Crucial has been a significant player in PC hardware for decades, manufacturing some of the best RAM and storage for expanding the memory in your computer. To celebrate Prime Day, they're discounting various high-quality internal solid-state drives for M.2 and SATA connections, including a whopping 27% saving on the Crucial P2 1TB M.2 2280 drive down to only $80 on Amazon. (opens in new tab)
With storage options ranging from a modest 250GB to a tremendous 2TB, these rapid hard drive replacements can significantly improve your boot and loading times on laptops and desktop PCs. Check your current internal drive and match up an appropriate substitute from our roundup of the best deals from Crucial on sale during the two-day event.
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Save up to 27% on Crucial storage
Crucial MX500 2TB 3D SATA 2.5 |
$200 $162 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Cheaper than the M.2 variant, this 2.5-inch SATA SSD can still provide 2TB of space with speeds up to 560MB/s. It's perfect for laptops and PCs lacking an M.2 slot or just for extra storage space.
Crucial P2 1TB 3D NAND |
$110 $80 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Like its double-sized sibling, this 1TB variant of the P2 M.2 2280 drive hits up to 2,400MB/s with the same PCIe Gen3 tech. The best deal of the bunch and a massive saving for a high-speed SSD.
Reviving my old laptop was as easy as replacing the mechanical hard drive with a Crucial 2.5-inch SATA replacement. The lightning speeds on offer from the P2 M.2 drives allow fast booting into Windows, and larger drives have space for installing games to reduce loading times. These deals mean there's no better time to pick up a new SSD if you've considered upgrades.
Check out our roundup of the best PC part Prime Day deals to pair with these Crucial solid-state drives and complete a build for your new computer.
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Ben Wilson is a freelance writer working for Windows Central with technical expertise and a background in electronics retail. Fueling a technology and video game obsession with coffee, you can usually find him behind one screen or another.
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