Corsair MP600 Pro XT New M 2
New M.2 SSD Corsair MP600 Pro XT
From Corsair there is replenishment when selecting M.2-SSDs, as well as WCCFECTECH reports. The new SSD series in M.2 format bears the name MP600 Pro XT, partly – so also in shops or in the PC Games hardware price comparison \ – goes ahead of the model name still the brand label Force Series . A Corsair MP600 Pro already existed – the XT variant is again faster, especially with the IOPS values. These describe the speed when reading and writing small data packet blocks, which enables more accurate classification than measuring the data rate in megabytes per second over a longer period of time. For the latter values, the three new capacity variants (1TB, 2TB and 4TB) provide a reader rate of 7100 MB / s and a write rate of 6800 MB / s.
The 1TB and 2TB versions rank a little above the more favorable models for this performance class and cost from 195 euros or 385 euros. At the 2TB version, there is also a variant for integrating a water cooling from 400 euros. Above all, the 4TB but has its price and is available from 1000 euros, a 4TB variant with water cooler connection is curiously already from 930 euros. Nevertheless, it is noticeable more per TB than the smaller models, which also looks like the competition: the most favorable M.2 SSD with more than 7000 MB / s reader rate is the Seagate FireCuda 530 for 890 euros.
Although there are cheaper M.2 SSDs at all three capacitance sizes, which are similarly fast thanks to PCIe 4.0 – the Corsair MP600 per XT series offers an unusually large heat sink, which ensures that the SSD also with longer stress Not losed due to the heat at speed. If you want to buy the new SSD for a PlayStation 5, however, has to bury its project. Because just because of the high radiator does not fit in the retrofit slot of the console, except one removes the cooler – in the case you can then use the same good to a cheaper competition SSD. If you want to use the new Corsair MP600 PRO XT for your PC, you should make sure that the mainboard also has a suitable PCIe4.0 m.2 slot. Otherwise, the SSD runs only in 3.0 mode.
From Antonio Funes
16.09.2021 at 14:30
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