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  1. Corsair'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
  2. Seagate 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
  3. WD 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
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