With or without heatspreader, and special versions for PS5
Corsair has released its latest MP600 ELITE SSD series that will be available in 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities, as well as come in three different versions, with and without a heatspreader, and a special version for Playstation 5 console. The Corsair MP600 ELITE is pretty special as it comes with a new Phison E27T controller.
Around 12GB/s sequential read and write speed
Gigabyte has unveiled a direct successor of its Aorus Gen5 10000 SSD, the Aours Gen5 12000 SSD, which peaks at up to 12,400 MB/s read and up to 11.8GB/s of sequential write performance.
Reaching 12,422/11,858 MB/s of sequential performance
Crucial's PCIe Gen5 SSD based on a Phison E26 controller has been spotted online, and it achieves some impressive sequential performance.
Hitting well over 12,000MB/s
While you can already buy PCIe Gen5 SSDs that can hit 10,000MB/s, it appears that Sabrent is going to push it a bit further, as it is currently working with Phison in order to bring the new Rocket X5 Gen5 SSD that will go well over 12,000MB/s, and possibly as high as 14,000MB/s.
Hits 12.5GB/s read and 10GB/s write on AMD X670 platform
Phison's upcoming E26 PCIe Gen5 SSD controller has been spotted running on the AMD X670 platform and reaching impressive 12.5GB/s read and 10GB/s write speeds.
Up to 7,400/6,800 MB/s of sequential performance
Silicon Motion announced three new PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD controllers, including the high-end 12nm SM2264 controller, capable of hitting 7.400MB/s and 6.800MB/s sequential read and write performance.
Coming in M.2 form-factor
PNY has unveiled its new consumer-oriented CS2030 series of NVMe SSDs, coming in capacities of up to 480GB and sequential performance of up to 2750MB/s.
Hopefully we will see it in action
Zotac, usually known for Nvidia Geforce graphics cards as well as the Zbox line of mini-PCs, is apparently serious about entering the SSD market as well as a new PCIe SSD has been spotted at CES 2016 show in Las Vegas.
Coming in 240GB and 480GB capacities
After graphics cards and quite popular Zbox mini-PCs, Zotac is now venturing into SSD business as well with the launch of the new Premium Edition SSD series.