The Crucial MX500 2TB internal solid state drive is down to $199.99 on Amazon. This is a new low price for a drive that has been settling for a street price around $225 to $230 for the last year or so.
If the 2TB drive happens to be too expensive or too much space, you can also get the 500GB version of the SSD on sale for $56.99. That is also a uniquely low price, one the 500GB has only hit once or twice before. It normally sells for $65 or more.
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The 500GB version is also on sale for $57 from $65. The SSD has read/write times of 560 MB/s and 510 MB/s respectively. Preserves your work even during a power loss and has hardware encryption to keep it safe.
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There are two reasons to buy an SSD like this. The first one is you are a speedy boy who likes it when things go fast. I mean, if you have enough time to go refill your coffee while waiting for your operating system to load when you turn your computer on in the morning, you need to upgrade. An SSD might just change your life with how fast it is compared to traditional hard drives. The second reason to get this particular SSD is for the large storage space. You might already have an SSD, but chances are you upgraded way back when the price per terabyte was a lot more expensive. It'd be nice to have one single drive to fit all your games, media, and your operating system. You can definitely do that with the 2TB option.
These internal SSDs feature sequential read speeds up to 560 MB/s and sequential write speeds up to 510 MB/s. They offer integrated power loss immunity which preserves your work if your power goes out suddenly, and its AES 256-bit hardware-based encryption helps ensure your data remains secure. Crucial includes a 5-year limited warranty with all the options. Users give the SATA version 4.7 stars based on more than 2,600 reviews.
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