Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe 2TB NVMe PCIe Gen3.0 x4 M.2 SSD Review (Page 7)

| Feb 20, 2020 at 8:16 pm CST
Rating: 94%Manufacturer: SabrentModel: SB-RKTQ-2TB

Final Thoughts

This is our first experience with a Phison-powered QLC SSD, and we have to say we are pleasantly surprised. Sabrent's Rocket Q NVMe 2TB SSD is the complete package. It's super affordable, comes with all the bells and whistles that the end-user could need, and is backed with an industry-leading five-year warranty.


We can attest to the fact that running the Rocket Q as our system disk was overall an excellent experience. The drive delivers lightning-quick boots, it feels very nimble and capable when performing everyday tasks and while multi-tasking. As our user experience rating shows, Sabrent's 2TB Rocket Q NVMe will deliver a user experience that belies its price tag.

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Looking back at our test results, we find the Rocket Q is a synthetic powerhouse, easily delivering sequential speeds that are as fast as anything else running on a Gen3 interface. When we get to transfer rates, we see the Rocket Q is actually a cut above most SSDs currently on the market, which we find remarkable for a QLC powered SSD.

Game level loading wasn't quite what we would like to see, but it's still in what we consider an acceptable range. Heavy workloads do kind of hammer it a bit, but when we get to normal consumer type workloads, the Rocket Q delivers exceptionally well, and that is what really matters.

Sabrent's Rocket Q NVMe 2TB SSD is TweakTown approved and highly recommended.


  • Affordability
  • Capacity
  • Endurance


  • Heavy Workloads

Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 12:34 pm CDT

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Overall Rating94%

The Bottom Line

Sabrent's Rocket Q NVMe SSD is QLC done right. It's a top value product that will not disappoint.

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