, but if anyone would've said that computers would be using SSD's the size of a mini PCI Express card as their main storage device a few years ago people would most likely have laughed at the notion, least not due to the cost of flash memory back then. Micron
Is it just us or are we seeing nearly a new SSD for hard drive caching on a daily basis now? Well, no matter, Crucial has announced its entry into the SSD caching business with a new drive that the company calls the Adrenaline which in essence is a Crucial m4 SSD, a bracket and
Apparently there is such a thing as a free lunch, at least if you consider a free performance boost a free lunch. Crucial has issued a firmware update for its m4 series of SSDs and promises a range of performance improvements, beyond the usual fixes you'd expect to see.