Corsair has introduced new SSDs from the MP600 XT series, offering significant performance improvements over its predecessor, and this is especially true of the 1TB model. With the PRO XT series of SSDs, Corsair has drives that can exceed 7000 MB / s and a million IOPS, while offering higher levels of random read / write speeds.
The company with the new SSDs promises superior PCIe 4.0 performance and uses 3D TLC NAND to deliver the highest read and write speeds. The SSD uses faster NAND than its predecessor, the Micron 176-layer B47R TLC NAND.
The new SSD also has a more attractive heat conductor, but it’s too big to be officially supported by gaming consoles like the PlayStation 5.
Corsair also promises better drive life, with 700 TWB for the 1TB model, 1400 TWB for the 2TB version, and 300 TWB for the 4TB variant. The company has calculated that the 4TB model can last 280 years during the usual entry of 35GB of data per day.
By: Amber V. – Zexron