Transfer speeds up to 3 times from SATA drives at a starting price of 50 USD
Prices of drives SSD Quickly in the M.2 interface,NVMe Enabling them to take full advantage of thePCI-Express To which they are connected, continue to decline steadily to our delight - and today their purchase may already be a reasonable consideration for almost any consumer, even compared to the old SATA drives and sellers.
Supply is probably the key word here, and the more vendors that offer NVM drives at a very competitive price - the more expensive these prices will become. This is where the company enters Corsair, Which joins the race with its new MP300 models.
The MP300 drives will be based on memories NAND And the popular Phison E8 controller that supports a PCI-Express 3.0 × 2 (half the maximum of a modern M.2 interface) - with volumes between 120 and GB to 960 gigabytes Printed circuit board with a standard 80 millimeter length, and with conductive thermal labels designed to keep cool temperatures in operation and prevent loss Performence Relatively called overheating.
The new drives are capable of delivering continuous transmission speeds of up to 1,600 megabytes in reading and up to 1,080 megabytes in writing (with "920" per megabyte per second reduction in the 240 gigabyte and 460 megabytes per second model only) 120 GB due to the use of partial volume on available channels, it is worth noting), alongside Performence Maximum 240,000IOPS in reading and 210,000IOPS in writing - all within a five-year warranty framework, which is certainly surprising for the budget category, usually involving products with two or three years of warranty.
Prices are the main story in MP300, as stated,Corsair (Note that even the random performance in this version is significantly lower than the rest of the volumes), 50 dollars per 120 gigabyte volume, 80 dollars per 240 drive Gigabytes that make it the most profitable in the family and for the sake of 150 dollars for its largest and fastest drive has a volume of 480 gigabytes. Store availability is expected to occur in the coming weeks, and we can only hope that the practical prices will be similar to those recommended by the manufacturer - and perhaps even lower, who knows.