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 »
Tag Archives: B47R
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 »
So I was in a conversation this week where many were speaking of the success of the Phison E18 controller and I stepped away from the crowd for a bit and had to ask, “Yes but will this last?” Historically, we have watched different SSD companies, and more specifically, third party SSD controller companies step into the limelight with a …Read More »
Something has occurred in the laptop industry that should make the consumer angry. We are being sold PCIe 4.0 laptops and ultrabooks that aren’t truly PCIe 4.0. Don’t get me wrong. You may be considering a purchase, or have purchased a brand new Ryzen 5 or Intel Tiger Lake that is just that but you have to ask… Have I …Read More »
Phison E18 B47R Fortis NVMe Gen 4 SSD Evaluation Sample Preview – The Great Intel/AMD Test Bench Comparison
Over the past few months, there has been much discussion as to when we will start seeing Micron’s newest B47R Fortis 3D TLC memory inside an SSD, and exactly who would do it first. Kudos to Phison. For those not familiar with this memory, B47R is Micron’s latest 176-Layer 3D TLC premium NAND flash memory which is able to achieve …Read More »