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    Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    And they are joined by the MP600 Pro Hydro X Edition with integrated water block.
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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    Having dabbled in a custom loop before, the thought of having your SSD/storage as part of it would still fill me with unease.
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    for all intents it seems to be the same card minus some gays name on it and a shielded cover ? with OEM added to it - GoNz0.

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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    Buyers of all the above SSDs get the Corsair SSD Toolbox software bundled
    That's a shame. For this sort of money you should get something usable. My last SSD was a WD Black, the slightly better performance, lower price and free game was nice but really the idea that I wouldn't have to touch SSD Toolbox was what clinched it for me.

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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Buyers of all the above SSDs get the Corsair SSD Toolbox software bundled
    That's a shame. For this sort of money you should get something usable. My last SSD was a WD Black, the slightly better performance, lower price and free game was nice but really the idea that I wouldn't have to touch SSD Toolbox was what clinched it for me.
    Yeh, I have to say that thing has been a total letdown for me.

    The custom loop thing strikes me as kind of unnecessary as this is rarely a real bottleneck. If your storage requirements are such that controller throttling is an issue, this is not the solution. As above, you also want a set up that will have a good chance of preserving your data should the worst happen with a water cooling set up.

    Maybe I'm just an idiot.

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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    The custom loop thing strikes me as kind of unnecessary as this is rarely a real bottleneck. If your storage requirements are such that controller throttling is an issue, this is not the solution. As above, you also want a set up that will have a good chance of preserving your data should the worst happen with a water cooling set up.
    Isn't there also something about pcie ssd performance being worse if they're too cold as well...
    Last edited by LSG501; 29-01-2021 at 04:51 PM. Reason: fixed quote

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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    Yes , I read that in a few places about not working as well when too cool.

    On a side note when are Corsair going to come out with water cooled mice ?

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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    Quote Originally Posted by Terbinator View Post
    Having dabbled in a custom loop before, the thought of having your SSD/storage as part of it would still fill me with unease.
    Cant be worse then watercooled RAM, and i did that years ago with OCZ RAM

    I am a little perplexed it seem to be geared for fairly thick tubing, i would thing something less substantial was enough.

    I have lined up for hard lining my next build ( first time hard line ) and TBH i am contemplating to change to tube again, little reason for hard line as there will be no window in the case, and tubing can be made to look sufficient orderly.

    Maybe i will do a little of both.

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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    I think I'd be more concerned with the block leaking than the NVMe drive throttling due to heat issues / poor heatsink ventilation. Especially when Corsair cheaped out with their leaky XG7 2080Ti block by missing a single screw out (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmQdZ79RFuc).

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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    Haha i forgot about that one.
    Though i dont think they cheaped out, but their QA / engineer wasent on the ball with that one for sure.

    The factory WC enabled OCZ RAM i used, well the sticks also died pretty fast, first time i had problems with OCZ RAM which i up until then always used.

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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    Not sure I can trust Corsair full waterblock solutions for anything...

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    Re: Corsair MP600 Core and MP600 Pro M.2 NVMe SSDs launched

    WD Black SN850s are still the King.

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