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  1. Hello everyone, Suitable for laptops or motherboards with existing m.2 heatsinks, the MP600 NH/PRO GS are perfect candidates for your storage needs. While being perfect for upgrading your laptop's storage capacity or building a new system, these two SSDs save you time with installation and its quick read/write speeds. Here are a few highlights: Blazing fast sequential read and extreme storage performance, using Gen4 PCIe technology with speeds of up to: 7,000MB/s read, and 6,500 MB/s write (MP600 PRO NH) 4,800MB/s read, and 4,500MB/s write (MP600 GS) Guaranteeing endurance of up to 6,000 TB (MP600 PRO NH, varies by capacity) or 700 TB written (MP600 GS, also varies by capacity), you may reliably store your data without any worries - backed by our comprehensive five-year warranty for peace of mind It's your data and drive! Take advanced control over your drive, such as secure erase and firmware updates via our CORSAIR SSD Toolbox software, giving you convenient access. Click the following for more information: MP600 GS, MP600 PRO NH. We’ve put together a quick FAQ below. Q: How do I know if my system is compatible? A: If your motherboard’s or laptop’s specifications mentions a connector/socket for a Type 2280, PCIe 4.0 x4 or 3.0 x4 M.2 then you’re on the right path! For fitment concerns, please double-check with your manufacturer. Q: Do I have to enable anything in BIOS for full speed? A: Not always - but if necessary please refer to your motherboard's user manual or check in with your motherboard's manufacturer. Q: Is there any performance difference between using this in a PCIe 3.0 or 4.0 system? A: If used in a PCIe 3.0 system, speeds will be limited to PCIe 3.0’s constraints. Let us know your thoughts!
  2. Greetings everyone, Just orderer the Force Series™ MP510 1920GB M.2 SSD, and I was wondering about which M.2 slot on the motherboard bellow should I be setting the SSD card on: - Gigabyte Z390 AORUS Xtreme Waterforce I've got 2 options: M2P or M2A According to forums, people seem to agree to set it in the M2P slot (which is the bottom one on the MB). But I got no real confirmation about which one is the best to go for. I'm novice in hardware stuff, and after that I'll put the cooling stuff above it so I'm scared to set it to the wrong slot and have issue later that make me force to remove it just to change the SSD slot. Here is some pic that I've took to show a better understanding of what I'm talking about : https://www.noelshack.com/2019-50-1-1575917906-img-0202.jpg https://www.noelshack.com/2019-50-1-1575917896-img-0201.jpg Thanks a lot for your advices ♥
  3. Hello all. I am new to the CORSAIR and custom builds. I currently am working on a 3 monitor setup. My tower included the following.. AMD Ryzen 9 3900x ASUS AMD AM4 ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) Motherboard Corsair Force MP600 M.2 2280 1TB - 2 of these MSI Geforce RTX 2080 TI 11GB Gaming X Trio Corsair 1000 Watt Platinum Power supply Windows 10 64 Bit Memory undecided due to new build.... Monitors are Asus ROG Swift PG279Q 27inch (Running a 3 monitor setup) Tower is a Corsair Crystal 570X RGB Mirror Black ATX Mid Tower Cooling is Corsair H115i RGB Platinum Liquid Cooler My motherboard says it can do a GEN 4 M.2. With that being said, Corsair offers a Gen 4 M.2 SSD (Force Series Gen.4 PCIe MP600 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD), but it has a cooling block on top of it. If you notice with my motherboard, the M.2 slots have a plastic piece that goes overtop of the M.2 slot, which would interfere with the Corsair Force Series Gen 4 M.2. What is recommended here. Could I remove that plastic piece and just not use it? Should I remove the cooling block and not use it? Or is there another brand I should go with? I am just trying to stay with the Corsair brand. Any help would be great!!
  4. Hi; I'm thinking of buying Force Series MP510 480GB M.2 SSD. On the MP510 M.2 SSD product page, it's written: COMPATIBILITY Form Factor: M.2 SSD Supported Platforms: Intel® 100, 200, X99, X299 Chipsets, AMD Socket AM4 Platform (Link) I have MSI GL63 8RC gaming laptop. (Link) (Motherboard: MS-16P6) Form Factor is Ok; mine has M.2 SSD Combo but I don't understand what Supported Platforms exactly mean? Do I meet all the requirements? Thank you in advance.
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