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      Ideal for gaming, multimedia editing, and intensive workloads, our PCIe NVMe M.2 SSDs offer uncompromising performance. With millions of customers and an average rating of 4.8/5-stars across 138k reviews1, Crucial NVMe SSDs deliver superior performance and proven Micron quality – backed by a robust 3 to 5-year warranty.2

      Looking for a different form factor? Check out our External SSD and SATA SSD ranges.  Need more reliability for mission-critical tasks and applications? Elevate your data center’s performance and endurance with our Micron Server SSDs—engineered for the most demanding workloads. 

      • What is a PCIe NVME?

        PCIe NVMe SSDs connect to a computer's PCIe slots for high-speed storage. At Crucial, we offer Gen 3, Gen 4 and Gen 5 NVMe SSDs. Generations denote bandwidth capabilities, for example a PCIe 4.0 NVMe offers double the bandwidth of PCIe 3.0 NVMe, allowing faster data transfer rates, enhancing overall system performance.

      • What is the difference between a PCIe and M.2 NVMe SSD?

        M.2 is a common interface for NVMe SSDs due to its compact size and high bandwidth capabilities, however NVMe SSDs can also be found in other form factors such as PCIe add-in cards (PCIe SSDs) and U.2 drives.

        PCIe SSDs typically use PCIe expansion slots on the motherboard and can offer even higher performance compared to M.2 SSDs. U.2 drives, on the other hand, resemble traditional 2.5-inch SATA drives but use the NVMe protocol over a U.2 connector.

        M.2 NVMe SSDs are prevalent in many consumer devices due to their compact size, other form factors exist for NVMe SSDs to accommodate different system configurations and requirements.
        For more information on form factors read our article: Understanding M.2, SATA, PCIe and NVMe SSDs

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      1. Warranty valid for 3 to 5 years from the original date of purchase or before writing the maximum total bytes written (TBW) as published in the product datasheet and as measured in the product’s SMART data, whichever comes first.
      2. For illustrative purposes only. Calculated by averaging 4.8 out of 5 stars from 138,463 reviews for Crucial MX500, BX500, P1, P2, P5, X6, and X8 SSDs.