It is no secret that one of Sabrent’s top weapons in the storage world is the Rocket 4 Plus which has been around for some time now. First introduced in 2020, the Rocket 4 Plus has been fine tuned to add a 4TB in addition to the original 1/2TB releases and then Sabrent even added a custom heatsink for PS5 …Read More »
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Most SSD manufacturers have been around four to six times longer than Sabrent, but few can stand beside the company. Alongside Phison, they have literally pushed the SSD industry forward at a pace that pretty much labels them pioneers and they have only been in this space a few years. Any reviewer can display a pile of 4/8TB TLC/QLC SSDs, …Read More »
Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus SSD With PS5 Heatsink Review – They Switched to B47R Memory Without Telling a Soul!
Without a doubt, the loudest a reader can be in the SSD world is when a company dares to switch hardware in their SSDs without telling anyone. This goes back years and, well, few have escaped the wrath of online ridicule when they are caught doing such. I have always been the bad guy and still believe that manufacturers have …Read More »
Back in December, we posted our review on the one and two terabyte versions of the newest Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD, both of which received our Editor’s Choice as being one of the best available in the industry. Breaching 7GB/s read speeds and coming very close to that with write performance is not an easy …Read More »
Gen 4 SSDs have been available for just over a year now and the two most talked about characteristics just happen to speak to the good and the bad. The good of course has had us watching storage speeds jumping from 3.5GB/s to 5GB/s and now 7GB/s becoming the norm. The bad is the fact that Gen 4 necessitated additional …Read More »
Sabrent has just released an upgraded version of their Rocket CFX CFExpress B Memory Cards and added the name PRO to make sure they are a distinct entry in the storage space. They are available in 512GB, 1 and 2TB and we have had the opportunity to spend some time with all three. Performance is rated at 1800MB/s read and …Read More »
One of the oldest names in the flash business is Micron/Crucial and our own relationship with them goes way back to 2010. Back then, we were one of the first to review their Crucial C300 RealSSD in a 64GB capacity, with lightning fast speeds of 357MB/s read and 76MB/s write, and a price of $139.99… for a 64GB SSD. We …Read More »
Acer Predator GM7 1TB SSD Review – 232-Layer NAND Comes Alive Running at 2400MT/s in a DRAM-less Design
It’s been just over a month since we posted the latest in NAND flash technology with our Micron 2550 DRAM-less Gen 4 SSD Review where we saw a Gen 4 SSD run cooler and faster than we ever had before. It was (and still is) an ideal candidate for ‘PS5 Gaming SSD of the Year’ (if you can get your …Read More »
Sabrent Rocket Gen 4 2230 1TB M.2 SSD Review – Is this the Smallest and Fastest Storage Combination in the World?
Without a doubt one of the smallest and fastest storage solutions available today!Read More »
Every now and then a product comes across our desk that we just know is going to be special…maybe even a game changer. Such is the case with the newest Micron 2550 DRAMless PCIe 4.0 Client M.2 SSD that we are testing today and, quite frankly, it is hard to believe there is really so much in such a small …Read More »