Corsair recently reported that its products, including DDR5 and cooling systems, are fully compatible with the new Socket AM5 platform, which is ready to release the AMD Ryzen 7000 processors.
The Torsair MP7000 PCIe 5.0 hardware is expected to be launched simultaneously with the Ryzen 7,000 processors and the new AMD 600-series motherboards.
On its official website, Corsair published preliminary data on the MP700, comparing the new SSD with the MP510 series of PCIe 3.0 and MP600 Pro XT of the PCIe 4.0 standard. The manufacturer indicates that the news will ensure a consistent reading rate of up to 10 Gbytes/s, and the serial recording of up to 9.5 Gbyte/s, far ahead of their predecessors.
The full specifications of the SSD of the new Corsair series have not been reported, nor have they even provided an image. The cost of the new ones is not yet known either. By comparison, the NVMe storage device of the Corsair MP600 XT with the PCI 4.0 interface and the volume of 2 Tbyte is now being sold for approximately $240. The SSD of the MP7000 series with the support of the PCIe 5.0 and the same volume will probably be more expensive.