|Item model number||SB-RKTQ4-2TB|
|Item Weight||0.16 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.15 x 0.86 x 0.11 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.15 x 0.86 x 0.11 inches|
|Color||NVMe Gen4 QLC SSD|
|Flash Memory Size||2 TB|
|Date First Available||July 15, 2020|
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Sabrent 2TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD Maximum Performance Solid State Drive R/W 4800/3600 MB/s (SB-RKTQ4-2TB)
|Digital Storage Capacity||2000 GB|
|Hardware Interface||Solid State Drive|
|Write Speed||3300 Megabytes Per Second|
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- NVMe M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 Interface. Built to the PCIe 4.0 specification / NVMe 1.3 Compliant.
- Power Management Support for APST / ASPM / L1.2.
- Supports SMART and TRIM commands. Supports ONFi 2.3, ONFi 3.0, ONFi 3.2 and ONFi 4.0 interface.
- Advanced Wear Leveling, Bad Block Management, Error Correction Code, and Over-Provision.
- All Sabrent SSDs come with FREE Sabrent Acronis True Image for Sabrent Software for easy Cloning. For those who require a specific sector size to clone their existing SSDs: A newly released Sabrent utility enables users to re-format the Rocket drive and choose the sector size of their liking, either 512-bytes or 4K bytes.
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Sabrent 2TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD delivers all the advantages of flash disk technology with PCIe Gen4.0 x4 interface. Based on QLC NAND Flash memory, its performance speeds can reach up to 4800 MB/s (read) and 3600 MB/s (write) when using a PCIe Gen4 motherboard. Using a PCIe Gen3 Motherboard Speeds will reach up to 3300 MB/s (read) and 3300 MB/s (write). Power consumption is much lower than traditional hard drives, making it the best embedded solution for new systems. Sabrent 2TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD was designed using PCIe 4.0 which allows for speeds of up to 4800 MB/s (read) and 3600 MB/s (write), significantly faster than PCIe 3.0. Note: In order to take advantage of these speeds, a PCIe Gen4 motherboard is REQUIRED. Otherwise it will be at PCIe Gen3 speed at max of 3300MB/s. When installing any NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD directly onto a PCIe Gen4 Motherboard a Heatsink is required to dissipate the heat generated by the drives extreme speed levels to avoid thermal throttling and maximize performance. Sabrent 2TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD is backward compatible with PCIe 3.0. Using a Gen3 PCIe motherboard will enable the user to reach speeds of up to 3300 MB/s (read) and 3300 MB/s (write).
- NVMe M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 Interface.
- PCIe 4.0 Compliant / NVMe 1.3 Compliant.
- Power Management Support for APST / ASPM / L1.2.
- Supports SMART and TRIM commands.
- Supports ONFi 2.3, ONFi 3.0, ONFi 3.2 and ONFi 4.0 interface.
- Advanced Wear Leveling, Bad Block Management, Error Correction Code, and Over-Provision.
- Upgradeable Firmware.
- All Sabrent SSDs come with FREE Sabrent Acronis True Image for Sabrent Software for easy Cloning, For more information please visit our website.
- Sabrent 2TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD
- User Manual.
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Sabrent 2TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-2TB)
|Sold By||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||SK hynix||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Store4Memory|
|Digital Storage Capacity||2000.0 GB||1 TB||1000.0 GB||1 TB||500 GB||2 TB|
|Hardware Interface||Solid State Drive||PCI Express x4||Solid State Drive||PCIE x 4||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||PCI Express x4|
|Item Dimensions||3.15 x 0.86 x 0.11 inches||0.87 x 0.90 x 3.15 inches||0.87 x 3.15 x 0.09 inches||3.15 x 0.87 x 0.09 inches||3.94 x 2.76 x 0.27 inches||3.15 x 0.86 x 0.11 inches|
|Item Weight||0.16 ounces||1.92 ounces||—||0.20 ounces||3.04 ounces||0.20 ounces|
The Sabrent 2TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD delivers all the advantages of flash disk technology with PCIe Gen4.0 x4 interface. Based on QLC NAND Flash memory, its performance speeds can reach up to 4800 MB/s (read) and 3600 MB/s (write) when using a PCIe Gen4 motherboard. Using a PCIe Gen3 Motherboard Speeds will reach up to 3300 MB/s (read) and 3300 MB/s (write). Power consumption is much lower than traditional hard drives, making it the best embedded solution for new systems. The Sabrent 2TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD was designed using PCIe 4.0 which allows for speeds of up to 4800 MB/s (read) and 3600 MB/s (write), significantly faster than PCIe 3.0. Note: In order to take advantage of these speeds, a PCIe Gen4 motherboard is REQUIRED. Otherwise it will be at PCIe Gen3 speed at max of 3300MB/s. When installing any NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD directly onto a PCIe Gen4 Motherboard a Heatsink is required to dissipate the heat generated by the drives extreme speed levels to avoid thermal throttling and maximize performance. The Sabrent 2TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD is backward compatible with PCIe 3.0. Using a Gen3 PCIe motherboard will enable the user to reach speeds of up to 3300 MB/s (read) and 3300 MB/s (write). Features: NVMe M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 Interface. PCIe 4.0 Compliant / NVMe 1.3 Compliant. Power Management Support for APST / ASPM / L1.2. Supports SMART and TRIM commands. Supports ONFi 2.3, ONFi 3.0, ONFi 3.2 and ONFi 4.0 interface. Advanced Wear Leveling, Bad Block Management, Error Correction Code, and Over-Provision. Upgradeable Firmware. Package contents: 2TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD. User Manual.
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This is actually a very nice unit and at the time of my purchase $50-60 less than the Aorus or Corsair versions of Gen4 ssds - those also use the same Phison PS5016-E16 SSD controller, Toshiba's BiCS4 96-layer TLC (triple-level cell) NAND. Sabrent also offers a 5year warranty (you have to register it). I got the version without a heatsink because I am using with a board that already has a heatsink for the NVMe socket. The drive is delivering as advertised on the box speeds for both Gen4 and Gen3 so if you pick this unit up and don't have a x570 chipset motherboard (the only chipset currently supporting PCIe gen4) you can still use it in a gen3 board and it gives a little better performance over a current gen 3 drive. At least that was my experience. The packaging was nice came it a foam filled tin well protected and fancy - not what I was expecting. I will be picking up at least one more probably the 2TB here soon. And this is coming from a Samsung NVMe fan-boy...
Got it to make the purchase of an x570 board with a 3900x make at least some sense.
Hits advertised speeds, great capacity at the price for that kind of speed, easy install as with every m.2, and the motherboard build in heat sink is more than sufficient even under sustained transfer.
Games load quick, timeline scrubbing is flawless, and the OS boots and runs very snappily.
Overall, well worth the slight early adopter premium, no issues, and comes in a nice little tin.
Sequential speeds on CrystalDiskMark came out to be 4891.7 MB/s for read, 4401.5 MB/s for write.
Mind you this "early adoption" tech hasn't yet reached the potential max speeds that PCIE 4.0 could allow given the controller they are using, but I feel anything more (even with this) would just be excessive.
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Great... grab an X570 board and treat yourself to a new bit of shiny... a super fast 500GB PCI-E 4.0 NVME drive for that OS install and a few other essential programs. It'll be so fast it'll knock your socks off.
If only I wasn't a complete and utter numpty.
You see... I've been building PC's for over 20yrs... but that doesn't mean I can't make the stupidest of mistakes... that then prompt me to contact the seller a little pissed of and suggest I need to be refunded.... and then 30 mins later writing them another message telling them you're sorry for being an idiot.. and here's why.
I installed the drive fine... I installed the operating system fine... it flies, once past the POST screen windows loads in about 2-3 seconds... It's even faster than my other PC which uses a WD Black 250GB NVME drive.
I plug in the rest of my storage and start, setting things up, install anydesk to be able to remote in to other systems on my home network as well as helping to sort out things for my and any other members of the parkinsons support group I help out with.
and here's where my idiocy crept in.
I'd not really checked out the drive capacity since installing it... I was dealing with building 2 systems over the course of a week... and had encountered many issues with faulty parts... Motherboards, flash drives, graphics cards... had to be returned due to being dead on arrival or having compatibility issues with other hardware... Such as the ASUS motherboard having issues with Corsair products due to some quirky issue with the USB controller on the board (replaced with a Gigabyte instead as the other system used a Gigabyte B450 that worked fine with the same Corsair products)
So I wasn't paying 100% attention to what I was doing... I'd built... unbuilt, rebuilt, unbuilt and rebuilt my main gaming system... and then stripped down and rebuilt my mediaserver using my old gaming system parts.
I'd dealt with around a 40% failure/compatibility rate and motherboard, fans, flash drives, sata controller cards, graphics card and a bluray moviethat were all no good or arrived damaged/faulty. On top of that I was having issues with a Chinese seller from another site that was trying to rip me off after receiving faulty parts for something else non tech related.
We are talking something like... £400 worth of stuff that needed to be returned out of a total spend of £1000 or so... more in fact as I had to then order a few lower cost extra parts I needed like fan splitter cables and a hub... because new case ends up with 8 fans and the replacement board has roughly the same number but in different locations... yeah.. that cable management is a mess... but hidden away from site.
So I was frustrated... a little annoyed... and a little sick of pulling PC's apart and putting them back together.
So I decided late one night to double check a few settings and opened up disk management in windows.
Lo and behold what do I see... but that shiny new 500GB NVME drive... saying it's only 250GB.... well 232.7GB with a 529MB recovery partition.
WTF I think... how did I miss that... runs downstairs and grabs the packaging... clearly states it's 500GB... WTF I think again.... Double check disk management.... yup... definitely not the right capacity drive.
Realise that I now have a drive with a lot of personal info on that I can't wipe and send back as I don;t have anything to replace it with first... and I'm worried that if I send it back.. private info could fall into the wrong hands. I'd want to secure erase any drive I returned to anyone unless it just had some games on or a few movies or something.
So I fire of a message to the seller... tell them that the 500GB drive I ordered... is actually a 250GB one in the packaging... explain that I can't exactly return it for privacy security issues without a replacement... and suggest a compromise of a 50% refund for a 50% capacity loss.
Of that message goes... and I make myself a drink before thinking about going to bed... as it's about 1am by this time and I've been working on a PC for hours resolving issues and reinstalling software.
I sit down in my office one last time and go to check somthing... I close the full screen anydesk window that I have open as I was working on my mediaserver in another room remotely... and a cold shivver went down my spine.
Nah... it couldn't be... I'd never do something like that.
But I had.
You see... what I'd done was forget I was logged into another system and had that desktop screen full screen on my own... every thing I thought I was doing on my system.. I was doing on that one.
You can see where this is going...
I'd opened disk management on ANOTHER computer... a computer that has a 250GB NVME drive on it... a computer that I'd just rebuilt a few hours earlier.
So I held my head in shame... and fired of another message to the seller... apologising for being an idiot... explaining what I'd done... and to please all have a good laugh at my expense in their office today.
So the moral of this tale... if you buy this drive... you'll love the fast speeds it gives... crystal disk mark benchmarks are getting around 4900mb/s read speed and performance is great for everything so far.
Just don't remote onto another PC and forget you're looking at the drive info on that system instead of your own.
I wish I could say I'd been drinking... I hadn't... I was just tired and annoyed that building something so simple that I've done a thousand times before... had turned into a pain in the backside.
CrystalDiskMark 6.0.2 x64 (C) 2007-2018 hiyohiyo
* MB/s = 1,000,000 bytes/s [SATA/600 = 600,000,000 bytes/s]
* KB = 1000 bytes, KiB = 1024 bytes
Sequential Read (Q= 32,T= 1) : 4954.535 MB/s
Sequential Write (Q= 32,T= 1) : 4255.963 MB/s
Random Read 4KiB (Q= 8,T= 8) : 1930.864 MB/s [ 471402.3 IOPS]
Random Write 4KiB (Q= 8,T= 8) : 2631.505 MB/s [ 642457.3 IOPS]
Random Read 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 632.613 MB/s [ 154446.5 IOPS]
Random Write 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 417.885 MB/s [ 102022.7 IOPS]
Random Read 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 61.464 MB/s [ 15005.9 IOPS]
Random Write 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 238.072 MB/s [ 58123.0 IOPS]
Test : 1024 MiB [C: 4.7% (44.2/930.9 GiB)] (x5) [Interval=5 sec]
Date : 2019/12/10 22:48:14
OS : Windows 10 Professional [10.0 Build 18363] (x64)
Honestly, it looked like a tin of altoids.
Crack the tin open and you get a small, but perfect M2 pci-gen4 drive.
At the time of purchase there weren't many of these about, but I wanted to try out the capabilities on a new x570 motherboard.
It's cheaper than other drives but doesn't look it in the flesh, and general responsiveness during boot up and programme loading is good.
Pci4 doesn't offer much improvement over gen3 with these tasks though. It's file transfer that's faster.
I haven't benchmarked, I can only say that subjectively it feels so much slicker than my old sata SSD drives, to the point that I sometimes think the pc has stalled whenever I have to access data off one of these old SSDs.
I didn't get the version with a heat sink - my motherboard has one built in, and I haven't noticed any throttling.
I'm pleased with my purchase.
Just remember, unless you have the newest
generation of Ryzen CPU on a x570 motherboard, you are only getting gen3 speeds anyway, so save your cash and go for a gen3 drive.
If you have a standard 120mm fan its fairly easy but having a 140+ makes it a lot harder. Still manged though.
Considering this is £120 (Bought for £100 due to 16% off (black Friday)) its quite cheap compared to other gen 4 NVME like corsairs
Which is around £150 30-50 more than the Sabarent 500gb.
All in all your saving yourself 30-50 unless you want the heat sink which is an 116, an extra £16 (if the deal is present (17%)).
To take into consideration that corsair has an inbuilt heat sink and Sabrent has a variant. Sabrent is still the cheaper option by £35.
Presentation is neat comes in a very small package, with a copper lined tin to house the NVME.
Ok finally the stats are as shown:
1: Read: 4946.99 mb/s Write: 2522.74 mb/s
2: Read: 2563.11 mb/s Write: 2527.40 mb/s
3: Read: 1727.80 mb/s Write: 1310.90 mb/s
4: Read: 54.63 mb/s Write: 150.02 mb/s
1: Read: 4943.18 mb/s Write: 2523.37 mb/s
2: Read: 2519.14 mb/s Write: 2522.29 mb/s
3: Read: 1727.01 mb/s Write: 895.35 mb/s
4: Read: 55.26 mb/s Write: 161.86 mb/s
1: Read: 2364.93 mb/s Write: 2521.34 mb/s
2: Read: 1655.60 mb/s Write: 2519.98 mb/s
3: Read: 1258.27 mb/s Write: 1015.96 mb/s
4: Read: 49.55 mb/s Write: 155.17 mb/s