PCIe 4.0 SSD exposure Corsair 2nd generation: reading 7GB/s breakthrough

SSDs are the best of the PCIe 4.0 era. However, most of today’s PCIe 4.0 SSDs are based on the phison E16 solution which has constraints such as high heat and low performance. PCIe 4.0 SSD is finally free with the introduction of Phison’s E18 master control solution.

The next Corsair MP600 PRO generation will also be unveiled shortly after Gigabyte first announced the AORUS Gen4 7000s. Incidentally, Amazon Germany has leaked some details.

After moving to the E18 solution, the Corsair MP600 PRO’s continuous read and write speed rose to 7000MB/s and 6850MB/s, respectively above 4950MB/s and 4250MB/s 41 and 41% respectively, respectively.

The PCIe 4.0 x4 is 8000MB/s potential bandwidth. Clearly, further improvement is likely. Even PCIe 4.0 SSD can become 7GB/s. The cap can be 7.5GB/s after taking into account signal and data loss.

Writing life is 3600TBW and the 2TB edition should be. According to the 5-year guarantee, 0.2 full disk records every day are equal.