Sabrent it certainly needs no introduction when it comes to storage solutions and memories in general. A few months ago, for example, he had launched memory modules SO-DIMM DDR4-3200 designed for high-performance notebooks, mini-PCs and ultrabooks (CL22). Available in one-, two- and four-stick packs, Sabrent Rockets provide up to 32GB per module to suit any need. For more information, we advise you to read our previous dedicated news.
Through a press release, the company recently unveiled its new ones Rocket 4 Plus G SSDequipped with the new firmware O2 that promises top-notch performance. Suitable for both gaming and applications that need speed and continuous disk access (for example video editing programs), these units are optimized for Microsoft DirectStorage APIstechnology already successfully implemented on the latest home consoles Microsoft, Xbox Series X And Xbox Series Swhich should offer significantly faster loading speeds by transferring information directly to the GPU, thereby bypassing the CPU.
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Rocket 4 Plus G SSDs offer a over 7GB / s bandwidth for a very fast loading of assets and data in general. To maximize performance, as well as keep devices well cooled, you can also purchase a separately generous copper heatsink. Sabrent markets its Rocket 4 Plus G SSDs in cuts ranging from 1 to 4 TBwith prices ranging from $ 169.99 to $ 699.99while the optional cooler ships for $ 29.99.
About a month ago, we told you about the PCI Express 7.0 interface, which will be able to provide data transfer speeds of up to 128GT / s (equivalent to a bi-directional connection of 512GB / s at 16 lines before overhead). Find all the details in our article.