Fast M.2 PCIe SSDs are becoming a bit more mainstream as high-speed flash memory becomes more affordable, and that commoditization leads to gems like the Corsair MP400. This SSD delivers some serious speed and capacity at relatively compelling prices. We tested the $254 (£240, AU$419) 2TB model, though there are also 1TB, 4TB and even 8TB models.
The Corsair MP400 we tested verges on the pricing of SATA SSDs. This drive is barely more expensive than the $249 (£189, AU$279) 2TB Samsung 870 QVO SSD, but it doesn’t have the speed limit of the SATA interface.
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