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The new external Sabrent Rocket XTRM-Q models combined 512 GByte to eight TByte large M.2 SSDs and a Thunderbolt 3 controller in a compact aluminum chassis. The data transfer rates of Thunderbolt-3 are up to 2.7 GByte/s, and when using USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 GBit/s) s, 900 MByte/s are achieved after all. The Sabrent Rocket XTRM-Q SSDs are connected via four PCI Express 3.0 lanes.
To achieve the maximum speed, a capacity of at least two TByte is required. Due to the small number of memory chips for caching and parallelization, the 1 TByte model „only“ reaches a maximum of 2 GByte/s, the 500 GByte model „only“ a maximum of 1 GByte/s for writing. In addition, the reading speed of the smallest model is also limited to 2 GByte/s. Theoretically, the built-in SSDs could also reach even higher speeds, but this is somewhat limited by the Thunderbolt 3 protocol.
Housing & heatsink from one casting
The aluminum housing, measuring only 125 x 46 x 15 mm, also...
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