We are just getting used to PCIe Gen 4 SSDs and now PCIe Gen 5 have been trickling out onto the market. For that Crucial has changed up their usual naming which was all focused around their P lineup with the P5 Plus being their highest-end drive. For the new drive, however, they have changed things up to T700 to indicate the new Gen 5 drive. With the specs highlighting rear speeds of up to 12,400 MB/s and write speeds of 11,800 MB/s we are in for another huge performance increase over what we saw with PCIe Gen 4 and especially Gen 3. So today I’m going to dive in and check out the Crucial T700 Pro with and without its heatsink to see what is behind the curtain and then check out their performance including comparing what the cooling can do for you. So let’s dive in!

Product Name: Crucial T700 PCIe Gen5 NVMe M.2 SSD 2TB

Review Sample Provided by: Crucial

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Capacities

1TB, 2TB, and 4TB

Read Speed

Up to 12,400 MB/s

Write Speed

Up to 11,800 MB/s

Interface

PCIe Gen 5.0 x4, NVMe 2.0

Controller

Phison® PS5026-E26 Controller

NAND

Micron 232-layer TLC NAND

RAM

Micron LPDDR4 DRAM, 1GB per 1TB of NAND flash

Form Factor

M.2 (2280)

Dimensions

Heatsink Model

20.5 mm thick

80 mm long

23 mm wide

SSD Endurance (TBW)

1TB 600TB

2TB 1200TB

4TB 2400TB

DirectStorage Compatible

Yes

Adaptive thermal protection

Thermal throttling starts at 81˚C

Thermal shutdown at 90˚C

Heatsink

Heatsink and non-Heatsink options

Warranty

5-year limited warranty

 

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