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Corsair MP510 960GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD,Up to 3480MB/s Read, 3000MB/s Write (5 Years warranty) for £113.35 Delivered @ Cclonline
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Corsair MP510 960GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD,Up to 3480MB/s Read, 3000MB/s Write (5 Years warranty) for £113.35 Delivered @ Cclonline

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Posted 29th Oct

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Key Features:
  • PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface
  • M.2 2280 Form Factor
  • Up to 3480MB/s Read, 3000MB/s Write
  • 5 Year Warranty
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The CORSAIR Force MP510 NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD provides extreme storage performance with blazing fast read speeds of up to 3,480MB/sec. All-new extreme data performance controller delivers up to 3,480MB/sec sequential read, and up to 3,000MB/s sequential write, for blazing fast read, write and response times. For simple connection and maximum bandwidth. Provides the ideal mix of performance, endurance and value to keep your drive performing at its best for years. Ultra-compact M.2 2280 size fits directly into your notebook or motherboard with no additional cables or connectors. Long-term reliability and industry leading customer support for peace of mind.
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Main Features
  • EXTREME STORAGE PERFORMANCE
  • HIGH-SPEED NVME PCIE GEN3 x4 M.2 INTERFACE
  • HIGH-DENSITY 3D TLC NAND
  • COMPACT M.2 2280 FORM FACTOR


EXTREME STORAGE PERFORMANCE
All-new extreme data performance controller delivers up to 3,480MB/sec sequential read, and up to 3,000MB/s sequential write, for blazing fast read, write and response times.

HIGH-SPEED NVME PCIE GEN3 x4 M.2 INTERFACE
For simple connection and maximum bandwidth.

HIGH-DENSITY 3D TLC NAND

Provides the ideal mix of performance, endurance and value to keep your drive performing at its best for years.

COMPACT M.2 2280 FORM FACTOR
Ultra-compact M.2 2280 size fits directly into your notebook or motherboard with no additional cables or connectors.

COMPREHENSIVE FIVE-YEAR CORSAIR WARRANTY
Long-term reliability and industry leading customer support for peace of mind.

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I have the 480gb version of this, and paid just over 60 for that it's brilliant so far after 5 months, hot!
Edited by: "rendeverance" 29th Oct
Voted hot. But I got my crucial 1tb nvme after waiting three months from Amazon for £85 so I will pass.
£120.88 on the site..?
sergiup29/10/2019 12:14

£120.88 on the site..?


Yup, seems like it's gone up. Keep an eye on this one for deals as well, it's the Sabrent brand but literally the same chips underneath (Phison E12) and has the same read write speeds, 5 year warranty etc. Maybe a little bit more risky because the brand's new but I think it is one of the better ones.

hotukdeals.com/dea…724

Likely will go down during black Friday (to around £100 or under) - might need vouchers (on page) so won't come up on camelcamelcamel
Alvie29/10/2019 12:37

Yup, seems like it's gone up. Keep an eye on this one for deals as well, …Yup, seems like it's gone up. Keep an eye on this one for deals as well, it's the Sabrent brand but literally the same chips underneath (Phison E12) and has the same read write speeds, 5 year warranty etc. Maybe a little bit more risky because the brand's new but I think it is one of the better ones.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sabrent-1tb-rocket-nvme-pcie-m2-2280-up-to-3450-mbs-read-and-3000-mbs-write-10999-at-sold-by-slj-trading-and-fulfilled-by-amazon-3301724Likely will go down during black Friday (to around £100 or under) - might need vouchers (on page) so won't come up on camelcamelcamel


Thanks; I'm hanging on for a 2TB version, either of the MP510 (which is 1.9TB, they seem to overprovision differently but have higher TBW as a result), or the Adata SX8200 Pro, or the Sabrent Rocket. That's pretty much my order of preference so far...

The Adata SX8200 Pro 2TB is £209.99 at CCL right now so I'm hoping for sub-£200.
Does this come with migration software
MikeMill29/10/2019 13:41

Does this come with migration software


It does, it's called the Corsair Toolkit or something along the lines. People should be aware that for my B450 Gaming Plus Max motherboard (3700x) it did not recognise the cloned drive on the BIOS no matter what I tried, I had to reinstall Windows fresh on this drive to have it recognised as a boot drive in the BIOS. Other than that, it is an amazing drive and I am well chuffed with it, loads up Modern Warfare in a matter of seconds and I'm always the first to be loaded on to the map, getting in to a lobby where a match has already started takes like 2 seconds!
Does upgrading to this from Sata SSD make sense? Is it noticeable in real-world uses? I've seen minor differences in YouTube videos but just wondering if with extended use you really start to notice your system being more snappy.
Question about these. I have a M.2 drive it was only a cheap 120GB one I paid £30 for a few years ago. I want to get a 1TB one now. Is it wise to pick up a heatsink for these m.2 drives?
sergiup29/10/2019 12:14

£120.88 on the site..?


it's back to the deal price now.
ocelot2030/10/2019 15:19

Question about these. I have a M.2 drive it was only a cheap 120GB one I …Question about these. I have a M.2 drive it was only a cheap 120GB one I paid £30 for a few years ago. I want to get a 1TB one now. Is it wise to pick up a heatsink for these m.2 drives?


I have one of these Corsair SSD's without a heatsink and it has never gotten hot to the point where I have required a heatsink. It's always sitting at around 30 degrees, I don't think you need a heatsink tbh unless you're stress testing the drive for 24 hours etc
Edited by: "f2k8" 1st Nov
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