At its CES 2023 stand, MSI demonstrated its next-generation Spatium M570 Gen5 solid-state drives (SSDs) and the most recent white-colored graphics cards.

MSI Offers a First Glance at Its Spatium M570 PCIe Gen5 Solid State Drives, Capable Of Powering Desktops And Laptops With Transfer Speeds Of Up To 12 GB/s

MSI is complicated at work developing not just one but two next-generation Spatium solid-state drives, both of which will be based on the Phison E26 controller. These drives will be part of the Saptium M570 series. The family is available in two distinct flavors, the first of which is the average Spatium M570 model, and the second is the PRO variety. Not just in terms of performance but also in terms of how cool the two drives couldn’t be more different from one another.

When we begin with the MSI Spatium M570 PCIe Gen5 NVMe SSD, we are looking at read and write speeds of up to 10 GB/s, endurance ratings of up to 3000 TBW, and all of the necessary software utilities provided through the MSI Center software suite. This SSD line-up will be available in 1 TB, 2 TB, and 4 TB storage capacities. The heatsink used by the SSD is quite similar to the ones that the PCIe Gen4 Spatium used drives that we have already seen.

With read and write speeds of up to 12 GB/s and 10 GB/s, respectively, the MSI Spatium M570 PRO takes performance to a whole new level. The drives will similarly be available in three capacities, but the increased performance is due to a redesigned finned heatsink with a flattened vapor chamber plate. The purposes will also be sold individually.

The design is also significantly more luxurious, including a geometric shroud that uses sophisticated red-gold chameleon paint. The first part of 2023 is when MSI anticipates shipping its first PCIe Gen5 NVMe SSDs to customers. In addition to that, they demonstrated many different demos of the Spatium Gen5 drives operating on desktop and laptop computers.

MSI has also demonstrated its very first white-colored Gaming X Trio graphics card. This card has an all-white color scheme, including the shroud, backplate, and fans. The printed circuit board (PCB) should keep its black color, although these cards are most likely to be included in the GeForce RTX 40 series family. Again, there is no news on the cost of these cards; however, you may anticipate receiving further information very soon.

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