Boost Your Gaming with Sabrent Rocket Q4 2230 Solution for ROG Ally and Steam Deck Users

Sabrent Rocket Q 2230

Have you ever found yourself yearning for more storage space in your gaming devices like Steam Deck and ROG Ally? Your search might just be over.

Introducing the Sabrent Rocket Q4 2230 SSD, a game changer for all the gadget geeks out there who’ve been wrestling with finding a high-capacity drive that fits neatly into their gaming devices. The struggle is high, particularly in the 2TB M.2 2230 form factor. Now, thanks to Sabrent’s new product launch, we have a much-needed alternative.

Sabrent Rocket Q4 2230

Delving deeper into the Sabrent Rocket Q4 2230, we see a glimmer of promise. What we do know is that these SSDs incorporate QLC NAND technology, a step away from the TLC NAND utilized in previous models. We also know that these SSDs will accommodate backwards compatibility with Gen2 and Gen3 PCIe slots and will comfortably fit in the newest Microsoft Surface devices in addition to the handhelds mentioned earlier.

Sabrent Rocket Q4 2230 specification

InterfacePCIe Gen4 x 4PCIe Gen4 x 4
Max Sequential ReadTBA5000 (MB/s)
Max Sequential WriteTBA3200 (MB/s)
Random 4K QD32 (IOPS) ReadTBA480K
Random 4K QD32 (IOPS) WriteTBA750K
Power Consumption R/WTBAR 4000 / W 3800 (mW)
Power SupplyTBA3.3V
Form FactorM.2 2230M.2 2230
Operating TemperatureTBA0-70C
Storage TemperatureTBA-40-85C
MTBFTBA1500000 hours
Shock ResistantTBA1500G
Data CorrectionTBALDPC
Warranty5 years with registration5 years with registration

Pre-orders for these SSDs, with an astounding 2TB capacity, are now live on Sabrent website for the amount of $219.99 – Rocket Q4 2230 2TB Shipment expected to kick off in June.

Sabrent has also hinted at making “other capacities” available in the future, with a 1TB drive already in the pipeline.

Looking back, the Sabrent Rocket’s previous generation (SB-2130) [Rocket 2230 NVMe 4.0] made waves in the market, but the limitation to 1TB capacity and the price premium compared to M.2 2280 SSDs left some room for improvement. Now, while the premium price might still exist, the jump to 2TB certainly levels the playing field against other big brands such as Samsung, which offer 2TB M.2 2280 NVMe Gen4 SSDs with TLC NAND and DRAM cache for less than $150.

Source: Sabrent official website

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