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[Phoronix]Corsair Force MP600 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD Benchmarks On Linux

Corsair Force MP600 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD Benchmarks On Linux

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One of the first PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSDs to market has been the Corsair Force MP600. AMD included the Corsair MP600 2TB NVMe PCIe4 SSD with their Ryzen 3000 reviewer's kit and for those interested in this speedy solid-state storage here are some benchmarks compared to various other storage devices on Ubuntu Linux.....

When looking at the geometric mean for all of the benchmarks, the Corsair Force MP600 came out 17% faster than the Intel Optane 900p 280GB NVMe SSD. The MP600 2TB costs around $450 USD while the Optane 900p 280GB costs $250 USD, but there is also the nearly four times greater storage capacity with the Corsair SSD. Compared to the Samsung 970 PRO 512GB NVMe SSD, the MP600 was 99% faster in these Linux storage benchmarks.
I'm waiting until next year on this one until more companies have them available, but the fact is that it's killing everything else in that round up just as expected including the Intel Optane..

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In Windows it's just your generic TLC NVMe SSD, I have a 2TB one in my X570 rig. Sequential R/W is impressive, good to brag around amongst your PC friends and in other tests it's a bit little faster than 970 PRO 1TB.

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looking at the absence of PCIE 4.0 in the next gen Intel Ice Lake CPUs.....that's gonna hurt Intel.
Still gobsmacked how Intel got caught here.....I mean was that even possible lol
Never would have believed if someone told me Intel will be in this position in 2019
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I wonder how it compares in Gen 3 mode to the optane.

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Don't get too excited about it beating Optane in the random IO tests. It's just a deficiency of the test. A 2 MiB block size may as well be a sequential test for solid state memory. A true 4K QD1 random IO test would still show a major victory for the Optane over this NAND based disk due to its much lower read/write latency. You can see this shine through a bit in their FS and DB tests.

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I bough the Gigabyte 1TB NVMe for my X570 upgrade. the speed is almost as insane as the heat it puts out.

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Quote: Originally Posted by naved777 View Post
looking at the absence of PCIE 4.0 in the next gen Intel Ice Lake CPUs.....that's gonna hurt Intel.
Still gobsmacked how Intel got caught here.....I mean was that even possible lol
Never would have believed if someone told me Intel will be in this position in 2019
Lack of competition, the same way they've been dripfeeding us marginal CPU performance gains since 2013 until AMD woke up with Ryzen. If it wasn't for the R7 1700 they would have still been making 4C/8T.

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