MSI showcases their SPATIUM M570 PRO Flagship Level PCIe 5.0 SSD

MSI's latest SSD deliver top-tier performance

MSI showcases their SPATIUM M570 PRO Flagship Level PCIe 5.0 SSD

MSI pushes the limits of PCIe 5.0 with their 14 GB/s SPATIUM M570 PRO SSD

Ahead of Computex 2023, MSI has revealed their new SPATIUM M570 PRO SSD, a solid state drive that can deliver peak read speeds of 14 GB/s, placing this drive ahead of all currently available PCIe 5.0 drives. 

MSI has created their new SPATIUM M570 PRO SSD in collaboration with Phison, utilising their E26 PCIe 5.0 SSD controller alongside "state of the art" 3D NAND to push the limits of PCIe 5.0 storage. Ultra-fast PCIe 5.0 SSDs require the fastest NAND and the fastest of SSD controllers, and with their SPATIUM M570 PRO, MSI has delivered both.

Below is what MSI had to say about their SPATIUM M570 PRO SSD in a recent press release.

      MSI, the world's leading gaming PC hardware brand, is proud to announce the new SPATIUM M570 PRO Series, featuring the revolutionary PHISON E26 PCIe Gen 5 SSD controller and state-of-the-art 3D NAND flash. Designed to push the limits of storage performance, the SPATIUM M570 PRO Series SSD delivers an astonishing top read speed of 14 GB/s, breaking the world record and setting new industry standards.

The strong collaboration and cooperation between MSI and PHISON have made this record possible as both companies share in the excitement of pushing the envelope. "K.S.Pua, CEO of Phison Electronics, said that the cooperation between Phison and MSI started from the SSD product line. Since both companies have their own expertise in NAND controller and computer system integration respectively, and in addition to SSD, MSI has also actively expanded its strategy in the fields of gaming, content creators, commercial, industrial, robotics, and even automotive in recent years, where the application markets are in line with Phison's long-term strategy, so the two companies hit it off. The SPATIUM M570 Pro Series SSD announced by MSI this time adopted Phison's E26 SSD controller. Since the performance of PCIe 5.0 is much faster than the previous generation of PCIe 4.0, the two companies have conducted a lot of tests and discussions on power consumption and heat dissipation, which is a valuable cooperation experience. In the future, Phison will continue to support MSI through controller technology."

With the same "gamers first" attitude that made MSI products great, MSI continues redefining the boundaries of storage capabilities with unprecedented performance for the MSI SPATIUM M570 PRO Series SSD. Using the Lightning Gen 5 M.2 slot on the MSI MPG X670E CARBON WIFI motherboard, the performance is exceptional for the MSI SPATIUM M570 PRO Series SSD, powered by PHISON's PS5026-E26 controller. Our testing shows that the SPATIUM M570 PRO Series SSD can reach over 14 GB/s sequential read speeds and up to 12 GB/s write speeds, demonstrating that MSI continues to be a top provider of ultimate performance products, and allowing gamers to gain valuable milliseconds on latency or professionals to process ever bigger files even faster.

MSI showcases their SPATIUM M570 PRO Flagship Level PCIe 5.0 SSD

The SSD market is now truly entering the PCIe 5.0 era, with CPU and motherboards with PCIe 5.0 support becoming a lot easier to purchase and ultra-fast 3D NAND SSD controllers becoming more readily available. We expect to see a lot of new SSDs at Computex 2023, and right now, MSI believes that their SPATIUM M570 PRO is one of the fastest. 

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MSI showcases their SPATIUM M570 PRO Flagship Level PCIe 5.0 SSD

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