MSI Spatium M570 PRO FROZR review
The MSI Spatium M570 PRO FROZR represents the latest addition to the PCIe 5.0 NVMe SSD market and this round from MSI, featuring up-to 4TB capacity. This solid-state drive is engineered with a Phison E26 controller and employs the latest 3D TLC NAND technology, which utilizes 232-layer architecture. The SSD achieves high-performance metrics, offering sustained read/write speeds of up to 12 GB/s. A key feature of the MSI Spatium M570 PRO is its advanced cooling solution. The device includes a substantial (read huge) heatsink designed to efficiently dissipate heat. This cooling system incorporates well-designed Core Pipes and an optimally surfaced heatsink, all housed under an aesthetically pleasing cover. The heatsink is engineered to reduce SSD temperatures by up to 20℃, thereby maintaining optimal performance levels under load (according to MSI).
In terms of physical construction, the SSD leverages precision-machined heatpipes, ensuring maximum contact and effective heat distribution across the heatsink. Despite its enhanced cooling capabilities and high storage capacity, the MSI Spatium M570 PRO maintains a compact form factor, thanks to its advanced 3D NAND flash technology. From a performance perspective, the SSD is optimized for the PCIe Gen5 interface, achieving sequential read/write speeds up to 12,400/11,800 MB/s. This high level of performance is sustained by the effective thermal design of the device.
Additional technical specifications include an M.2 2280 form factor, a high endurance rating with up to 1400 TBW (Terabytes Written), and a mean time between failures (MTBF) of 1.6 million hours. MSI also provides a comprehensive 5-year warranty for the Spatium M570 PRO, underlining the product's reliability and quality.
The SSD also comes with supportive software features, including data migration tools for backup and restore functions, as well as the capability to monitor drive health and performance in real-time through the MSI Center application. This suite of features and the robust design of the SSD make it a viable choice for users seeking high-performance storage solutions. Anyways, how will she perform, let's have a peek shall we?