Corsair's latest SSD, the MP510, is one of the fastest storage drives in the company and one of the fastest storage drives among any other manufacturer. This internal M.2 drive can potentially be tempted by capacities from 240 GB to almost 2 TB.
The MP510 provides a sequential read speed of 3,448MBps and a write speed of 3,000MBps via the NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4M. 2 interface is a form factor that is about the size of a large chunk of gum. In the context, Samsung's famous competitor, the 970 Evo, can handle 3,400MBps write speed and 2,500MBps write speed per second, which is advantageous in the theoretical aspect of piracy.
Whether you can actually feel the specs benefits of pirates in everyday use is a completely different matter. The leap from mechanical drives to solid state has made a huge leap in performance, and the recent shift from SATA to M.2 has brought more benefits. By comparison, the differences between the other M.2 drives may be different depending on usage, but are increasing gradually.
A more significant difference can eventually be one of the costs. Corsair's latest drives can start at $ 69.99 for 240GB models and up to $ 474.99 for 1920GB models. This is compared to $ 99.99 for the Samsung 970 Evo 250GB model and $ 577.99 for the 1920GB. The MP510 drive is available now.