Corsair has been releasing NVMe Storage for some time now, and 2023 is no exception. With the PCIe GEN 5 standard hitting the streets, Corsair has followed suit and released the MP700 Pro. The MP700 Pro comes in two storage flavours, 1TB and 2TB as well as some different cooling options. Both 1TB & 2TB netting very impressive performance numbers, at least on paper. Today, we will be reviewing the 2TB flavour. Read on to see what we take away from the experience from unboxing to performance testing. A big thank you to Corsair for supplying us the review sample.
Hello esteemed enthusiast. Courtesy of the fine folks at Corsair, we present to you the MP600 Core Mini M.2 2230 SSD. As the name states, the MP600 Core Mini SSD features the M.2. 2230 form-factor. This SSD form-factor is designed to work in thin and light laptops and the rapidly growing PC gaming handheld market.
Gigabyte are not new to the PC component market by any stretch of the imagination, but like many, they are always releasing new products to entice money out of our wallets. Today we look at the Gigabyte "10000" Gen 5 NVMe drive, a drive that offers blistering Sequential Read Speed : up to 9,500MB/s & Sequential Write speed : up to 8,500MB/s . Will this be a winning product from Gigabyte that makes you part with your hard earned cash? Read on to find out.
Our friends at Crucial were kind enough to bless us with not just one, but two, of their latest and greatest creations for review. So, without further ado, and with great pleasure, we introduce you to the Crucial® T700 PCIe® 5.0 NVMe™ SSD. Buckle up for safety.
The Sabrent 4-Drive NVMe SSD to PCIe 3.0 X4 card (EC-P3X4) is designed to add up to four NVMe SSDs to your computer with minimal fuss. Connect 4x SSDs into the PC-P3X4 and start using it. The adapter fits M-Key 2280 SSDs and can be placed in x4/x8/x16 PCIe slots with forward and backward compatibility. This makes it ideal for adding storage to legacy machines. Your drives will stay cool, reliable, and safe thanks to the aluminum housing with built-in thermal padding. Enjoy NVMe levels of performance with support for a PCIe payload size of up to 512 bytes. Running software RAID/JBOD has never been easier.
In todays review we will be looking at the new MP600 GS 2TB PCIe 4.0 (Gen 4) x4 NVMe M.2 SSD by Corsair. In the nearly three decades since their inception in 1996, Corsair has become a mainstay in the PC industry. They create a wide variety of components ranging from memory and storage to cases and peripherals. Read on to see what we find on the MP600GDS 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe.
Today we are going to examine the latest offering of NVME SSD's from Gigabyte. The Taiwanese tech giant was founded in 1986 and derives the bulk of it's revenue from GPU's, Laptops and Motherboards. The company only recently began manufacturing storage devices, with the first units being sold in late 2018. Gigabyte was generous and supplied us with it's latest 1TB AORUS Gen4 7000s SSD version. This drive is marketed specifically targeting PS5 console gamers. We will be testing their speed/specification claims via PC (Test setup below). I know I can't wait to see what this drive can do, how about you?
Corsair Gaming Inc. is a computer peripheral manufacturer headquartered in Fremont, California. Established in 1994, Corsair has supplied the industry with it's products manufactured in Taiwan. Today we will examine the MP600 Pro LPX 2TB PCIe Gen 4.0 NVMe SSD supplied through Corsair's North American distributors. Will Corsair deliver on it's latest drives read/write promises? Read on.
What's up guys, today we are gonna look at a M.2 SSD from our friends over at Corsair. So thank you to them for sending this over for me to take a look at. So here we have the Corsair MP600 Pro XT 2Tb M.2 NVME SSD. This guy is PCIe Gen 4. with 7.1 GB/s in sequential reads and sequential writes up to 6.8GB/s, this M.2 SSD is stupid fast. Let's see what we find.
In a market saturated with ultra-fast Gen 4 NVMe drives, Silicon Power just released a new Gen 3 PCIe NVMe drive. The new XPOWER XD80 features solid Gen 3 read/write performance ratings up to 3,400/3,000MB/s, respectively. While it might not be the absolute pinnacle of speed that Gen 3 drives have to offer, it's certainly up near the top. However, its speed rating is not the only reason to consider this drive for your next build. The XPOWER XD80 arrives with competitive pricing, high endurance rating, and a stylish aluminum heat sink! Read on to find out more.