Corsair has been in the SSD game going all the way back to when it started and while the focus recently has been on PCIe Gen 4.0 drives for most companies. Corsair was early to that back when PCIe 4.0 was first available over a year ago at the X570 launch. With that in mind, they are still launching PCIe 3.0 drives as well to give new options for those who don’t have 4.0 or don’t want/need the extra speed or costs. So they introduced the MP400 this past October. It is available in 1TB, 2TB, 4TB, and 8TB options and features 3D QLC NAND. Today I’m going to check out the 1TB model which is Corsair's cheapest 1TB SSD option to test its performance and see how it fits in today's market.

Product Name: Corsair MP400 1TB

Review Sample Provided by: Corsair

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Capacities Available

1TB, 2TB, 4TB, 8TB

SSD Interface

PCIe Gen 3.0 x4

NAND Technology

3D QLC NAND

Form Factor

M.2 2280

Dimensions

80mm x 23mm x 15mm

SSD Smart Support

Yes

Encryption

AES 256-bit Encryption

SSD Max Sequential Read CDM

Up to 3,480MB/s

SSD Max Sequential Write CDM

Up to 1880MB/s

Max Random Write QD32 IOMeter

Up to 470K IOPS

Max Random Read QD32 IOMeter

Up to 190K IOPS

Power Consumption active

4.0W Average

Voltage

3.3V, +/- 5%

DEVSLP

PS4: <2mW

Storage Temperature

-40°C to +85°C

SSD Operating Temperature

0°C to +70°C

SSD Shock

1500 G

Storage Humidity

93% RH (40° C)

Operating Humidity

90% RH (40° C)

Vibration

20Hz~80Hz/1.52mm

80Hz~2000Hz/20G

Weight

0.034kg

Endurance

200TBW

TBW

200

MTBF

1,800,000 Hours

Warranty

5-Year

Package Contents

MP400 M.2 SSD

Quick Start Guide

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