MSI Spatium M480: the official prices of high-performance PCIe 4.0 coming soon in Italy

MSI Spatium M480: the official prices of high-performance PCIe 4.0 coming soon in Italy

MSI Spatium M480

The fever of high-performance gaming SSDs has also infected MSI which in recent months has offered us two lines of PCIe 4.0 SSDs, led by the MSI Spatium M480 series that will be available soon in Italy with prices starting from 199.99 euros, aiming for on high performance to attract attention. In fact, we are talking about 7000 MB / s in sequential reading and a maximum of 6800 MB / s in sequential writing for the 2 TB model, such as the 1 TB model available with and without integrated heatsink.

MSI units SPATIUM M480, as anticipated in the final straight in Italy, offer high speeds both in reading and writing, even with large files thanks to the classic combination of DRAM buffer and SLC cache. There is also no shortage of LPDC ECC error correction, E2E Data Protection, 700TB lifetime for the 1GB drive and 5-year limited warranty. In addition, the version with a bronze-colored aluminum heatsink promises temperatures of around 20 degrees Celsius, under load.

MSI Spatium M480 data sheet:

Memory type: Micron 96L TLC Interface: PCIe 4.0 x4 / NVMe 1.4 Controller: Phison PS5018-E18 Cache: DDR4 + SLC Sequential read: 7000 MBps ( 1 TB), 7000 MBps (2 TB) Sequential Write: 5500 MBps (1 TB), 6800 MBps (2 TB) Random Read: 350,000 IOPS (1 TB), 650,000 IOPS (2 TB) Random Write: 700,000 IOPS (1 TB) ), 700,000 IOPS (2 TB) Encryption: AES 256-bit Longevity: 700 TB (1 TB), 1400 TB (2 TB) Warranty: 5 years Recommended prices without heatsink: 1 TB 199.99 euros, 2 TB 399.99 euros Recommended prices with heatsink: 1 TB 239.99 euros, 2 TB 449.99 euros

MSI Spatium M480 series includes options with a thick and striking bronze heatsink Have you noticed any errors?

MSI SPATIUM M480 1TB Solid State Drive, M.2-2280, PCIe Gen4 x4 NVMe *Open Box*

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