2020 PCIE 4 NVMe SSD Roundup – Corsair MP600 Gigabyte Aorus Sabrent Rocket FireCuda 520 Viper VP4100

2020 PCIE 4 NVMe SSD Roundup – Corsair MP600 Gigabyte Aorus Sabrent Rocket FireCuda 520 Viper VP4100

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With the incredible bandwidth available on the PCI Express 4.0 specification we felt it was time to look at a few drives and see how the Corsair MP6

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With the incredible bandwidth available on the PCI Express 4.0 specification we felt it was time to look at a few drives and see how the Corsair MP600 Gigabyte Aorus Sabrent Rocket Seagate FireCuda 520 and Patriot Viper VP4100 performed

Corsair MP600 1TB is £190 from Scan:

Gigabyte Aorus Gen4 2TB is £372 from Scan:

Sabrent Rocket 2TB With Heatsink is £370 from Amazon :

Seagate FireCuda 520 1TB is £210 from Scan:

Patriot Viper VP4100 2TB is £404 from Ebuyer:

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    It's a stick of memory I will never look at…. I don't know why you care about the looks, how often is someone who doesn't run a youtube channel looking inside a PC.

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    @OC3D TV I would really appreciate it if you would also add the Kingpin RTX 2080 TI overclocked to your benchmarks, I bet it would be a nice contender!

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    I ordered the firecuda and want to know If I need to remove the sticker before putting on the heat sink, or it doesn't matter? crosshair viii hero

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    For my new X570 build, I just winged it and bought the Sabrent, thank god it wasnt sh*te. Great review as always!

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    love your vids 🙂

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    I used to watch your videos a few years ago when built my last PC, back building a PC again and came here again and was glad to see you still at it. After what happened wanted to show support for your work! Keep it up, us OGs rely on reliable uk based reviewers who keep it real, you are No1 in my book.

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    NVMe heatsinks are all dubious, imo. I'm running the Sabrent PCIe4 2TB, and I've seen better results WITHOUT heatsink — max temp in hwinfo says 43C.. Both that and my Samsung EVO 512gb (pci3) saw higher temps with heat sinks attached, but ymmv obviously. I think the included heat pads were just garbage.
    additionally drive benchmarks produce totally unrealistic temps — writing 600GB to your drive should be a 1-time event, if you're doing it multiple times a day then NAND is not for you, regardless of temps.

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    I am sticking with Zen+ and PCie 3 until gen 2 and PCIe 4 matures past the heat issues. When they put a fan on the southbridge and require heat sinks drives red flags are waving. Mobo fans always fail early and fry it. I run dual NVMe M.2 in RAID with optional mobo heat sinks for same speed boost. RAM calculator and all core OC to make 10% gain upgrade unjustifiable. Another advantage to wait, new Ryzen 5 2600X $79.00 and premium feature Aorus B450 pro $100.00. Far better value(and far better GPU).

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    Would the reduction of the Phison controller down to 14, 12 or even 7 nm reduce the heat output of the nvme drives? So to with fabricating memory chips in smaller nodes?

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    Your GPU is sagging. Why don't you install the Lian Li GPU bracket…

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    i'm getting the 3900x but just gonna stick with 3.0 nvme's think the 4.0's will get faster and 5gbps is only the tip of the iceberg

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    It's tiny dick logan

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    I have 3 GTX 980 Ti. I am going to get a fourth. Do you have a socket 1150 DDR3 4 way SLI motherboard for sale? I want to see how high I can get on the synthetics.

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    I've got the aorus one, also got nice RGB plate cover.
    BTW your GPU is saging, fix it.

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    do NOT waste your money on a fast SSD…
    UNLESS you are sure you can utilize it. Don't go by generic benchmarks. If it's for GAMES or other application loading then go for simply GB per Dollar as it makes very little difference to get a faster SSD. Seriously. There ARE use cases for a fast SSD such as certain video editing situations but in general a fast SSD is a waste of money.

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    Went with a Firecuda 520 and a Barracuda 2.5 ssd… never used Seagate before.

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    is the 500gb firecuda 520 series have the same performance as the 1Tb version???

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    I have a pcie 4 and a pcie 3 drive and you cant tell the difference without looking at the numbers in a benchmark

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    I been watching this for 8 minutes, and I still don't know what you are getting at? Buy these drives? Like the way they look? what are you saying bro? Show some benchmarks? WTF are you doing?

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    hmm maybe i should return my 970 pro 1tb and get one of these for future proofing ? my mobo doesnt support 4.0

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    Welcome back Tom good to see you another great video I'm looking at upgrading from a 1366 system for editing 4k video looking at the Corsair 1000d case to house all the hardware not sure whether to go Intel or AMD any recommendations please

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    Tom has got to be my favorite reviewer of all pc enthusiasts. He is very thoroughly. I've been watching your channel since 2011 and continue till this day. You deserve millions of subscribers and anyone who stops by and read this; please tune into his videos. 🙂

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    keeping busy is how some people deal with it, there is no particular way of dealing with it. just remember you are not alone.

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    Hi Mate, Hope your doing a little better

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    Aren't all of them using the same phison controller? The controller is really the only part that needs cooling.

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    The need for speed 🙂

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    Thanks Tom. I've been running 2 of the Corsair MP600 in Raid 0 on Asus Crosshair Hero mb with ryzen 3900 since mid-october. No problems so far. Lots of OS issues (Win 10) but I don't think they are related to the drives.

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    How have you still got so little subs….. lol

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    thanks for sharing, hope youre doing ok.

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    First generation of PCIE 4 NVME SSD are not quite enthusiastic maybe second generation will make us dream but probably with a quite heavy price…

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    Just bought a MP600 awesome drive insane performance !

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    Ooooooh so that's why they call it the FireCuda

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    I use the Patriot one as a daily driver, it`s underutilized for shure in my build, but everything just runs incredibly fast. Got the Gen3 x4 as a buffer for video editing – so much saved time while rendering.

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    The onboard NVME controller is what really needs a heatsink, maybe to a lesser extent, the DRAM as well. The NAND itself works best somewhat warm, so these all having NAND on the underside of the drive will not negatively affect the performance or longevity of the drives, in fact, it will more likely improve those factors.

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    Lmao at your brand loyalty to aorus and corsair as i have both because of that reason in my pc

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    Cant help but stare at that bent gpu fin

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    2x Adata sx8200pro 1TB is faster and has the "same" prize as one 1TB pci-e 4.0 ssd. 4.0 ssd's is just overprized and sux in 4k random read @QD=1 performance compared to Adata sx8200pro 1TB 🙂
    I'm waiting for Adata XPG Sage.7 GB/s reads, 6.1GB/s writes, and 1M IOPS for random IO. Perfect for "scratch" ssd. Optane 900p looks to be THE OS ssd for a looong time.

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    I love my Sabrent Rocket 4.0. It was either that or the Samsung 970 Evo+ for 1tb. I got my Rocket for $140 as the Samsung was still $200. Especially with my X570 Asus E-Gaming board. Why not take advantage of the performance for less. Well worth it!

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    Did anyone else get the advert with the intel Z270 chipset being advertised lol?

    I had to double check the date 🙂

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    Head from art attack lol
    Love you mate

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    Nice job on the video. I would like to see a Speed test between – a raid 0 of pcie 3 x 4 vs a single PCIE 4 x4 drive. Can a Raid 0 of PCIE 3 x4 will be better on pcie 4 then a single pcie 4 x 4 drive.

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    The ADATA SSD kills obliterates these

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    The problem is, for gaming you gain nothing Vs SSD Sata. The game is a huge bottleneck.
    Linus made a good video about that.

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    Thank you for another awesome video Tome

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    Throughout the years, we went from "please focus, god will you ever focus?!" and "why are those reds orange, they aren't orange in real life trust me, they are good bright red" to you not caring about the background colour to the extent that you leave the leaf leds on cycle 😀 How the technology has helped us all huh 😛

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