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Old 22-07-20, 11:41 AM
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Meet the Sabrent Rocket Q4, the world's first QLC-powered PCIe 4.0 SSD

This drive will launch with 2TB and 4TB flavours.



Read more about Sabrent's Rocket Q4, the world's first QLC-powered PCIe 4.0 SSD.

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Old 22-07-20, 11:53 AM
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I thought QLC Nand was really only a drawback in professional productivity apps.


If you just want a fast storage SSD for games, it doesn't really make any difference, does it?
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I would have like to see TLC. They already have 4TB TLC PCI-E Gen 3 drive.
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Old 22-07-20, 04:51 PM
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I thought QLC Nand was really only a drawback in professional productivity apps.


If you just want a fast storage SSD for games, it doesn't really make any difference, does it?
NVMe speeds currently on PC make no difference over a Sata SSD. I mean the only real benefit is games install a little faster compared to Sata.

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I would have like to see TLC. They already have 4TB TLC PCI-E Gen 3 drive.

This is just a cheaper alternative. A noticable amount less but with QLC having shorter lifespan might be worth to spend the extra money.
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