REPORT ANALYSIS AND FINAL THOUGHTS
We started this report with a bit of an amusing play on the ole SSD component switch scenario which is all too common but, what Sabrent has done here is not common in any way. They bettered their product and maintained a great price point for what enthusiasts are getting. If I owned a PS5, I’d be all over this as the SSD and the heatsink are very attractive, not to mention that SSD is running much cooler than E18 controllers once were. The Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus B47R Fortis Gen 4 SSD is an unexpected and welcome addition to the tech industry.
If you are wondering how you might know if you are getting the older Micron 96-Layer 3D TLC NAND version or the new B47R Fortis version… don’t. We spoke with Sabrent at the time of this report and they stated that they can assure us that all current purchases of Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus NVMe SSDs are using the latest and greatest Micron B47R Fortis. Admittedly though, even we would have like to see an added graphic on packaging to confirm things.
If you are looking for a SSD for your PS5, look no further. The Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus has the very latest and best you can get in technology, reaching performance of 7GB/s and 1 million IOPS. It comes with a very attractive and custom built heatsink for the PS5, has a great price point and comes with a 5-year warranty. Editor’s Choice.