Review of the 2TB Sabrent Rocket 4 PLUS-G Gen4 x4 NVMe SSD
Sabrent has released the Rocket 4 Plus-G, the first DirectStorage-optimized solid-state drive (SSD), catering to the needs of modern videogames. The Rocket 4 Plus-G, equipped with DirectStorage technology, is the fastest gaming drive available and is also future-proof. We’ll be using the Ryzen 7950X3D and the Core i9 13900K to put this SSD through its paces. A Phison E18 controller, 3D NAND flash memory, and PCIe 4.0 technology are just a few of the cutting-edge components included in this robust SSD. It is one of the fastest SSDs available right now, with sequential read and write rates of up to 7,200 MB/s and 6,850 MB/s, respectively. The Rocket 4 Plus-G isn’t only fast; it’s also incredibly tough and long-lasting.
The 2 TB variant has a TBW (Terabytes Written) rating of up to 1,400, guaranteeing dependable performance even under extreme gaming conditions. The Rocket 4 Plus-G may be purchased in three different storage capacities for €148.99, €269.99, and €524.99, respectively. With its cutting-edge features and powerful performance, can the Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus-G claim to be the best DirectStorage gaming drive of the future? Micron’s proprietary newest generation of 3D NAND flash chips are based on TLC technology and include 176 layers. The new flash chips are slightly more efficient overall and offer substantially quicker write speeds. Remember that this is a TLC-written NVMe SSD equipped with a Phison E18 controller, which can help you in some ways within your storage array. PCI Express Gen 4.0 This PCIe Gen 4 x4 M2 device could be just what you’re looking for if you’re in the market for top-tier high performance at a reasonable price.
There is a wide range of sizes and quantities to choose from. We haven’t even gotten to the 1 TB model yet, let alone the 4 TB one. The business claims their fastest 2TB and 4TB M2 SSD can achieve write speeds of up to 7200 MB/s. A valid guarantee for 5 years is provided. 1400 TBW (TeraBytes Written) is the rating for the 2 terabyte model, 700 TBW (TeraBytes Written) is the rating for the 1 terabyte model, and 2800 TBW (TeraBytes Written) is the rating for the 4 terabyte model. The IOPS values are also astonishing, at about $1,000,000 bilaterally. Those are some impressive specifications, but can you count on the product to live up to them? This SSD utilizes the cutting-edge 8-channel Phison PS5018-E18 controller and features TLC written NAND.
Generally speaking, the larger the volume, the faster it will be processed. The solid-state drive is an M.2 2280 model that uses the NVMe 1.4 standard for its non-volatile memory. The performance statistics offered by a modern SATA3 SSD are just amazing, but the performance numbers offered by the more specialized NVMe SSDs can be multiplied by 14x, and those are some big numbers. The device conforms to the compact M.2 2280 form factor (8cm), making it compatible with the vast majority of M.2-ready ATX motherboards. Anyway, are you curious as to how quick it actually is? Will it truly compete with the Samsung 980 PRO (hell yes)? Sabrent has added a five-year warranty on their Rocket 4 Plus-G SSD, providing gamers more confidence in their purchase.Continue reading the review further on the next page.