The Rocket 4.0 lands exactly where we expect it will. It's not the fastest at launching game levels, but it is still very competitive, and we are fine with that, especially when you consider its dominating performances with other benchmarks.
This is the test that matters most because it represents real-world use cases accurately. The better an SSD performs when running this test, the better the user experience it will deliver. This is what really matters user experience, not burst speeds, which is why we rank SSDs according to the outcome of UL's PCMark 8 storage benchmark.
Sabrent's Rocket 4.0 delivers the goods by doing what all other E16-based SSDs have been able to do. The Rocket 4.0 edges out Samsung's more expensive 970 Pro 2-Bit flash-based powerhouse taking the top spot for flash-based storage performance on AMD Gen4 enabled platforms.
Last updated: Feb 2, 2020 at 12:19 am CST