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|NAND Flash Type||3D TLC|
|Max Sequential Read||Up to 3480 MB/s|
|Max Sequential Write||Up to 2000 MB/s|
(Higher is better)
It's been a while since Corsair launched its first flagship M.2 2280 NVMe drive, the Force MP500, into the market – but now over a year later we have its successor, the Force MP510.The previous MP500 used a combination of Phison's PS5007-E7 controller...
Time to close this review, and I can only say ‘Wow, this is an outstanding drive'. It's almost the best drive that you can have if you are an enthusiast, almost since I never got it to reach some of the IOPS that Corsair claims on the box, but if I am...
NVMe drives that exploit the bandwidth of x4 PCIe channels have been around for a few years. With eight times as much effective bandwidth as a SATA connected drive, NVMe demonstrates well what flash memory can do when organised effectively. The issue,...