Sabrent Rocket 5 14GB/s PCIe 5.0 SSD Now Being Sold on Amazon

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Starting From $189.99!

[Press Release] Sabrent, after delivering industry-leading speeds with the Rocket 4, is now ready to take the next step toward blazing-fast speeds.

The Rocket 5 NVMe unlocks full PCIe 5.0 bandwidth, allowing PC users to access 14GB/s speeds. Whether it be gaming, productivity, or general computing tasks, the Sabrent Rocket 5 is equipped to shine across the board.

With capacities ranging from 1TB to 4TB, the manufacturer has also ensured users never run out of storage.

Sabrent Rocket 5
Sabrent Is Introducing Three Models of The SSD

Using the class-leading PS5026-E26 controller from Phison and Micron’s 232L TLC NV Memory, the Rocket 5 boasts unmatched results. To ensure a consistent level of performance, the manufacturer has also included a high-quality heatsink.

Therefore, the Sabrent Rocket 5 is built to last. Further proof of this philosophy is the fact that it comes with a five-year warranty. The SSD is now available on Amazon, and it can be bought starting from just $189.99.

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