Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe 4TB m.2 SSD Review (Page 7)

| May 29, 2020 at 10:10 am CDT
Rating: 92%Manufacturer: SabrentModel: SB-RKTQ-4TB

Final Thoughts

Sabrent is to be commended for once again, giving us more than anyone else. 4TB of NVMe goodness on a gum stick sized SSD is incredible, to say the least. Capacity is king, as is NVMe, and no one else has given us both thus far. Being first in this industry is not easy to do, especially when you are competing with multibillion-dollar companies. Yet, Sabrent, with a little help from Phison, is doing just that. Impressive.


As we've seen from every Sabrent SSD we've tested to date, the 4TB Rocket Q delivers an excellent overall user experience.

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A quick review of our testing reveals several highlights where the 4TB Rocket Q stands out from the competition. Sequential speeds generated by the Rocket Q are among the best we've seen from a QLC based SSD; in fact, it delivers more than many TLC SSDs can. 15K QD1 random read IOPS as demonstrated with Anvil's is again outstanding, as is the best Gen3 score for a 2TB plus with AS SSD.

Then we were treated to the best write transfer rate for a QLC SSD and ultra-fast read transfers that are a cut above. Last and most important in our view, is how the Rocket Q 4TB delivers a user experience that rivals anything Gen3 as demonstrated by our PCMark 10 Quick Storage Testing.

Unrivaled M.2 capacity and blazing fast performance have earned Sabrent's 4TB Rocket Q NVMe SSD TweakTown's highest award.


  • Capacity
  • User Experience
  • 5-Year Warranty


  • Current Price
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Overall Rating92%

The Bottom Line

4TB of NVMe goodness and blazing speeds make the Rocket Q highly desirable.

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