The basis for this test is a Gigabyte X670E Aorus Master with an AMD Ryzen 9 7950X, which is also our current GPU test system. In testing, we couldn’t quite live up to the manufacturer’s specifications. When reading data sequentially, we could only achieve just under 4100MB/s with the AS SSD. However, the write rate is around 4500MB/s. However, the specified values demonstrate the very good performance of the new Corsair MP600 GS.
We find a very good 4K read rate of just under 100MB/s very impressive. The program begins to take advantage of this, since a large number of small files have to be uploaded. Subjectively, the SSD performs very well in everyday use. In addition, the Corsair MP600 GS Series is also backward compatible, which means that M.2 interfaces offering only PCIe 3.0 speeds are also supported. Hence a slightly lower performance is essential.
Due to the massive cooler that the Gigabyte X670E Aorus Master comes with, SSD temperatures can be kept in the green range even under prolonged load. Figuratively speaking, this means that a consistently high level of performance is available.
For further comparisons and benchmarks, we refer to our comparison chart.
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