|商品尺寸||10.03 x 0.69 x 6.99 cm; 55 克|
|包装清单||Internal Solid State Drive|
+ ￥182.08 运费及进口关税
Crucial 英睿达 内置式固态硬盘 BX500 2TB CT2000BX500SSD1-高达540 MB / s（3D NAND，SATA，2.5英寸）
- 启动更快。 更快地加载文件。 提高整体系统响应能力
- 提高电池寿命，因为它比普通硬盘高出 45 倍的能效
- Micron 3D NAND - 40 年来推进世界*和存储技术
- Crucial 3 年有限保修
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With thousands of hours of Micron pre-release validation, dozens of SSD qualification tests, and a heritage of SSDs, the Crucial BX500 has been thoroughly tried, tested, and proven.*
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Crucial BX500 3D NAND, SATA, 2.5-inch SSD
Boot up faster. Load files quicker. Improve overall system responsiveness for all your computing needs.
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First off, I have a PC setup slightly more complex than usual. I built this desktop computer myself several years ago, setting it up with a dual-boot config: Windows 10 64-bit on my main hard drive for application development work; Windows 7 32-bit on another, for compatibility with older music recording software and hardware interface. After all these years, I was concerned my two original 2TB Seagate drives would be reaching end-of-life. Plus, they were getting slower each year with more and more data on them. Now, this was my first replacement drive to see how it went--and my first SSD experience.
I popped the new Crucial drive into an Icy Dock 2.5 to 3.5 inch adapter case, installed it in an open drive bay, connecting it to an open Serial ATA slot in my motherboard with an extra SATA cable I had lying around (Note: the drive doesn't come with any cables), plugged it into an open SATA power connector connector, closed the case and powered up the PC.
I then followed the Crucial online instructions downloading the Crucial Storage Executive drive info app and Acronis cloning app. I was pleased to see that the SSD drive was now recognized by Windows 10 and it was apparently functioning correctly.
I then fired up the Acronis True Image app, selected my "C:" drive to clone and selecting "Manual" as a partition option and then, "As Is" instead of "Proportional", since both old and new drives are the same size. Cloning my Windows 10 boot drive took a good couple of hours and completed successfully.
Now for the big test. I turned off the PC, opened the case again and disconnected the old boot drive and turned the PC back on. I now expected the usual option to boot from either the Windows 10 or Windows 7 drive. Instead, I got the ugly DOS message: "Reboot and select proper boot device." Uh oh...
However, this was an easy fix. I rebooted and this time selected the option to open the BIOS software. From it's "BOOT" menu, I found my new Crucial SSD drive was listed with it's serial number beginning with "CTxxx...", instead of the Seagate drive "ST" prefix. It turned out my disconnecting the old primary Seagate drive had apparently confused the BIOS and caused it to move my empty DVD drive into the first boot position. I simply moved the new Crucial drive to that first position, saved the BIOS setting and rebooted again. This time I given the expected option to select my default Windows 10 drive, or my old Windows 7 music recording drive. The cloning process had NOT wiped my custom boot config! I selected the Windows 10 boot option to my new SSD drive and was AMAZED at how fast Windows 10 loaded--and then, how fast bulky programs like Microsoft Visual Studio now load. Awesome! I'm thrilled.
I'm now ready to try replacing the other Seagate hard drive. Since this one has old, end-of-life Windows 7, we'll see how that goes. I'll let you know!
I received a new one the next day. The new unit was recognized, cloned my current hard drive, and I installed it without issue. All seems to be operating very well.
The SSD greatly improved the computer’s speed and usability. Even though I had an issue, I believe this is a very good product. I recommend giving it a try, but not spending must time if it initially fails to operate properly.
The Samsung is still wonderful and I will be handing it down to my dad for his 2012 MacBook Pro to hopefully get another year or two of use out of it.