A recent survey of 2000 PC users found it took just 60 seconds for tempers to rise over a slow or frozen computer. This was experienced by around half of the responders. Almost always, a RAM upgrade was the solution.
This is a mid-priced SSD with better-than-expected performance.
Crucial has announced the availability of the Crucial P1 SSD, a storage device that connects via the NVMe PCIe interface. Available in 500GB or 1TB capacities, the PCIe-interfaced SSDs provide an alternative to SATA and other interfaces.
Available in 120, 240 and 480GB versions, the BX500 is the latest SSD from Crucial.
Whether making a new build or giving your computer a new lease of life, gaming RAM manufacturer Ballistix has you covered with its Sport AT range, giving competitive players a real edge.
Dicker Data is the newest member of Micron's Australian distributor network, distributing its consumer products including the full range of Crucial SSDs, DRAM memory and Ballistix high-performance gaming memory.
Memory and SSD storage maker Crucial has crucially revealed detail on why hard disk drives fail when SSDs don't, and if you thought its because there's no moving parts in an SSD, you'd be right
How does Crucial's latest SSD compare with the previous model?
Crucial has released a new SSD at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and claims the new device, dubbed the MX500, is 45 times more energy efficient than a traditional hard drive.
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A much faster future has arrived, with Crucial stating its new modules "increase system memory density to fuel memory-intensive server applications and workloads", increase performance and much more.
The most crucial upgrade today isn't your processor or RAM anymore, it's your storage device, so if you're still using an HDD with your desktop or laptop, why?
To simplify the SSD install process for consumers, a web app promises to make an SSD upgrade a simple process taking less than 15 minutes following the “straightforward instructions.”
Memory and storage maker Crucial is proffering profitable advice on lowering software licence costs by making better use of your hardware, upgraded if needed, for long-term savings.
Crucial has released a 128GB DDR4, LRDIMM to help cram more memory into servers and Xeon workstations.
Crucial has released DDR4 server DIMMs in 8-64GB capacities with a speed of 2666 MT/s for increased performance and bandwidth within data centres and hyper-scale environments.
About half of the IT professionals surveyed by memory and storage vendor Crucial say they plan to upgrade their server memory in the next 12 months to meet the demands of virtualised workloads.
What do you do when users complain about the lack of desktop/notebook speed? Do you fork out for a shiny new desktop or laptop or address the cause? Not surprisingly, systems administrators are divided on what they should do.
Time is money. Boot time, app load times, searches, renderings, saves, copy, cut and paste are all an average of six times faster using SSD over a traditional hard disk.
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