Crucial hit the pavement running when they received the C300 series of solid state drives. With a read/write of 355MB/sec and 140MB/sec respectfully, the C300 was not slug. But with the introduction of the SATA III controller and the P67 chipset many manufacturers felt it was time to unleash their transfer power. Crucial was one of those companies as they released the m4 series of solid state drives. What kinds of improvements number wise does the new model have over the older model? Read on.
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