Corsair has actually presented its very first SSD in an M.2-2230 form-factor that is focused on ultra-compact systems like Valve’s Steam Deck in addition to Microsoft’s Surface area Pro 8 and 9. The MP600 Mini drive provides 1 TB of storage area and strong efficiency in a mini bundle.
Corsair’s MP600 Mini is based around Phison’s E21T controller mated with 3D TLC NAND memory (according to Tom’s Hardware) and is ranked with an approximately 4,800 MB/s consecutive read/write speed in addition to an approximately 850K/1.1 M random read/write IOPS. The SSD takes in about 4.3 W usually and includes a simple graphene heatspreader, that makes it suitable with the large bulk of systems out there.
Because Corsair’s MP600 Mini utilizes a PCIe 4.0 x4 user interface, it will shine in the large bulk of modern-day laptop computers and hybrid PCs. Though as far as Valve’s Steam Deck is worried, remember that it utilizes a PCIe 3.0 x4 user interface, so the MP600 Mini will not get to completely extend its legs there in regards to throughpt.
|Corsair MP600 Mini Specs|
|Kind Element||M. 2 2230|
|User Interface||PCIe Gen4 x4, NVMe 1.4|
|NAND Flash||3D TLC|
|Consecutive Read||4800 MB/s|
|Consecutive Write||4800 MB/s|
|Random Read||850k IOPS|
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|Active||4.3 W (* ) .||.|
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