Sabrent 14GB/s PCIe 5.0 Rocket 5 SSD Now Available For Pre-Purchase

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[Press Release] Sabrent is making the jump to full PCIe 5.0 bandwidth. As the successor to the popular Rocket 4 Plus and Rocket 4 Plus-G, the Rocket 5 pushes the limits of SSD speeds, aiming for 14GB/s.

This makes it suitable for all demanding tasks. However, with optimizations for DirectStorage, the Rocket 5 is tailored to meet modern gaming demands.

Sabrent Rocket 5
Specs Compared Between Different Models of the SSD

Using the Phison PS5026-E26 controller, this SSD offers incredible Read and Write speeds.

It also comes in three flavors, offering 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB of storage. All models come with a 5-year warranty, carrying the same reliability Sabrent has been known for in the past.

Additionally, an advanced heatsink complements the Rocket 5. Sabrent’s careful engineering has allowed the heatsink to maintain ideal temperatures for the SSD during stressful conditions.

Sabrent proudly confirms that the 1TB model is now available for $189.99. Those looking for more storage can consider the 2TB and 4TB models for $339.99 and $729.99, respectively.

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