Sabrent Apex X16 Rocket 5 Destroyer Enters Testing Phase

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[Press Release] Sabrent recently introduced its latest storage solution, the Apex x21. This massive AIC can sport up to 21x M.2 SSDs, making it a cut above the competition. Apex is also proud to debut an x16 version of this card.

When the Apex X16 is paired with a whopping 16 Sabrent Rocket 5 SSDs(4TB), the combination results in a jaw-dropping 64TB of storage.

Sabrent Apex X16 AIC
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Thanks to the single Gen 5 PCIe x16 slot used for installation, the card leaves space for those looking to add other cards or perhaps another Apex X16. The Sabrent Apex X16 and X21 can also work together to deliver a whopping 168TB of Gen 4 storage.

However, the speed is what matters here. Sabrent confirms that the Apex X16 Rocket 5 AIC can reach an incredible 56GiB/s and 54GiB/s sequential read and write speeds, respectively.

In terms of 4K Random IOPS, we can expect about 20 million 4K Reads and 19 million Write IOPS. All of these features and more will be available to you very soon.

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