The third generation of Crucials BX series is clearly convincing. As promised, the write rate is at a permanently high level and both write and read rates scratch the limit of the SATA port. Thanks to the MLC memory used, the BX series no longer plays in the entry-level league, but has risen to the upper league. Exemplary for this is not only the speed and its performance stability, but also the long durability with a TBW of up to 160 TB.
So the Crucial BX300 knows how to convince, but has strong competition. Especially Samsung has made a name for itself and the Samsung SSD 850 Evo is on a similar level. Both technically and in price. As soon as the Crucial BX300 has arrived on the market and the price has dropped by a few Euros, I would prefer it.