Sabrent Rocket NVMe 2280 M.2 Review

Anvil IOPS

Sabrent Rocket NVMe 2280 M.2 Review

Anvil IOPS

Anvil has always been a great way to test the Input/Output Operations Per Second of a drive, particularly the modern NVMe ones, and the Sabrent Rocket puts up its first surprise, out-performing the Rocket Q in all but the 4K Read block test, whilst being very much on pace with the other heavy-hitting models we've tested.

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Most Recent Comments

16-07-2020, 09:40:44

Impressive drive. With a bit of a stretch, you can now go full NVME and skip SATA SSDs completely. Just bunch of spinning rust for backups and you will have the speed for days.Quote

06-08-2020, 08:06:45

It was on sale on Amazon so picked it up and was very impressed. Plugged into a cheap (£10) PCIe card it still out performs the 256GB Samsung PM961 that is on the motherboard. I'll definitely be buying NVMe drives in future (well until I run out of PCIe slots) .Quote

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