Corsair is launching a brand new spherical of PCIe 4.Zero M.2 NVMe SSDs based mostly on the newest reference designs from Phison plus Corsair’s personal heatsink designs. Beginning off, the Corsair MP600 CORE is their first PCIe 4.Zero SSD with QLC NAND flash reminiscence. This makes use of the older Phison E16 controller so peak efficiency solely pushes just a little bit past what could be potential with PCIe 3.0, however it’s nonetheless a step up from the Corsair MP400.
|Corsair MP600 CORE Specs|
|Capability||1 TB||2 TB||Four TB|
|Type Issue||M.2 2280 PCIe Three x4|
|NAND Flash||3D QLC|
|DRAM||1 GB||2 GB|
|Sequential Learn (MB/s)||4700||4950|
|Sequential Write (MB/s)||1950||3700||3950|
|Random Learn IOPS (4kB)||200okay||380okay||630okay|
|Random Write IOPS (4kB)||480okay||580okay|
|Energy Consumption||Learn||5.6 W||6.Three W||6.Zero W|
|Write||5.7 W||6.eight W||7.Four W|
|Write Endurance||200 TB
We’ve got a pattern of the 2TB MP600 CORE in hand, ready for its flip to run by means of our new SSD take a look at suite.
Subsequent is Corsair’s new prime of the road SSD, the MP600 PRO based mostly on the Phison E18 controller and TLC NAND flash reminiscence. The MP600 PRO takes excessive spot from the unique MP600, Corsair’s Phison E16 + TLC product that launched in 2019 alongside the primary AMD Ryzen CPUs to assist PCIe 4.0. The brand new MP600 PRO might be obtainable with both the usual aluminum heatsink, or with a water block in a variant bought because the MP600 PRO Hydro X.
We do not have full specs for the MP600 PRO but, however efficiency needs to be principally the identical as different Phison E18 drives utilizing 96L TLC, that means peak sequential switch charges round 7 GB/s for each reads and writes. The MP600 PRO might be obtainable with capacities as much as 2TB. Since Corsair is not prepared with evaluate samples of the MP600 PRO fairly but, we anticipate retail availability might be a bit later than for the MP600 CORE.