Corsair – Being the successor of the MP600 Pro, the MP600 Pro XT has several performance improvements, especially in terms of cooling.
Corsair has officially introduced a new line of SSDs to the market. They launched the latest version of MP600 Pro called MP600 Pro XT, with some improvements.
This SSD still adopts PCIe Gen 4 NVMe, but can now have a maximum speed of up to 7,100 MBps for sequential read speeds and up to 6800 MBps for sequential write speeds.
The difference between the original version and the latest version of SSD Corsair is a matte black heatsink equipped with eight tall heatsink fins for better heat dissipation.
The heatsink is taller than the original MP600 with a height of 19mm, which makes users have to be wary of whether their motherboard can accommodate the SSD or not. Especially those who use M-ATX or mini ITX.
Reporting from Tom’s Hardware (September 13), the MP600 Pro XT has the option to get water cooling, which comes with the name MP600 Pro XT Hydro X Edition, which only has two variants.
For performance, this SSD comes from 700 TBW to 3,000 TBW. Not to forget, there is also an endurance rating of 1.6 million hours. Its maximum random read speed is up to 1M IOPS, while its random write speed is up to 1.2M IOPS.
The MP600 Pro XT will be available in 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB variants, priced between USD 199.99 and USD 989.99. As for the water-cooled version, it comes in 2TB and 4TB models for USD 10 to USD 25 more expensive.