Review: Team Group MP33 NVMe 512 GB SSD

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    On the 30th of September, Team Group announced its MP33 NVme SSD, boasting features like PCIe Gen3 x4 high-speed interface. We had the opportunity to test the 512 GB model. The MP33 is an SSD with a s...

    Review: Team Group MP33 NVMe 512 GB SSD
     
  2. fry178

    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    Sorry, but for the same price i can get s nvme (phison E12 controller) doing 3000/2000 MBs for R/W,
    340K iops and 780 TBW, almost doubling the numbers vs the TG MP33,

    the only advantage would be the 5y warranty.
     
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    alanm Ancient Guru

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    About same what I get with an addlink S70, same price
     
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    You are wrong, from what i see the 128GB model is the best option in the market today with 1000TBW. Buy while it lasts. ;)
     

  5. I've used some team group ram a few times recently with good results, so i may try one of their ssd's as well. Thanks for the review as always.
     
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    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    • 128 GB: up to 1,500 MB / s in reading and up to 500 MB/s in sequential writing. Up to 90 K random read IOPS and 100 K IOPS in random write. The maximum life of your NAND Flash memory cells is 1000 TBW.
    • 256 GB : up to 1,600 MB/s in reading and up to 1,000 MB / s in sequential writing. Up to 160 K random read IOPS and 200 K IOPS in random write. The maximum life of your NAND Flash memory cells is 200 TBW.
    • 512 GB : up to 1,700 MB/s in reading and up to 1,400 MB / s in sequential writing. Up to 220 K random read IOPS and 200 K IOPS in random write. The duration of your NAND Flash memory cells is 400 TBW.
    • 1 TB : up to 1,800 MB/s in reading and up to 1,500 MB / s in sequential writing. Up to 220 K IOPS in reading and 200 K IOPS in random writing. Its duration is estimated at around 600 TBW
    • 2 TB : up to 1,800 MB/s in reading and up to 1,500 MB / s in sequential writing. Up to 220 K IOPS in reading and 200 K IOPS in random writing. Its duration is estimated at around 1,000 TBW.
    • So, how to say, my glasses are perfectly clean.
    • Comment after reading the article, not before. I guess Hilbert should join the discussion.
     
  8. alanm

    alanm Ancient Guru

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    Pretty sure its a typo. Makes zero sense for 128gb to have 1000 TBW while the 256gb is 200 TBW. The larger the capacity, the greater the life span. Thats always been the case.
     
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    Yes, it was a typo (corrected now). On the second page it was already ok (100 TBW). Thanks for spotting that :cool:
     
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