Crucial. The Memory & Storage Experts™
Looking for computer memory or a new storage drive? You’ve come to the right place!
Crucial is a global brand of Micron Technology, Inc., one of the largest memory and flash storage manufacturers in the world. We make computer memory upgrades (DRAM) and solid state drives (SSDs), and offer more than 250,000 upgrades for over 50,000 systems. For 17 years, we’ve sought to provide the Crucial Difference — award-winning products, outstanding support, and a team of memory and storage experts who explain complex lingo in everyday terms. We’re here to help improve the performance of your system.
Crucial memory and SSDs have been qualified and approved by major original equipment manufacturers, and every single module that leaves our doors has been rigorously tested at the component and module level. That’s a big deal in the memory industry, but it’s not all. When it comes to our SSDs, each drive undergoes over a thousand hours of prerelease validation testing and hundreds of qualification tests to ensure optimal reliability and performance.
To find upgrades in just a few clicks, our award-winning Crucial System Scanner or Crucial Memory Advisor™ tool will identify compatible upgrades for your system, and if you order on Crucial.com, we guarantee compatibility — or your money back. With fast and free shipping, outstanding tech support, and an exhaustive library of articles, videos, and install guides, we make it easy to find and install the right upgrade for your system.
Let us be your memory and storage experts.
Crucial internal solid state drives (SSDs)
Solid state drives (SSDs) access data almost instantly and are significantly faster and more reliable than traditional hard drives. NAND flash memory within Crucial SSDs allows you to boot up in seconds and load, save, and transfer files almost as soon as you click on them. Upgrade your desktop PC, laptop, Mac®system, or workstation today by installing an SSD that’s extremely energy-efficient and inherently more durable than a hard drive. Learn more in our SSD Information Guide.