It will use 3D TLC NAND memory chips
Corsair has announced its flagship M.2 SSD, the MP700. The novelty, apparently, will go on sale in the coming months, but its cost has not yet been reported.
But the maximum data transfer rates for sequential reading and writing are known – 10 and 9.5 GB / s, respectively. In the picture below, Corsair even compared its current top-end MP600 Pro XT SSD to the MP700. The difference is noticeable.
However, the MP700 will be able to fully realize its high-speed potential only on the latest platforms from AMD (with processor socket AM5) and Intel (based on 600 and 700 series chipsets). The creators talk about the use of 3D TLC NAND memory chips in the SSD and support for NVMe 2.0 M.2.
AMD promised SSDs with PCIe 5.0 support back in November last year, but in fact there are only a few such models on sale