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steven36 posted a topic in Technology NewsCorsair's upcoming MP600 SSDs are now available to preorder. Today's SSDs are fast, but upcoming models that can leverage the PCI Express 4.0 bus kick things up a notch, with sequential read speeds rated at around 5,000MB/s. What about cost? Preorder pricing for Corsair's Force Series MP600 SSDs offers some clarity on the subject. Over on Amazon, Corsair's MP600 is now listed at $249.99 for the 1TB model and $449.99 for the 2TB model. Pricing and capacity eluded Corsair's MP600 unveiling last month, but now we know. Compared to our roundup
zanderthunder posted a topic in Technology NewsSeagate backs up a truckload of flash, and introduces a gaming dock, too. Seagate is blazing up a firestorm with the release of two new storage products for gamers, a new gaming dock, and a PCIe 4.0 x4 FireCuda SSD. The company is also refreshing a few of the other SSDs in its lineup, too. FireCuda Gaming Dock Seagate’s FireCuda Gaming Dock is a high-end gaming hub that integrates a docking station and external storage into one device. It’s meant to be a perfect fit for laptop gamers who aren’t ready to jump on the desktop gaming PC bandwagon yet
Karlston posted a topic in Technology NewsWD Black SN850 SSD looks to steal the PCIe 4.0 limelight from Samsung’s 980 Pro New NVMe SSD looks like a superb value proposition overall (Image credit: Western Digital) Western Digital has unleashed a new PCIe 4.0 SSD offering seriously speedy performance levels for gamers, along with an NVMe SSD add-in-card, plus a game dock. The PCIe 4.0 drive is a WD Black series NVMe SSD which takes the baton from the SN750, ramping up speeds a long way. The WD Black SN850 makes use of what the firm describes as brand-new cache tec