Summary: Corsair's MP700 PRO PCIe Gen 5 M.2 SSD offers up to 75% faster performance than PCIe 4.0 SSDs, with sequential read and write speeds of 12,400 MB/sec and 11,800 MB/sec respectively, plus advanced cooling options and a five-year warranty.
- Sequential read and write speeds reaching an impressive 12,400 MB/sec and 11,800 MB/sec respectively
- Random read and write performance of up to 1.5 million read and 1.6 million write IOPS
- Backward compatible with PCIe 4.0 motherboards
Corsair, the leader in enthusiast components for gamers, creators, and PC builders, has just launched its latest innovation in Storage technology – the MP700 PRO. This PCIe Gen 5 M.2 SSD is Corsair’s fastest to date, setting a new standard for next-generation storage.
With sequential read and write speeds reaching an impressive 12,400 MB/sec and 11,800 MB/sec respectively, the MP700 PRO offers a significant performance boost of up to 75% compared to PCIe 4.0 SSDs. But it’s not just about raw speed – the random read and write performance of up to 1.5 million read and 1.6 million write IOPS puts this SSD far ahead of its PCIe Gen 4 counterparts.
What’s more, the MP700 PRO is backward compatible with PCIe 4.0 motherboards, ensuring that this upgrade will continue to serve you well for years to come. It also boasts native support for Microsoft DirectStorage, maximizing your gaming experience by taking full advantage of the latest games. Plus, everyday tasks such as file copying and application loading are lightning-fast.
The MP700 PRO comes in capacities of up to 4 TB and offers three different cooling options to suit your needs. The standard option utilizes the integrated M.2 cooling provided by your motherboard, while those seeking advanced cooling can opt for the fully-assembled Air Cooler. For the ultimate cooling solution, there’s the MP700 PRO Hydro X Series version, which features a pre-assembled water block compatible with industry-standard 1/4″ fittings.
Installation is a breeze thanks to the industry-standard M.2 2280 form-factor, ensuring compatibility with most desktop motherboards. And to make things even more convenient, Corsair provides free SSD Toolbox software that allows for secure erase and firmware updates directly from your desktop.
Rest assured, Corsair stands behind the MP700 PRO with a five-year warranty, offering peace of mind that your storage will remain fast and reliable. This SSD truly harnesses the power of PCIe Gen 5 technology to redefine M.2 performance.
The 1 TB and 2 TB versions of the Corsair MP700 PRO PCIe Gen 5 x4 NVMe M.2 SSDs are available now through Corsair’s webstore and authorized retailers and distributors worldwide. The 4 TB variant will hit the shelves later this winter. For exact pricing details, please visit the Corsair website or get in touch with your local Corsair sales or PR representative.
[Editor’s note: Our in-depth review of the Corsair MP700 Pro 2 TB is now live]
About Corsair: Corsair, founded in 1994, is a manufacturer of high-performance gaming and enthusiast PC components and peripherals. The company specializes in producing top-tier gaming keyboards, mice, headsets, as well as computer cases, power supplies, and memory modules. Corsair has earned a strong reputation in the industry for its commitment to quality and innovation, catering to gamers and PC enthusiasts worldwide.Corsair Website: https://www.corsair.com
Corsair LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/corsair/
About Microsoft: Microsoft, founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen in 1975 in Redmond, Washington, USA, is a technology giant known for its wide range of software products, including the Windows operating system, Office productivity suite, and cloud services like Azure. Microsoft also manufactures hardware, such as the Surface line of laptops and tablets, Xbox gaming consoles, and accessories.Microsoft Website: https:/www.microsoft.com
Microsoft LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/microsoft/
M.2: M.2, also known as Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF), is a computer expansion card format that is designed to replace the outdated mSATA standard. It is thinner and longer than mSATA, which gives it a much higher data transfer rate. The M.2 format measures 22mm in width and can measure up to 110mm in length. It uses the M-key and B-key connectors to interface with PC host systems, and can connect to both SATA III and PCIe for data transfer. Due to its small size, M.2 is often used for ultra-slim laptops and netbooks, as well as in embedded SSDs for tablets and other mobile devices. It is also becoming increasingly popular in the desktop computer industry, thanks to its compactness and fast transfer speeds. This makes M.2 ideal for gaming PCs, workstations, and other demanding applications that require high levels of data throughput.
NVMe: Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) is a newly developed technology that has been gaining traction in the computer industry. This technology is a standard interface which allows for high-speed storage and retrieval of data from solid state drives (SSDs). NVMe is designed to increase the speed of data transfers in storage systems by enabling a direct connection to PCI Express (PCIe) bus, resulting in significantly faster access times compared to traditional interface protocols such SSDs. NVMe is particularly useful for applications that require lightning-fast access to large amounts of high-value data. NVMe-based SSDs are being widely adopted in the computer industry and are being employed to power data centers, high-end workstations, and gaming machines to support lightning-fast data processing and retrieval, which unlocks possibilities for machine learning, real-time analytics, edge computing, and other cutting-edge applications. NVMe is proving to be an invaluable tool in the field of computing, offering immense
PCIe: PCIe (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express) is a high-speed serial computer expansion bus standard for connecting components such as graphics cards, sound cards, and network cards to a motherboard. It is the most widely used interface in the computer industry today, and is used in both desktop and laptop computers. PCIe is capable of providing up to 16 times the bandwidth of the older PCI standard, allowing for faster data transfer speeds and improved performance. It is also used in a variety of other applications, such as storage, networking, and communications. PCIe is an essential component of modern computing, and its applications are only expected to grow in the future.
SSD: A Solid State Drive (SSD) is a modern data storage device that employs flash memory technology to store data electronically. Unlike traditional hard disk drives (HDDs), SSDs have no moving parts, resulting in significantly faster read and write speeds. This leads to quicker boot times, faster application loading, and smoother overall system performance. SSDs are known for their durability, shock resistance, and energy efficiency, making them ideal for laptops, ultrabooks, and other portable devices. They come in various form factors, including 2.5-inch, M.2, and PCIe cards, and are favored for their reliability, quiet operation, and reduced heat generation
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