Crucial m4 256GB SSD (C400) Review

11. Load Times13. Conclusion


Crucial m4 C400 SSD (256GB) Review

Post Testing Read/Write Speeds (ATTO)



Benchmark Results



Something which is often a concern for consumers is the effect heavy use has on an SSD and how well the drives inbuilt garbage collection or TRIM works. To look at the impact of our testing on the m4 we ran ATTO before and after stressing the drive with our numerous benchmarks. As the results above show the speeds we achieved in both scenarios were very close on read and write, well within the margin of error for a test run and proof that the Crucial drive handles heavy use well.

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