Capacity – 500 GB
Sequential Read – 1,900 MB/s
Sequential Write – 950 MB/s
Random Read – 90k IOPS
Random Write – 220k IOPS
Endurance – 100 TBW
Passmark Benchmark – 10,336
Fast Capacity for Less
Whether you are trying to get in the game faster or store all your precious memories, the Crucial P1 SSD delivers. Capacities start at 500 GB and scale to 1 TB. Accelerate performance with the latest NVMe PCIe technology. The P1 is designed to be the only storage upgrade you need — storage, speed, and dependability. Accelerate everything.
Room to Spare
Securely load and store up to 1 TB of important files on Micron NAND in a tiny M.2 form factor.
NVMe PCIe technology delivers sequential read/write speeds up to 2,000/1,700 MB/s so you can hammer out your work and compete online faster than ever before.
The Crucial P1 SSD is designed to be the only storage upgrade you’ll need with an affordable blend of performance and capacity.
5-Year Limited Warranty
We back thousands of validation hours, dozens of qualification tests, and a heritage of award-winning SSDs with a 5-year limited warranty.
One of the Largest Storage Manufacturers Worldwide
Crucial is backed by Micron’s expert quality and engineering innovation. Micron has produced some of the world’s most advanced memory and storage technologies for 40 years.
The Crucial P1 is the newest series of M.2 drives, with capacities ranging from 500 GB to, soon to be, 2 TB. The Crucial P1 SSD comes equipped with Micron quad-level cell (QLC) NAND, enabling increased NAND density at a lower cost, providing a huge capacity at an affordable pricing model.
For performance, the drive did well when considering the target audience and comparing it to another QLC product in the same segment. In 4K random read and write, the P1 was triumphant against the 660p with 364K IOPS read and 237K IOPS write. In sequential 64K read, the P1 was extremely dominant with 599MB/s, and only barely fell behind in sequential 64K write with 1.6GB/s. With VDI Boot and Initial Login, the two drives were basically equal, showing very little difference in results. The P1 did, however, fall short in VDI Monday Login with a peak of 20K IOPS before falling off, giving the 660p a win with this test. Overall, the Crucial P1 drive didn’t disappoint in the QLC SSD segment.
Despite the gaming positioning, the drive really should be viewed as a solution for mainstream users wanting the benefits of flash but the economics of hard drives. When looked at through that lens, the Crucial P1 offers increased speeds over hard drives or older SSDs and satisfies end users seeking reliable storage at a fair price. The P1 is definitely the clubhouse leader for this new breed of QLC drives.