Sabrent has introduced an 8TB M.2 stable state drive to hitch its Rocket Q household, that includes double the capability of the subsequent largest mannequin, PC Gamer reviews. Whereas pricing hasn’t been launched but, it’s totally prone to be out of the funds for many PC gamers–however as Steam libraries develop and recreation installs take up extra space, it is tech to control.
Whereas there are already 8TB drives accessible within the 2.5 inch market, Sabrent’s is the primary to suit it into the smaller, cable-free M.2 kind issue. As with Sabrent’s different Rocket Q SSDs, the 8TB drive makes use of NVMe know-how with a PCIe 3.Zero x4 interface. Whereas not many particulars can be found concerning the new mannequin but, we will count on it to be fairly quick based mostly on the smaller Rocket Q fashions.
Whereas we will all sit up for this tech being developed additional and ultimately coming down in worth, Sabrent’s first 8TB M.2 mannequin is unlikely to be that reasonably priced for fanatic avid gamers. The corporate’s 4TB M.2 SSD sells for $759.99, so it would not be a stretch to recommend the 8TB mannequin will retail for over twice that worth.