Corsair Unveil MP600 PRO LPX M.2 NVMe Gen4 SSD – Optimized for PS5
Mike Sanders / 3 months ago
Corsair has announced the launch of a new M.2 Solid State Drive crafted for the PlayStation 5 – the MP600 PRO LPX. Available in capacities from 500 GB up to a colossally huge 4 TB, the MP600 PRO LPX expands your console’s storage in a specially built compact form factor that meets or exceeds all performance requirements. With blazing-fast save and load times for your entire game library, the MP600 PRO LPX delivers a massive upgrade for your storage.
Corsair MP600 PRO LPX M.2 NVMe Gen4 SSD – Optimized for PS5
The MP600 PRO LPX is specifically crafted for optimal performance in PlayStation 5, right out of the box. A specially designed low-profile aluminium heatsink ensures the MP600 PRO LPX remains cool even under the highest in-game load and fits perfectly inside the console. Installation takes minutes, does not affect your console’s warranty, and is instantly detected by your system on startup, enabling up to 4 TB of additional capacity. Loading large game files blisteringly fast – directly from the SSD – MP600 PRO LPX leaves external storage alternatives in the dust and allows you to experience your games at their uninterrupted best.
Beneath its low-profile heatsink, the MP600 PRO LPX boasts extreme storage performance with up to 7,100 MB/sec sequential read and 6,800 MB/sec sequential write speeds for phenomenal read, write, and response times. Using high-density 3D TLC NAND and Dynamic SLC NAND cache, the MP600 PRO LPX also offers superb storage endurance to last throughout your console’s lifespan and beyond, backed by a comprehensive five-year warranty.
Where Can I Learn More?
Available to buy now, Corsair has confirmed the following prices (based on capacity). You can, in addition, click on the links to be taken directly to the official product website:
- 500GB – £99.99 – Click here for more info!
- 1TB – £159.99 – Click here for more info!
- 2TB – £319.99 – Click here for more info!
- 4TB – £744.99 – Click here for more info!
What do you think? Are you in the market for an expanded storage device for your PS5? – Let us know in the comments!