Saturday, September 25th 2021

MSI Announces Spatium M390 M.2 NVMe SSD

MSI is announcing the launch of its fastest Gen 3 PCIe NVMe model to its SSD product line - SPATIUM M390 NVMe M.2. MSI continues to refine its identity as a high-performance PC brand and SPATIUM was envisioned to expand our ecosystem and cover the high-performance storage category. These SSDs are built with high-quality, high-density 3D NAND flash that deliver the best compromise of performance and endurance for professionals, content creators, and gamers.

SPATIUM M390 was developed to meet the expectations of mainstream SSD consumers. Offering its PCIe Gen 3 interface with fast speeds up to 3300 MB/sec sequential read and 3000 MB/s sequential write speeds allow users to enjoy rapid file transfers and short loading times. Available storage capacities are 500 GB, and 1 TB. M390 supports a comprehensive range of data error correction features including LPDC ECC and E2E Data Protection, providing a high rated TBW (Terabytes Written) for excellent durability and longevity backed with a limited 5-year warranty.
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9 Comments on MSI Announces Spatium M390 M.2 NVMe SSD

#1
lynx29
what decade is this. yawn. gen3 with slower speeds than a 970 evo plus...
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DeathtoGnomes
This has to have been something that was in the works, except they fudged the release date by 6 months.
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Athlonite
DeathtoGnomesThis has to have been something that was in the works, except they fudged the release date by 6 months.
if it weren't doing all the ecc stuff it would probably be faster
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lynx29
Athloniteif it weren't doing all the ecc stuff it would probably be faster
I missed that part, nice. Hmm, I take back what I said then, I don't think many drives have ECC features, does the 970 Evo Plus?
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yotano211
DeathtoGnomesThis has to have been something that was in the works, except they fudged the release date by 6 years.
*fixed
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#9
Blaylock
The M390 is MSI's entry-level NVMe. Not all users need the speed of Gen4x4 so this makes for a good entry point.
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