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Which Heatsink for MP600 ?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I got the Corsair MP600 for my new Ryzen build ..

Need an advise : Should I remove the heatsink and rely on Motherboard's heatsink (Asus Croshair VIII Formula) ? Or remove Motherboard M.2 cover and rely on supplied heatsink ?


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I would just use the motherboard heatsink, I was looking at a similar drive and most people are getting perfect performance just using the x570 motherboard heatsinks.


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Wow, just noticed how much difference there is in the prices between the 510 and 600... that's a fair chunk of change, almost double the price for the 500GB models. Just noticed too, that the write speed of the 600 has  a massive difference between the 500 and 2TB versions, 2,500 and 4,250 respectively.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 hours ago, Lurick said:

I would just use the motherboard heatsink, I was looking at a similar drive and most people are getting perfect performance just using the x570 motherboard heatsinks.

Thanks .. I was leaning towards this option as it looks much better. But was worried a bit about temps 


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9 hours ago, paddy-stone said:

Wow, just noticed how much difference there is in the prices between the 510 and 600... that's a fair chunk of change, almost double the price for the 500GB models. Just noticed too, that the write speed of the 600 has  a massive difference between the 500 and 2TB versions, 2,500 and 4,250 respectively.

Those are more than likely peak sustained sequential QD32 write speeds, which are the one advertised to consumers. 

The average joe won't notice the difference between those speeds obviously, and IMO (well not my opinion, Aegis's really, I just agree with him) putting 2 E12 drives in RAID is better than getting a single E16 drive. 

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10 hours ago, hello_there_123 said:

Those are more than likely peak sustained sequential QD32 write speeds, which are the one advertised to consumers. 

The average joe won't notice the difference between those speeds obviously, and IMO (well not my opinion, Aegis's really, I just agree with him) putting 2 E12 drives in RAID is better than getting a single E16 drive. 

Yes. I totally agree with you... especially from a cost perspective, but also from the performance and capacity perspectives.

 


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