REAL WORLD FILE TRANSFER COMPARISON
We have put the Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSD beside the best in the business for our true to life data testing. In this test, we simply place 15GB files representing music, video, pictures and operating systems onto the target drive. We then copy each file from one place on the target disk to another, recording the time taken for the transfer.
The Sabrent Rocket NVMe SSD placed sits right up there in No. 3 spot, even beating out a PCIe 4.0 SSD. Great results.
REVIEW ANALYSIS AND FINAL THOUGHTS
If you are looking for a powerful SSD that can take on out of the ordinary tasks, the Sabrent Rocket NVMe SSD fits the bill. But that is key to it all isn’t it? Knowing what you need the SSD for. Where TLC NAND flash memory used to be a value level memory, today has brought it’s performance right up there with the best. Where should this SSD be used? The Sabrent Rocket NVMe SSD is a content creators dream. We can see that in our true testing scenario where it is moving large photo, music and video files… very quickly. It also fits right in there with business needs as well as the enthusiast looking for the biggest and baddest.
The Sabrent Rocket is a NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 SSD capable of reaching just under 3.5GB/s read and 3GB/s write with up to 700k IOPS. It is available worldwide in several capacities, however, the 4TB version we tested today is truly cream of the crop. Pricing at this capacity might seem high but its actually not bad at .20/GB. It has a five-year warranty and its performance is some of the best we have seen yet.