Sabrent Launches 4-Drive NVMe SSD to PCIe 4.0 X 16 Adapter Card

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In a world where the demand for high-performance storage has become a necessity, Sabrent has the perfect product for you.

Whether you are a content creator, a gamer, or someone who wants to get their hand on the fastest storage on the market, Sabrent has just launched its Quad NVMe SSD to PC 4.0 x 16 card, and it should be a great fit for you.

The Sabrent Quad NVMe SSD to PCIe 4.0 x 16 card supports up to four NVMe drives by using a single x16 PCIe slot on the motherboard.

With the help of this flexible design, Sabrent allows its users to expand their storage without compromising on its performance. The Sabrent Quad NVMe SSD to PCIe 4.0 x 16 card also supports a wide variant of drives with form factors starting from 2230/2242/2260 and 2280.

Additionally, the Sabrent Quad NVMe SSD to PCIE 4.0 x16 card has support for older PCIe 3.0 drives and is backward compatible with PCIe 3.0/2.0 slot as well. This makes the card compatible with a large set of systems out there, so users don’t have to worry about anything.

However, users have to make sure their motherboards have bifurcation support to use more than one drive. To operate at its maximum speeds without thermal throttling, NVMe drives need proper cooling. Sabrent also offers a robust aluminum construction with fins, designed to dissipate heat.

Furthermore, the device comes included with thermal pads and a switchable fan to ensure the drives are running in optimal conditions. The Sabrent EC-P4BF is currently available at major retail stores like Amazon and Newegg for $100.

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