This study aimed to test high temporal resolution DCE- MRI for different zones of the prostate and evaluate its performance in the diagnosis of prostate cancer (PCa). High temporal resolution (~2.2s) was achieved by modestly decreasing spatial resolution, increasing sensitivity encoding and partial Fourier factors. Our results show that PCa had significantly faster signal enhancement and washout rates than normal tissue. DCE-MRI with higher temporal resolution may capture clinically useful information for PCa diagnosis that would be missed by low temporal resolution DCE-MRI. This new information could improve the performance of mpMRI in prostate cancer detection.