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It seems that Sabrent may be about to announce what appears to be another pioneering product in the world: a new 4 TB M.2 PCIe 4.0 drive that is part of the Rocket Q4 series.

Prior to this, Sabrent released an 8TB NVMe SSD, which became the world's first 80mm form factor small SSD storage. However, it runs the old PCIe 3.0 interface. Since PCIe 4.0 was phased out, it appears that Sabrent has decided to transform its storage product line with newer technology.

This version was found on the Amazon listing by Tweaktown. We don't have any official confirmation or announcement on this new SSD, so we can't say for sure. However, Amazon's listing looks very legitimate.

According to this Amazon listing, Rocket Q4 has a read speed of 4900MB/s and a write speed of 3500MB/s. For comparison, let's look at PCIe 3.0 drives. Their upper limit of read and write speed is about 3500MB/s.

Although we may always see speed improvements in the future, many manufacturers have been hesitant to adopt PCIe 4.0 technology. Phison is currently the only manufacturer to offer PCIe 4.0 SSD controllers.

This solid state drive is based on QLC technology with 4 bits per drive. Although it may not be the best option for storing basic data, it is perfect for anyone who needs fast storage, especially gamers with huge libraries. The

4TB Rocket Q4 SSD is available now, priced up to $ 750. This makes it a huge leap from the 2TB QLC variant currently on the market priced at $ 320.

Although the speed looks incredibly good (even if the price is dizzying), it looks like a real list. According to Amazon, SSDs are in stock and can be purchased now. At the same time, we will pay close attention to any official announcements made by Sabrent.

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