Corsair SSD maker has launched its fastest solid state drives yet. The new NVD SSD series based on M.2 PCIe format gives users a new high-end option in the Force Series MP510. This top of the line performer is capable of delivering sequential read speeds of up to 3480 MB/s and sequential write speeds of 3000 MB/s, which makes this lineup of SSDs the most advanced in the series. The available options have capacities of 240, 480, 960, and 1920 GB. The new M.2 format design makes it easy to mount the drive on motherboards and laptops. With a polished PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 interface, maximization of bandwidth has become easier than in the past.
Housed inside the chipset is high-density NAND flash memory TLC 3D. The thermal interface disperses the heat outside the chamber of the PCB to keep the board temperature cool even under heavy performance load. This not only ensures stability but also contributes to lengthening the lifespan of the entire unit.
As for the current price, 240GB SSD is available at $69, 480GB at $129, 960GB at $239, and the maximum capacity 1920GB model is selling at $474. The availability and delivery dates haven’t been confirmed yet but the guess is all models will be on the shelves soon. This comes as a welcome new entry to provide a decent alternative in an already crowded SSD market that is dominated by Samsung.
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