Corsair MP600 Elite PCIe 4.0 DRAMless M.2 NVMe review

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Specifications & Features

Corsair has launched the MP600 Elite SSD in two storage capacities: 1TB and 2TB. Customers can choose between models with or without a heatsink. The 2TB model we tested is rated for an endurance of 1200 TBW. These SSDs employ TLC 3D NAND flash memory, a technology that offers increased storage volumes compared to Planar NAND. TLC 3D NAND involves vertically stacking NAND cells within a single integrated circuit, distinct from multi-chip package chip stacking. This structure results in reduced costs, smaller die sizes, and greater capacity per NAND chip. The SSDs are compatible with a PCIe 4.0 x4 M.2 slot and feature an NVMe interface. The combination of high-density TLC NAND and a Phison PS5027-E27T controller enables enhanced performance levels for single-drive SSDs.



Phison's PS5027-E27T: A Low Power PCIe 4.0 DRAM-less SSD Controller

Phison launched the  PS5027-E27T, a new generation PCIe 4.0 DRAM-less SSD controller. This product is developed using a 12 nm process technology and is capable of achieving maximum read and write speeds of 7400 MB/s and 6400 MB/s, respectively. Additionally, the upcoming PCIe 5.0 model, the PS5031-E31T, alongside the PS5027-E27T, is designed to cater to the varying requirements of PC OEM partners and customers, providing advanced SSD storage solutions.


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