The NVMe SSD with PCIe 4.0 standard achieves extremely high read and write speeds. In order to maintain the enormous performance, the manufacturer equips the SSD with a passive cooler ex works. With 700 TBW, a long service life is guaranteed.
The Corsair MP600 Pro Edition NVMe SSD at a glance:
PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD with 1 TB capacity
Extremely fast 7,000 when reading and 5,500 MB / s when writing
A total of 360,000 / 780,000 IOPS 4KB random read / write
Phisons PS5018-E18 controller & 3D-TLC-NAND
Guaranteed write volume of 700 TBW
With passive heat sink
NVMe SSD for the M.2 slot with extremely fast read and write speeds
The Phison controller of the NVMe SSD supports the PCIe 4.0 standard, which supports a theoretical data transfer rate of 7,800 MB / s. With a read speed of 7,000 MB / s, the MP600 Pro already almost reaches the limits of what is possible. The extreme write speed of up to 5,500 MB / s is equally impressive.
With the 3D-TLC-NAND memory technology, the individual memory chips of the SSD are stacked in a space-saving manner. For the consumer, the effectiveness of this efficient technology is primarily reflected in its high performance and durability. The Corsair MP600 Pro Edition NVMe SSD has a TBW (write / erase cycles) of 700 TB. This means that it will continue to do its job reliably and uncompromisingly for many years.
Extremely fast NVMe SSD with passive cooler
The IOPS values (Input / Output Operations per Second) illustrate how many input and output commands an SSD can carry out per second. Here, too, the Corsair MP600 Pro Edition NVMe SSD has excellent values with 360,000 in 4KB read and 780,000 in 4KB write. The SSD supports the NVM Express protocol (NVMe for short), which is reflected in particularly low latencies and high read and write speeds.
NVMe SSDs like the Corsair MP600 Pro Edition run hot in a very short time due to their extremely fast read and write speeds. In order to continue to ensure stable operation of the system and SSD, they usually reduce their speeds. For the consumer, this is noticeable in a significant drop in performance. To avoid this, Corsair has installed a passive heat sink on the SSD, which keeps the temperature of the SSD low and thus ensures smooth (and above all fast) operation.
- Dimensions: 80 x 23 x 15 mm (W x H x D)
- Weight: 34 g
-- Format & interface: M.2 / M-Key 2280 (PCIe 4.0 x4 / NVMe)
- Capacity: 1 TB
- Controller: Phison PS5018-E18, 8 channels
- Cache: 2 GB (DDR4), SLC cache
- NAND: 3D-TLC (Multi-Level-Cell)
- Encryption: AES 256-bit
- Performance (PCIe 4.0):
- Read: max. 7,000 MB / s
- Write: max.5,500 MB / s
- IOPS (4KB Random Read): 360,000
- IOPS (4KB Random Write): 780,000
- Power consumption (read / write): no information
- Guaranteed write volume (TBW): 700 TBW
- Application temperature: 0 to 70 ° C
- Shock resistance: up to 1,500 G
- MTBF: 1,700,000 hours
- Manufacturer's guarantee: 5 years