Here are the technical data according to the manufacturer …
|Flash Type||Micron MLC – Multi-Level-Cell|
|Size||2.5″ (100.45 x 69.85 x 7mm)|
|Weight||approx. 70 gramm|
|Speed||Read up to 555 MB/s / Write up to 500 MB/s|
|MTBF||1.5 million hours 320 TB total bytes written (TBW), equal to 175GB per day for 5 years|
|Other||SMART Support, 256-Bit AES-Verschlüsselung, TCG Opal 2.0 compliant firmware, RAIN, ECC, TRIM, DEVSLP, Adaptive Thermal Protection, Power Loss Protection, Active Garbage Collection, Dynamic Write Acceleration, four layers exclusive data defense|
Here is a Snipping screenshot of the CrystalDiskInfo 4.3.0 SSD and HDD information software, where is immediately noticeable, that the Crucial SSD is now also equipped with a temperature sensor. If this SSD reaches higher temperatures above approx. 75°C, it is able to throttle the SSD speed automatically. But it was not necessary even after dozens of benchmarks. The SSD is detected as CT1024MX200SSD1 rather than CT1000MX200SSD1 – Crucial seems to change from 1024 to 1000 at the last moment.