Micron Technology, Inc. is an American company headquartered in Boise, Idaho, founded on October 5th 1978.
The Micron products are marketed and sold under then Crucial and Ballistix brands, these products include: SDRAM type memory, DDR/2/3/4 RAM and NAND & Flash type storage chips.
In 2009, Micron was the first company to announce an SSD equipped with a SATA interface capable of 6 Gbit/s speeds. At the present time, Micron is involved in the manufacture and sale of memory chips for countless brands and product types.
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Packaging and accessories
The P5 1TB is delivered in a regular sized cardboard box. The front side features a simple linear design that is used on most if not all Crucial SSDs. The name of the product alongside its capacity are printed on the lower part.
The back side of the package has a brief description of the data transfer software offered by Crucial. In addition, the installation guide and firmware update link are printed on the right side.
The SSD has decent protection inside the packaging. While the cardboard of the packaging is thin, the SSD itself is placed inside a clam shell style cover, which is made from hard clear plastic.
Form Factor: M.2 Type 2280
Interface: NVMe/PCIe Gen3 x4
Controller: Micron DM01B2
Flash Chips: Micron 96-Layer 3D TLC B27A – MT29F4T08EQLCEG8-R:C (NW969)
DRAM: 1x 1GB LPDDR4-4266 – MT53D512M16D1DS-046 (D9ZCM)
Sequential Read: 3400 MB/s
Sequential Write: 3000 MB/s
Max. 4k random file read: 430,000 IOPS
Max. 4k random file write: 500,000 IOPS
SLC Write Cache: 93GB max
Endurance (TBW): 600 TB
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 70°C
Operating Voltage: 3.5W (Max)
Dimensions: 22mm x 80mm
Warranty: 5 years
– Up to 3400MB/s sequential reads;
– Full-drive encryption capable;
– 5-Year limited warranty.