9/28/20 Tech News: Sabrent Rocket Q4 NVMe 2TB SSD & More

Continuing along, the Rocket Q4 chewed through AS SSD like it was no big deal, and when unleashed on ATTO, the Rocket Q4 served up truly elite performances. Next and probably the most impressive for a QLC SSD, the Rocket Q4 delivered over 800 MB/s when writing 100GB of data. Rounding things out, the Rocket Q4 served up excellent user experience, as demonstrated by our PCMark 1o Quick System Disk test.

Read more @ TweakTown

Additional Reviews for 9/28:

Lexar SL200 Portable Solid State Drive @ ThinkComputers
HP S750 SSD 1TB @ Guru3D
Patriot P300 M.2 PCIe Gen 3 x4 1TB SSD @ [M]adShrimps
Crucial P5 1TB & 2TB M.2 NVMe SSD  @ NikKTech
TerraMaster F2-422 10GbE Cloud Storage NAS Server @ NikKTech
Thermalright TA140 CPU Cooler  @ TweakTown
Corsair CX750F RGB @ Guru3D

Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR4-3200 C16 4x8GB

Corsair’s Dominator Platinum RGB DDR4-3200 waltzes into a market that’s one of the most competitive playgrounds in the hardware world, with new faces popping up left and right. Corsair, however, remains one of the few veteran players that has maintained its position and has several offerings on our list of top memory kits

Read more @ Tom’s Hardware

Patriot Viper 4 Blackout DDR4-3600 64GB

We’ve said it time and time again that it is hard to find a solid DDR4 memory kit that does not have RGB lighting. Well Patriot wants to change that with their new Viper 4 Blackout DDR4 memory. This modules feature an all black design (hence the Blackout name), which will more or less match any build out there. The kit we are taking a look at today is the PVB464G360C8K which is a 64GB (2x16GB) kit running at 3600 MHz with timings of 18-20-20-40 at 1.35V.

Read more @ ThinkComputers

Crucial Ballistix MAX RGB DDR4 32GB 4000MHZ

The only other model which was able to exchange blows with the Ballistix MAX kit is the equally fast (slightly faster actually if we also take timings into account) Trident ROYAL kit by GSkill. Unfortunately, due to motherboard limitations the X299 system wouldn’t boot no matter what i did at frequencies over 4GHz so i had to use the Z390 system for overclocking, even though it ended going up to just 4200MHz (i was expecting a stable 4400MHz which didn’t happen, not with 1.4V and CL19)

Read more @ NikKTech