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Corsair MP700 PRO SE 4TB Review

We took note of the drive’s temperature during some of our benchmarking runs.

Corsair's 4TB MP700 PRO SE doesn't come with a heatsink so using either a motherboard cooling solution or third-party cooler is a must. Even using the chunky built-in heatsink on our Gigabyte AORUS X670E Xtreme motherboard the drive still got to 64°C (the drive has a maximum operating temperature of 70°C) when pushed hard during some of the CrystalDiskMark tests, but we didn't seem to suffer from any throttling issues.

For the 4K-based tests, the MP700 PRO SE averaged 37.41°C.

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