Mobile devices like ultrabooks, tablets, and handheld gaming consoles are getting more popular each year. Even if we look only at handheld consoles, a year ago, we had one popular option: Steam Deck. Right now, there is also ASUS ROG Ally and Lenovo Legion GO, and soon MSI will join with their new product. Most of consoles and other devices are sold with lower capacity or simply slower storage, so it’s not a surprise that many owners think about replacing the storage, which more often is M.2 SSD in a user-friendly and tiny 2230 form factor. For those users, Corsair designed the reviewed today MP600 Core Mini at a high 2TB capacity.
Today, we present the latest and the fastest Corsair SSD – MP700 PRO. The SSD arrived to us a while ago, and we had plenty of time to test it, so the conclusions in this review are based not only on synthetic tests but also on daily workloads.
The MP700 PRO is one of the fastest M.2 SSDs we can buy in stores, and even though it shares the same Phison controllers as all the fastest PCIe 5.0 SSDs, the MP700 PRO’s design is improved compared to the competition. Of course, I won’t share everything in the introduction, but you can expect some exceptional results.
Corsair has just launched the Darkstar Wireless Gaming Mouse. The Darkstar is a highly customizable wireless mouse that features 15 programmable buttons and Bluetooth connectivity. Precision is accomplished with Corsair’s MARKSMAN 26,000 DPI optical sensor and 2,000 Hz hyper-polling. You can get your own Darkstar Wireless Gaming Mouse directly from Corsair for $169.99. Below is Corsair’s official press release.
With PCIe Gen 5 SSDs finally rolling out into the mainstream market, Corsair was kind enough to send out its flagship MP700 for review. This represents the very best Corsair (or anyone) has to offer for M.2 storage. It boasts the new NVMe 2.0 interface, 2 TB of capacity, and a blazing fast 10,000 MB/s sequential read and write speeds. In this review, we see just how much of an improvement this PCIe Gen5 drive is when compared to its Gen4 predecessors. Finally, we will answer the long-standing question: Is it worth the extra cost to upgrade?
Corsair has just announced the launch of its latest addition to the highly successful MP600 Series NVMe SSDs, the MP600 MINI and MP600 CORE XT. The MP600 MINI measures a mere 30 mm long making it compatible with small handheld gaming devices like the Valve Steam Deck. With 1 TB of storage capacity and PCIe Gen4 speeds this is no lightweight SSD either. The second SSD Corsair announced is the MP600 CORE XT. This 80 mm long M.2 drive features capacities of 1, 2, and 4 TBs with PCIe Gen 4×4 performance.
The Corsair MP600 MINI is listed for $110 at Corsair’s website while the MP600 CORE XT starts at just $60 for the 1 TB model. Below is Corsair’s official press release with links for additional information.
After reviewing memory kits for the latest AMD chipsets, we are back with a very interesting option for Intel users. The tested memory kit is from the Corsair Vengeance series, has a 32GB capacity, and is rated at 7000MT/s. The kit is designed for demanding gamers and computer enthusiasts who always want more than the standard. The presented version of Corsair Vengeance doesn’t have RGB illumination but compensates for it with a low-profile heatsink and high frequency. I won’t tell you much more in the introduction, so you have to read our review to find out how Corsair Vengeance 7000MT/s memory kit performs and overclocks.
Corsair has just launched its Vengeance RGB DDR5 7000MT/s high-speed ram kits with capacities of 48GB (2x24GB). This latest RAM kit was designed with Intel’s 700-series motherboards for maximum stability with the 13th Gen Core processor. The Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5 is also available in capacities as high as 192GB (4x48GB) with a CAS Latency of just 38. These high-capacity kits run slightly slower at 5200MT/s but will fill the need of users who require massive amounts of RAM. With a starting price of $284.99 and peaking at $749.99 these kits will put a dent in your wallet for the extra capacity. Below is Corsair’s official press release if you would like additional information and links to purchase.
Today we have one more memory kit for the latest AMD chipsets. This time it’s Corsair Vengeance 32GB kit rated at DDR5-6000 and equipped with the AMD EXPO profile. AMD recommends 6000MT/s for optimal performance and compatibility, so it’s no surprise that the leading RAM manufacturers are optimizing their AMD memory series for this specific speed.
Corsair has just launched its latest ATX 3.0 power supply, the RMx SHIFT series. Featuring side-mounted connectors, the RMx SHIFT brings a whole new level of innovation, allowing easy access when mounted in a traditional tower chassis. The RMx SHIFT series PSUs have an 80-Plus Gold rating, ATX 3.0 certification (native 12VHPWR connector) and are available up to 1200 Watts, making them ready for any modern build. Corsair’s press release below states immediate availability, but we could not locate any pricing or availability at the time of this article.