• CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
  • CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
  • CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
  • CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
  • CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
  • CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
  • CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
  • CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s
CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s

CORSAIR FORCE Series MP500 480GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,000MB/s

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  • The CORSAIR NVMe PCIE boosts bandwidth, allowing you to access all of your data, load files and launch games with speeds up to 4x faster than the SATA 3.0
  • CORSAIR NVMe M.2 SSDs enable a new level of performance in a compact form-factor
  • Additional error bit correction and improved data retention, while supporting the latest generation NAND
  • Additional protection to enhance reliability and extend life of the drive. Vibration : 20Hz~80Hz/1.52mm, 80Hz~2000Hz/20G
  • Compatibility: M.2 2280 Interface Connector; Windows 10, Mac OS X

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Solid drive, hotter than a pistol.I've had this drive for 9 months now. Works really well, stable, and dependable. Windows 10 64 bit pc is definitely smoother running than with the data her this replaced. This puppy runs HOT though, my pc is completely liquid cooled so the air temps inside the case rarely crack the 38 degree C mark. That said, avg temp of this drive is 55 degrees, spiking to 75 under load. I actually had to reposition a case fan to direct air right at the drive to cool it down a bit. Corsair assured me that those temperatures are within the operating specs of the drive, but it still doesn't make me feel good. Other than the temps this drive is awesome, not a single problem with it. If it included an aluminium heat spreader to help dissipate the heat it'd get 5 stars.42251Mb Reads & 872Mb Write =)I bought the 120gb as primary ssd/boot drive, and to run my OS and primary software, its much faster than 2.5" ssd's. On my CrystalDiskMark benchmarks Im getting 2251.3Mb Read & 872.3Mg Write Speeds which is fast and much better than the read speeds i was getting with my 2.5" SSD. Games Load very fast as well as programs in my opinion. Strangely, IDK if its because my overall PC-specs but these speeds were very similar to my previous Samsung 850 Evo Nvme M.2. Kind of expected the Mp-500 to perform a little slower. PC-SPECSi7-7700K 4.8GhzStrix Z270F motherboardStrix Gtx 1070 GpuCorsair MP-500 nvme/120gb SSD (C;-PrimaryBoot)Samsung 860 Evo 2.5" SSD 250gb (E;-drive secondary)5Most Amazing Improvement In DecadesAmazing technology. I've been building computers since DOS. Memory, CPUs, and busses all got faster, but the clunky, mechanical hard drives stayed pretty much the same. Now that's all changed. Plug one of these into your PCIe M.2 slot, and you'll like computers again. I was so impressed I upgraded motherboards, CPUs and RAM in two computers, and built a third, just so I could use this technology. Instead of 2-3 minutes to boot, it's now ~ 30 seconds from power on to desktop. My new motherboard even has a fast boot option that's so fast you don't even have time to enter bios. You'd have to clear CMOS to get in once you select fast boot. (I can live with 30 second boot times). If you already have a board with an empty PCIe M.2 slot, and your bios allows booting from PCIe, this is a no brainer upgrade. If your motherboard doesn't have an M.2 slot but will boot from PCIe, there are adapter boards for M.2 to PCIe. If your board doesn't have an M.2 slot, and won't boot to PCIe, it's time to change boards and whatever else you have to upgrade, just so you can use this. You won't be sorry. It's the most amazing upgrade in decades, IMHO. Check the size of your C drive now, and make sure you get one that's big enough.5Incredibly Fast M.2 DriveI really love this drive. Computer boots up super fast in about 11 seconds from a cold start. The entire system is fully loaded when you get past the login screen. It is much smaller than you think it is. I stuck this in an Asrock Z270 Extreme 4, and it is pretty tiny where it is sitting at the bottom of the board. Whenever I point it out to people where the hard drive is on my motherboard, they are always surprised, almost as if they don't believe it. Super small, super fast. After installing Windows 10 on this, I had 84 GB left. The drive came in at 111 GB. I knew what I was getting. This drive has been a great staple to my new computer build. It has been fun to have such a fast and responsive computer. Thank you, Corsair.5Very fast, runs a little hotVery fast in my X370 Ryzen 1800X system. My motherboard has two M.2 mounts, but only 1 will run this at max speeds (Ultra).For sequential reads/writes it's amazingly fast... for 16k block size, 2GB/s write, 7.2GB/s reads!!phantom@phantom-desktop ~ $ dd if=/dev/zero of=output.dat bs=16k count=60k61440+0 records in61440+0 records out1006632960 bytes (1.0 GB, 960 MiB) copied, 0.500716 s, 2.0 GB/sphantom@phantom-desktop ~ $ dd if=output.dat of=/dev/null bs=16k count=60k61440+0 records in61440+0 records out1006632960 bytes (1.0 GB, 960 MiB) copied, 0.138911 s, 7.2 GB/sAt idle however, I measure 44c temps with a laser temp probe, but only at 1 small spot on the drive. With decent case cooling/fans, this shouldn't be a problem. As always, perform frequent backups. All manufacturers have had SSD drives that have failed suddenly months or years down the road.5Works great in my ASUS ROG G752Works great in my ASUS ROG G752! Took some real configuring and research to get it working, but once I did it is incredibly speedy! For those that may not know, the only way to get Windows installed on this drive on a G752 is to clone a Windows installation from an existing hard drive, then flag the Corsair drive as the boot device.Personally I chose this path:1-Formatted my stock 1TB HDD with a fresh install of Windows 102-Updated that install as far as it could go(the Creators Update)3-Inserted this SSD into PORT14-Used EASEUS HOME to clone my Windows partition to the drive(took about 8 minutes to do so)5-Went into the BIOS and flagged the Corsair SSD as the only boot device by deleting the HDD6-Once in Windows I formatted the HDD and made it a scratch discHopefully that will help someone out!5ExcellentIt came to Ukraine in two weeks, by Nova Poshta. The speed of work is close to the claimed (2900/2000). Staged as a system disk. After 840 pro wow effect was not, but the gain is noticeable. Starts faster, works faster. Better than this, only 960 pro, but for the price - the MP500 is just beyond the competition. The fixing bolt in the kit is not, but it goes in the components to the motherboard. Thanks.5An NVME SSD that's fast, reliable and budget friendly. There are a lot of NVME SSD's on the market but every experienced PC builder knows that they're not all created equal. After much research on the current crop, I settled on two Corsair 1 TB (960) MP510 NVME SSDs. I find them to be everything Corsair has stated them to be, Pro Quality. I shoot and edit HD, 4k and high resolution videos and photos all done on various high end equipment. These drives are consistently fast on throughput during the copy, editing, and rendering process. They do not drop to slow speeds when their cache is full like most of todays NVME SSD drives. Yes, there are a handful of faster drives on the market but you'll pay alot more for them, especially at 1 TB capacities. These are the best bang for your buck IMHO. PC Build: Ryzen 3700x, Radeon 5700, Corsair Trident Z 3200 32GB Ram, 2 Corsair MP510 NVME SSD's, Asrock Steel Legend X570 Mobo. Thermatake 700 watt PSU. 5MP510 960gb - worth every penny! This nvme is wonderful! When paired with a true pci-e 3.0x4 slot - it runs every bit as well as the top end Samsung drives in real world scenarios. The key is real world scenarios . If you look for professional reviews on these types of drives, Samsung is always at the top... but the benchmarks they use typically aren t realistic in day to day normal use. The reality is simple... this drive for under $130 (I paid $121 for mine ships & sold by amazon) or Samsung equivalent (970 evo plus) for close to $230. Absolutely NOT worth the premium for Samsung. This drive uses Toshiba memory chips along with a Phison e12 controller. That combo has shown to be rock solid reliable AND put out wonderful performance (other brands use the same combo - google it to get the list and specific reviews). Corsair s software isn t as flashy as Samsung, but still completely usable and simple enough for any novice user. It tracks the drive temperature, assists with secure erase / drive optimization if needed, and also does any firmware updates for you. And if anything should fail - the drive has a 5yr warranty to boot. 5Insane speeds in a tiny package. Upgrade your life with m.2This is my first experience with an m.2 drive and it's an amazing experience. I have a sata3 ssd on my old computer and it is still plenty fast as a boot drive. This is a whole other beast, it has ssd speeds for a couple seconds and then takes off like a rocket. I finished my ryzen build, started windows ten installer, made a cup of coffee in my keurig grabbed it and sat down and it was done. The feeling was priceless. This thing is insane for intensive workloads and is tiny, the pictures don't give it justice, it's so small it just looks like a part of your motherboard. If you need a boot drive the price is right for these as long as your motherboard supports it. Do yourself a favor and don't leave that m.2 slot empty. Corsair has made a crazy product with a very reasonable price tag.5Amazing Boot DriveWith the launch of Kaby Lake, I decided it was finally time to upgrade from my old 2600k build to something shiny and new that could take advantage of the new NVMe m.2 drives as well as some newer technology that I was missing out on. My original idea was to use a Samsung EVO 960 250GB as a boot drive, but when I couldn't find one decently priced I decided to start researching literally every m.2 NVMe drive I could possibly find that came close to the EVO in price and performance. It actually proved to be a lot harder than expected since most m.2 drives were either SATA or only came in around 1500 MB/s at this price point. That was, until I stumbled across this drive.Relevant parts of my build:i7 7700kASUS ROG Strix GTX 108032 GB of Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200MHz RAMCorsair MP500 240GBASUS ROG Maximus IX CodeWindows 10 HomeCurrent boot time is ~6 seconds and performance info is included in the attached image. The only negative I have currently found is that the drive itself does run a little on the warm side at roughly 67 C. This could be related to the armor on the Maximus IX Code restricting airflow a bit and it could just be the drive's normal operating temp. This is something I haven't actually tested out.5Working, BUT do this before installing fresh windows So i have a gigabyte mobo, a cheap one, so i had an issues where windows would not install on this drive, and would not let me format the drive either. So i did the following :Went into BIOS disabled SATA and disconnected all Sata connections from the PCRe ran windows installation, now its being detected, formatted and installed.Re-enabled Sata in BIOS, re-connected disksWorking with no issues.Loving the drive, i have no complaints, if i had more x4 lanes i would buy it again and again.Bought this for OS and Gaming, so far not disappointing. 5Great while it lastedI decided to buy this over the Samsung due to cost. It was only for my OS and the difference between speed and cost sold me.Bought it January of 2017 and it died just shy of the 2 year mark. Kinda sucks it only lasted 2 years but it was great while it did. Boot time was about 8-10 seconds. I forgot how much faster it was now that I m running off an ssd. I can t knock it too much. 60 bucks for 2 years of continuous use isn t bad. Great for a budget but this next build I ll probably spend the extra for a Samsung4
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Solid drive, hotter than a pistol.I've had this drive for 9 months now. Works really well, stable, and dependable. Windows 10 64 bit pc is definitely smoother running than with the data her this replaced. This puppy runs HOT though, my pc is completely liquid cooled so the air temps inside the case rarely crack the 38 degree C mark. That said, avg temp of this drive is 55 degrees, spiking to 75 under load. I actually had to reposition a case fan to direct air right at the drive to cool it down a bit. Corsair assured me that those temperatures are within the operating specs of the drive, but it still doesn't make me feel good. Other than the temps this drive is awesome, not a single problem with it. If it included an aluminium heat spreader to help dissipate the heat it'd get 5 stars.42251Mb Reads & 872Mb Write =)I bought the 120gb as primary ssd/boot drive, and to run my OS and primary software, its much faster than 2.5" ssd's. On my CrystalDiskMark benchmarks Im getting 2251.3Mb Read & 872.3Mg Write Speeds which is fast and much better than the read speeds i was getting with my 2.5" SSD. Games Load very fast as well as programs in my opinion. Strangely, IDK if its because my overall PC-specs but these speeds were very similar to my previous Samsung 850 Evo Nvme M.2. Kind of expected the Mp-500 to perform a little slower. PC-SPECSi7-7700K 4.8GhzStrix Z270F motherboardStrix Gtx 1070 GpuCorsair MP-500 nvme/120gb SSD (C;-PrimaryBoot)Samsung 860 Evo 2.5" SSD 250gb (E;-drive secondary)5Most Amazing Improvement In DecadesAmazing technology. I've been building computers since DOS. Memory, CPUs, and busses all got faster, but the clunky, mechanical hard drives stayed pretty much the same. Now that's all changed. Plug one of these into your PCIe M.2 slot, and you'll like computers again. I was so impressed I upgraded motherboards, CPUs and RAM in two computers, and built a third, just so I could use this technology. Instead of 2-3 minutes to boot, it's now ~ 30 seconds from power on to desktop. My new motherboard even has a fast boot option that's so fast you don't even have time to enter bios. You'd have to clear CMOS to get in once you select fast boot. (I can live with 30 second boot times). If you already have a board with an empty PCIe M.2 slot, and your bios allows booting from PCIe, this is a no brainer upgrade. If your motherboard doesn't have an M.2 slot but will boot from PCIe, there are adapter boards for M.2 to PCIe. If your board doesn't have an M.2 slot, and won't boot to PCIe, it's time to change boards and whatever else you have to upgrade, just so you can use this. You won't be sorry. It's the most amazing upgrade in decades, IMHO. Check the size of your C drive now, and make sure you get one that's big enough.5Incredibly Fast M.2 DriveI really love this drive. Computer boots up super fast in about 11 seconds from a cold start. The entire system is fully loaded when you get past the login screen. It is much smaller than you think it is. I stuck this in an Asrock Z270 Extreme 4, and it is pretty tiny where it is sitting at the bottom of the board. Whenever I point it out to people where the hard drive is on my motherboard, they are always surprised, almost as if they don't believe it. Super small, super fast. After installing Windows 10 on this, I had 84 GB left. The drive came in at 111 GB. I knew what I was getting. This drive has been a great staple to my new computer build. It has been fun to have such a fast and responsive computer. Thank you, Corsair.5Very fast, runs a little hotVery fast in my X370 Ryzen 1800X system. My motherboard has two M.2 mounts, but only 1 will run this at max speeds (Ultra).For sequential reads/writes it's amazingly fast... for 16k block size, 2GB/s write, 7.2GB/s reads!!phantom@phantom-desktop ~ $ dd if=/dev/zero of=output.dat bs=16k count=60k61440+0 records in61440+0 records out1006632960 bytes (1.0 GB, 960 MiB) copied, 0.500716 s, 2.0 GB/sphantom@phantom-desktop ~ $ dd if=output.dat of=/dev/null bs=16k count=60k61440+0 records in61440+0 records out1006632960 bytes (1.0 GB, 960 MiB) copied, 0.138911 s, 7.2 GB/sAt idle however, I measure 44c temps with a laser temp probe, but only at 1 small spot on the drive. With decent case cooling/fans, this shouldn't be a problem. As always, perform frequent backups. All manufacturers have had SSD drives that have failed suddenly months or years down the road.5Works great in my ASUS ROG G752Works great in my ASUS ROG G752! Took some real configuring and research to get it working, but once I did it is incredibly speedy! For those that may not know, the only way to get Windows installed on this drive on a G752 is to clone a Windows installation from an existing hard drive, then flag the Corsair drive as the boot device.Personally I chose this path:1-Formatted my stock 1TB HDD with a fresh install of Windows 102-Updated that install as far as it could go(the Creators Update)3-Inserted this SSD into PORT14-Used EASEUS HOME to clone my Windows partition to the drive(took about 8 minutes to do so)5-Went into the BIOS and flagged the Corsair SSD as the only boot device by deleting the HDD6-Once in Windows I formatted the HDD and made it a scratch discHopefully that will help someone out!5ExcellentIt came to Ukraine in two weeks, by Nova Poshta. The speed of work is close to the claimed (2900/2000). Staged as a system disk. After 840 pro wow effect was not, but the gain is noticeable. Starts faster, works faster. Better than this, only 960 pro, but for the price - the MP500 is just beyond the competition. The fixing bolt in the kit is not, but it goes in the components to the motherboard. Thanks.5An NVME SSD that's fast, reliable and budget friendly. There are a lot of NVME SSD's on the market but every experienced PC builder knows that they're not all created equal. After much research on the current crop, I settled on two Corsair 1 TB (960) MP510 NVME SSDs. I find them to be everything Corsair has stated them to be, Pro Quality. I shoot and edit HD, 4k and high resolution videos and photos all done on various high end equipment. These drives are consistently fast on throughput during the copy, editing, and rendering process. They do not drop to slow speeds when their cache is full like most of todays NVME SSD drives. Yes, there are a handful of faster drives on the market but you'll pay alot more for them, especially at 1 TB capacities. These are the best bang for your buck IMHO. PC Build: Ryzen 3700x, Radeon 5700, Corsair Trident Z 3200 32GB Ram, 2 Corsair MP510 NVME SSD's, Asrock Steel Legend X570 Mobo. Thermatake 700 watt PSU. 5MP510 960gb - worth every penny! This nvme is wonderful! When paired with a true pci-e 3.0x4 slot - it runs every bit as well as the top end Samsung drives in real world scenarios. The key is real world scenarios . If you look for professional reviews on these types of drives, Samsung is always at the top... but the benchmarks they use typically aren t realistic in day to day normal use. The reality is simple... this drive for under $130 (I paid $121 for mine ships & sold by amazon) or Samsung equivalent (970 evo plus) for close to $230. Absolutely NOT worth the premium for Samsung. This drive uses Toshiba memory chips along with a Phison e12 controller. That combo has shown to be rock solid reliable AND put out wonderful performance (other brands use the same combo - google it to get the list and specific reviews). Corsair s software isn t as flashy as Samsung, but still completely usable and simple enough for any novice user. It tracks the drive temperature, assists with secure erase / drive optimization if needed, and also does any firmware updates for you. And if anything should fail - the drive has a 5yr warranty to boot. 5Insane speeds in a tiny package. Upgrade your life with m.2This is my first experience with an m.2 drive and it's an amazing experience. I have a sata3 ssd on my old computer and it is still plenty fast as a boot drive. This is a whole other beast, it has ssd speeds for a couple seconds and then takes off like a rocket. I finished my ryzen build, started windows ten installer, made a cup of coffee in my keurig grabbed it and sat down and it was done. The feeling was priceless. This thing is insane for intensive workloads and is tiny, the pictures don't give it justice, it's so small it just looks like a part of your motherboard. If you need a boot drive the price is right for these as long as your motherboard supports it. Do yourself a favor and don't leave that m.2 slot empty. Corsair has made a crazy product with a very reasonable price tag.5Amazing Boot DriveWith the launch of Kaby Lake, I decided it was finally time to upgrade from my old 2600k build to something shiny and new that could take advantage of the new NVMe m.2 drives as well as some newer technology that I was missing out on. My original idea was to use a Samsung EVO 960 250GB as a boot drive, but when I couldn't find one decently priced I decided to start researching literally every m.2 NVMe drive I could possibly find that came close to the EVO in price and performance. It actually proved to be a lot harder than expected since most m.2 drives were either SATA or only came in around 1500 MB/s at this price point. That was, until I stumbled across this drive.Relevant parts of my build:i7 7700kASUS ROG Strix GTX 108032 GB of Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200MHz RAMCorsair MP500 240GBASUS ROG Maximus IX CodeWindows 10 HomeCurrent boot time is ~6 seconds and performance info is included in the attached image. The only negative I have currently found is that the drive itself does run a little on the warm side at roughly 67 C. This could be related to the armor on the Maximus IX Code restricting airflow a bit and it could just be the drive's normal operating temp. This is something I haven't actually tested out.5Working, BUT do this before installing fresh windows So i have a gigabyte mobo, a cheap one, so i had an issues where windows would not install on this drive, and would not let me format the drive either. So i did the following :Went into BIOS disabled SATA and disconnected all Sata connections from the PCRe ran windows installation, now its being detected, formatted and installed.Re-enabled Sata in BIOS, re-connected disksWorking with no issues.Loving the drive, i have no complaints, if i had more x4 lanes i would buy it again and again.Bought this for OS and Gaming, so far not disappointing. 5Great while it lastedI decided to buy this over the Samsung due to cost. It was only for my OS and the difference between speed and cost sold me.Bought it January of 2017 and it died just shy of the 2 year mark. Kinda sucks it only lasted 2 years but it was great while it did. Boot time was about 8-10 seconds. I forgot how much faster it was now that I m running off an ssd. I can t knock it too much. 60 bucks for 2 years of continuous use isn t bad. Great for a budget but this next build I ll probably spend the extra for a Samsung4
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