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  • Space Heater
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    Corsair provides no Linux support for SSD firmware upgrades. I think this should be made clear on a site like Phoronix, as others like Samsung, Intel, and Crucial provide ISOs for OS-independent firmware upgrades.

    For me, this means I won't support Corsair until they support my use of their product.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by OMTDesign View Post
    I wonder what caused the improvement in drive temperatures between the MP500 and MP510. Did you use a heat sink on one of the drives, and not the other? Or is it because Corsair used a more efficient controller and NAND flash on this newer drive?
    All the drives were tested without any extra heatsinks/coolers.

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  • OMTDesign
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    I wonder what caused the improvement in drive temperatures between the MP500 and MP510. Did you use a heat sink on one of the drives, and not the other, maybe they improved that "heatsink" label. Or is it because Corsair used a more efficient controller and NAND flash on this newer drive?
    Last edited by OMTDesign; 24 October 2018, 05:08 PM. Reason: Remembered the labels on these drives also function as heat sinks/radiators.

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  • wizard69
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    Thanks for the heads up. I’m looking for an SSD for my laptop, these prices are really good.

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  • Corsair Force MP510 240GB NVMe SSD Ubuntu Linux Benchmarks

    Phoronix: Corsair Force MP510 240GB NVMe SSD Ubuntu Linux Benchmarks

    Last week Corsair announced the Force Series MP510 M.2 PCIe NVMe solid-state drives as the company's fastest SSDs to date. While being Corsair's latest and fastest NVMe SSDs, the pricing is competitive with the 240GB model starting out at $70 USD, 480GB for $130 USD, $239 for 960GB, or $475 for a 1920GB version.

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