Solved Crucial M4 64GB vs Intel 330 60GB Tags: SSD Performance Crucial Intel Storage Last response: May 10, 2012 3:54 PM in Storage Share whooleo May 9, 2012 10:26:53 PM Trying to decide which one to get as both are the same price. Would also like to know which one is more reliable and which one has better performance. Any help appreciated! More about : crucial 64gb intel 330 60gb Best solution JohnnyLucky a b å Intel a c 232 G Storage May 9, 2012 11:17:19 PM Both are good choices. In terms of real world performance you would probably not notice any difference between the two. The Crucial m4 is very popular with gamers and enthusiasts. If you are in the USA you just missed some really great sale prices. Intel is popular with individuals who are interested in reliability and stability. The 330 series is supposed to be a "value" ssd. The prices are lower than other Intel models. whooleo May 10, 2012 3:54:56 PM Best answer selected by whooleo. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumIntel 330 Series (180gb) vs Crucial M4 (128Gb) ForumIntel 520 VS Crucial M4 ForumIntel 320 80gb vs crucial m4 64gb ForumWhich is the best: M4 Crucial 128GB, Intel 520 or Intel 330 ForumCrucial m4 64GB vs OCZ Agility 120GB ForumCrucial M4 128Gb or 256Gb or even 64Gb ? ForumOWC vs Vertex 3 vs Vertex 3 High IOPS vs Crucial M4 ForumSSD purchase: Intel 330 or M4 - basic use Linux OS ForumCan't decide on SSD! Intel 510 250GB vs Crucial M4 256GB ForumCrucial 120GB M4 VS Intel 520 Series 120GB VS OCZ Forum64GB , Samsung 830 vs Crucial M4 ? Forum64GB or 120GB SSD ? ForumSSD BATTLE 64GB : M4 CRUCIAL VS VERTEX4 ForumCrucial m4 , 830 or something else instead? ForumMy computer is saying that there is a hard disk failure Forum[Solved] Ocz agility 3 60gb windows 7 firmware update? ForumIntel 520 vs Samsung 830 ForumCrucial M4 - Getting 3GB/s speeds instead of 6GB/s speeds? ForumSSD purchase: Intel 330 or M4 - basic use Linux OS Forum[ssd] Cant install win7 on new intel 330 raid 0? More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !