• Lexar rolls out fastest Crucial SSDs to date, the M225

    SSDs are still mad expensive, but Lexar has just announced a wicked fast line of Crucial SSDs, M225. Available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB, the 2.5-inch drives boast 250MB/sec read speeds and 200MB/sec write speeds (256GB model). All three drives sport a SATA 2.0 interface and a five-year warranty. Snag one now for $170 (64GB), $330 (128GB) or $600 (256GB). Crucial Read More

  • Lexar Media Announces Crucial DDR3 RDIMM Memory Modules

    Lexar today announced the immediate availability of Crucial DDR3 RDIMM memory modules. Designed to support users as they transition to upcoming next-generation server platforms, the modules expand upon Lexar’s Crucial line. The DDR3-1066MHz and DDR3-1333MHz ECC (error detection and correction) RDIMM modules for next-gen server platforms are available in 1GB and 2GB capacities. Read More

  • Crucial announces DDR3 Laptop RAM

    Good stuff. Crucial’s the first on the market with this notebook RAM; probably it’ll be snapped up by lux retailers like Alienware. I opted not to get DDR3 for my new desktop rig because the benefits aren’t really there yet compared with the advanced DDR2 RAM on the market, but for a notebook the benefits might be real. It does after all require less power and while I doubt… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: $10 off at Crucial

    Looking to upgrade your RAM, SSD, flash cards, USB drives or performance DRAM? Crucial currently has a deal where you can save $10 when you order $100 or more. Give it a whirl. My old MacBook was upgraded with 2GB of RAM and never had any problems. My latest rig, Penryn MBP, will see a bump in RAM to 4GB from Crucial later this week so look for a review as well as new benchmarking numbers. Crucial Read More

  • Crucial SSD line from Lexar makes me drool a little bit

    I’m a big fan of Crucial. I have 2GB of RAM in my MacBook from them. I’m also a big fan of today’s announcement regarding their new SSD for notebooks. The 2.5-inch drive will come in 32GB and 64GB models with a low latency of 1ms. It’s hot swappable and slides into the SATA port or you can get an external kit, SK01, that converts the drive for compatibility via USB. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: 10 percent off memory from Crucial

    I recently upgraded the MacBook from 512MB of RAM to 2GB from Crucial and now it runs like butta. Butta, I tells ya. Crucial makes it easy to find out what RAM you need for your rig and now you can get 10 percent off. Select parts are in the promotion so check out the site and order anytime from Friday, Nov. 23 to Monday, Nov. 26, 2007. There’s even free shipping within the… Read More

  • Crucial Makes Picking RAM Easy, Even Your Mom Can Do It

    Figuring out what type of RAM you need for your PC or Mac can be a cumbersome task if you don’t know what the difference between DDR and DDR2 is. We’re all bargain shoppers to a certain extent and we want to get the cheapest RAM possible, but unless you or a friend know what you’re doing then you could buy something that won’t even work on your rig and that sucks. Read More