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Corsair releases their MP500 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs

Corsair releases their MP500 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs

Corsair releases their MP500 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs

Corsair releases their MP500 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs

 
Corsair has released their new MP500 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs, offering high-end SSD performance that delivers performance that is 5x faster than traditional SATA SSDs with similar power consumption and a compact M.2 form factor. 
 
These new SSDs are now available to purchase from the Corsair website in 120GB, 240GB and 480GB variants, for £119.99, 184.99 and £349.99 respectively, offering read and write speeds of up to 3000MB/s and 2400MB/s respectively in ATTO.  
 
With this level of performance, the Corsair MP500 is a competitor to Samsung's high end 950 Pro and 960Pro/Evo series of SSDs, coming with a three-year warranty and a sexy black PCB to blend in seamlessly with your high-end motherboard of choice. 
 
Sadly, these new MP500 series SSDs are not available in larger 1TB and 2TB variants, which means that Samsung remains the leaders in the M.2 market when it comes to capacity. That being said it is great to see a new competitor in the enthusiast-grade M.2 SSD market.  
 

  

Corsair releases their MP500 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs

 

This SSD is compatible with Windows, MacOS X and Linux, with no need for any special drivers for support, making the installation the Corsair MP500 a simple process. 

The Corsair MP500 also comes with support for enhanced error correction, making this SSD more reliable than previous Corsair SSDs, with support for dynamic wear-leveling to help this SSD outlast traditional SSDs.

 

Right now Corsair's MP500 series of SSDs are available to purchase from Corsair's website. 

 

You can join the discussion on Corsair's MP500 series of SSDs on the OC3D Forums.  

   

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Most Recent Comments

13-12-2016, 11:09:41

NeverBackDown
Almost interested. No 1TB option is a no no from me. Guess I'll stick to SamsungQuote

13-12-2016, 13:10:07

Greenback
wonder how long b4 we see the corsair motherboard'sQuote

13-12-2016, 13:56:40

NeverBackDown
If they did i would like to know the OEM, because no Asus/GB/MSI are going to do it unless Corsair gives them very large chunk of the profit.Quote

13-12-2016, 14:31:15

Kungfugrip
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Almost interested. No 1TB option is a no no from me. Guess I'll stick to Samsung
Agreed!
Why wouldn't they offer a 1TB? Doesn't make sense.Quote

13-12-2016, 21:55:22

Reigngrifth
more of them have actually have eyes now xDQuote
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