Blazing Fast Corsair MP700 Pro PCIe 5.0 x4 SSD Now Available

Corsair Brings Unmatched Performance!

[Press Release] Corsair has achieved a new breakthrough in SSD technology. Using the PCIe 5.0 standard, the company has created its fastest M.2 SSD to date, raising the bar with the MP700 Pro.

Corsair has achieved an astounding 12,400 MB/s read and 11,800 MB/s write speeds, leaving PCIe 4.0 SSDs in the dust. With storage capacities of up to 4 TB, the SSD has enough room to store all of your favorite games and then some.

Corsair MP700 Pro PCIe 5.0

The MP700 Pro dominates PCIe 4.0 SSDs through an incredible random read & write performance of 1.5 million read and 1.6 million write IOPS. Fortunately, this SSD supports PCIe 4.0 motherboards, making it compelling for users who have yet to upgrade to the latest PCIe standard.

With an M.2 2280 form factor, Corsair’s MP700 Pro is supported across various PC configurations. However, it requires additional cooling for the best results due to its blazing-fast speeds.

For users who prefer to go one step further, the MP700 Pro Hydro X Series can utilize an already-included water block, unlocking new levels of performance for this incredibly fast SSD.

All of this impressive technology is backed by Corsair’s software support, enabling users to conveniently access features like secure erase and firmware updates. At the same time, a five-year warranty ensures maximum peace of mind at all times.

The 1 TB and 2 TB models of this breathtaking SSD are now available worldwide through Corsair. A 4 TB model is also coming later this year, opening up new possibilities for PC setups.

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