Corsair today announced the launch of its top-of-the-range MP510 NVMe SSD, which achieves in 4TB of capacity. This M.2 NVMe SSD (model: CSSD-F4000GBMP510) features a Phison PS5012-E12 controller accompanied by 96-stack of 3D TLC NAND Flash memory chips and offers performance of up to 3480 MB / s for read speed and up to 3000 MB / s for write speed, while when it comes to 4K random read and write we are talking about performance of up to 580,000 / 680,000 IOPS. This performance is superior to the 2TB drive capacity (3480/2700 MB / s; 530,000 / 485,000 IOPS).


The information of the Corsair MP510 is completed with a durability of 6820 TB written, the use of a PCI-Express 3.0 x4 interface, an M.2 2280 format, 5-year warranty , and the most interesting thing will be to know its price, and that is that the 2TB drive costs 385 euros , so at least this drive will cost twice as much, so it’ll be around 800 euros . Its launch will take place tomorrow, so just wait for it to be listed in a store to know its price, although it obviously has a very specific niche.



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