Sabrent Delivers 14,000 MB/s Read Speeds With Rocket 5 PCIe 5.0 NVMe

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The mutual goal of breaking the limits of SSD speeds has brought Sabrent and Phison together. This partnership has resulted in the Rocket 5 NVMe SSD based on a Gen 5 standard.

Eclipsing existing PCIe 5.0 SSDs, this invention delivers sequential read and write speeds of up to 14,000 MB/s and 12,000 MB/s, respectively. These results have also surprised Sabrent, leading to the conception of a groundbreaking SSD.

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Sabrent Rocket 5 PCIe 5.0 NVMe SSD Crystal DiskMark Result

Another remarkable figure comes from the Random 4K Q1T1 results, with impressive read and write speeds of 107MB/s and 479MB/s, respectively. Similarly stunning numbers were noted when testing the NVMe SSD in benchmarks like 3DMark Storage Test, Anvil, and more.

Setting a new standard, the Rocket 5 is shockingly cool for a Gen 5 SSD. Most motherboard cooling setups should be adequate for this NVMe, though Sabrent will provide separate heatsinks as an extra option.

This SSD will soon be available in three options: 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB. The 4TB model will be released at a later date, but the first two variants should be available on the market soon. For more information about the blistering fast Rocket 5, follow Sabrent for the latest updates.

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