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Storage|Best NVMe SSD

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Posted on: Monday, Jun 15th 2020 - 12:32:pm

The best NVMe SSD based on overall performance and read/write speeds has to be the Sabrent Rocket. The name says it all 'Rocket'. Compared to many M.2 NVMes in its class, it's one of the cheapest M.2 SSDs out there. Speed-wise, this SSD has read speeds up to 3450 MB/s and can write up to 3000 MB/s, with an endurance rating of 1,800 TBW, and for peace of mind comes with a 5 year warranty.

The Sabrent Rocket is a PCIe Gen3 x 4 Interface - PCIe 3.1 Compliant / NVMe 1.3 Compliant, so it's modern and suitable for almost every modern-day motherboard... and talking of motherboards - If you're thinking of upgrading your motherboard, the MSI Meg Z390 Ace is an excellent choice and comes as standard with 3 Turbo M.2 slots. Team the Meg Ace up with a i7 9700K CPU and a Nvidia 2070 Super and you've got one hell of a gaming PC.

Storage Capicity

Sabrent has a fairly wide range of data storage options - 256GB, 512GB, 1TB, 2TB, they even do a 4TB version! - which will set you back £750 ($850).


In my opinion the best NVMe SSD drive has to be the Sabrent Rocket 2TB SSD. If you do decide to buy one, don't bother with the 1TB version, you'll be better off with the 2TB for the little extra cash. You can find out more on M.2 and Sata alternatives here: best SSD for gaming.

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