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Posted 5 September 2023

Corsair MP600 PRO XT 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe with Heatsink SSD - 6,800 MB/s

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  • Backward compatible with PCIe Gen3 Platforms Intel 100, 200, 300, 400, X99, X299 Chipsets, AMD Socket AM4 Platform, X399;
  • For Gen4 storage performance A PCIe Gen4 x4 controller delivers up to 7,100MB/s sequential read and 6,800MB/s sequential write speeds;
  • Your PC fast Load games, start Windows, open and transfer files, all faster than ever. High-speed M.2 NVMe 1.4 PCIe x4 Gen4 interface Utilizing PCIe Gen4 technology to leverage maximum bandwidth;
  • High-density 3D TLC NAND It's the optimal blend of performance and endurance to keep your drive performing its best for years;
  • Excellent endurance Insured for 3,000 TB of write operations, the MP600 PRO XT ensures quality that will allow you to securely archive your data for years.

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  1. Somersett's avatar
    Here's a thought. A little while back ambitious PC gamers wanted the fastest flash storage to boost their game performance. Thanks to Microsoft and Intel (OS and memory sub-system designers) that hasn't exactly worked out well- hence the price of this uselessly fast NVMe device.

    And today, 'GOTY' Starfield (if only) scales with RAM speed, so now its the fastest DDR5 RAM speeds that matter. And AMD Zen 4 cannot even exploit extreme DDR5 speeds. Things are certainly kept interesting for PC gamers with too much money to spend.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    AMD Zen 4 cannot even exploit extreme DDR5 speeds

    You're behind the times.
    Zen4 AGESA (BIOS) updates have fixed the issues with higher than 6000Mhz RAM.
    Speeds up to 8000Mhz are perfectly fine now (for those that can afford them). (edited)
  2. requisitous452's avatar
    Do we think these high end 2tb gen 4 drives will continue to go down in price or is 80 pound+ the lowest they'll be?
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    There's been reports of most of the major NAND manufacturers scaling back productions, it's causing prices to go back up at the moment (as seen on prices of the 990 Pro/SN850X/P44 Pro/etc).
    I'd buy now to be honest, even if they do go down any further it wouldn't be by much and they chance of
    them increasing is higher.

    The smaller brand drives (Netac/ADATA/Integral/fanxiang/etc - anything manufactured by BiWin) may still go down as they mostly use YMTC NAND and I've not seen any reports of them scaling back production (yet).
    No guarantee though. (edited)
  3. HKmilktea's avatar
    Looks nice and I want it.
    Kupo's avatar
    Looks like a utensils holder
  4. Xercen's avatar
    toblerone build. Looks great (edited)
  5. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Pretty good price.
    The drive without heatsink is £84-88 and you're getting a pretty chunky heatsink for that extra money.

    Too tall for the PS5 unless you want to leave the cover off (the cover will go on, just bulges a bit). (edited)
  6. wyx087's avatar
    I have the NH version on back order. Also have M2 heat sinks laying around.

    Is it worth cancelling NH for this?
    Can NH get similar speed with a third party heatsink?
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Yep, it's the exact same drive so a heatsink on the NH will perform the same as this.
    This is a decent deal though if you don't want to wait for the NH.

    Only downside is if you ever want to remove the HS it voids the warranty.
  7. beaversrus's avatar
    Looks like a hornby carriage
  8. BobbyUK's avatar
    Too big for the Ps5
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    A little.
    From reviews it looks like you can get the cover back on but it bulges a bit.
  9. PsyCoPat's avatar
    Great price, paid mine £240 one year ago!
  10. DonnyBrago's avatar
    Toast rack that keeps your toast warm. Finally.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Yeah I thought that's what it looked like too, lol.
  11. miguel_c's avatar
    Nice deal for the price!
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