Sabrent introduces the first 8TB M.2 SSD, so you don't have to uninstall your games for a long time
Sabrent released the first 8TB M.2 SSD, and if you consider Steam’s never-ending and ever-expanding library, it arrives just in time. The downside is that the price will inevitably be stratospheric.
Those who can afford it would have in their hands the SSD with the most storage capacity on the market. In fact, it outperforms the second model by a wide margin, having double its capacity. Sure, the same can’t be said as you dig into the 2.5-inch section, but the M.2 factor is sleeker and doesn’t require wiring.
It can also become faster, as is the case. M.2 SSDs can be SATA or NVMe, and it belongs to the latter category. The 8TB model, in turn, joins Sabrent’s Rocket Q family, which features a PCIe 3.0 x4 interface.