Makes it one of the fastest options
Sabrent has unveiled a dedicated Playstation 5 heatsink for its Rocket series SSDs, specifically the Rocket 4 Plus SSDs.
Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus 4TB sells for $999.99
Sabrent has started teasing the 8TB version of its fastest Rocket 4 Plus M.2 NVMe SSD, which should be coming to retail/e-tail soon.
M.2 2230 SSDs are hard to find
According to Gabe Newell's response to Reddit Steam members, it appears that the Valve Steam Deck features an M.2 NVMe 2230 slot, making an upgrade possible, but Valve says it is not intended for end-user replacement, even if you can find it.
Phison controller and Micron's 3D TLC NAND
During SG1, Seagate has unveiled its latest flagship SSD, the FireCuda PCIe 4.0 M.2 NVMe SSD, reaching a sequential performance of up to 7,300/6,900 MB/s, thanks to Phison controller and 176L 3D TLC NAND.
One for AMD's X570 platform
Western Digital is apparently working on a firmware update for WD Black SN850 M.2 NVMe SSD that should fix issues that this drive has on AMD X570 chipset motherboards.
Fixes several caching and performance issues
Sabrent has released a new firmware update for the Rocket 4 Plus M.2 NVMe SSD series, which addresses some caching and performance issues seen with earlier batches of Rocket 4 Plus SSDs.
Only 2077 to be made
Seagate has launched the new Cyberpunk 2077-themed FireCuda 520 SSD, featuring PCIe 4.0 interface, a custom RGB Cyberpunk 2077 heatsink, and a 1TB capacity.
Based on 176-layer 3D TLC NAND flash memory
During its Computex 2021 presentation, Micron announced it has started shipping its first PCIe 4.0 SSDs, the Micron 2450 and Micron 3400, both featuring the latest 176-layer 3D TLC NAND flash memory.
HighPoint SSD 7540 controller and eight Sabrent's SSDs
Sabrent has once again started to talk about the Sabrent Rocket Battleship, a PCIe storage solution based on the HighPoint SSD 7540 PCIe Gen4 x16 8-Port NVMe RAID Controller and paired up with eight Sabrent SSDs.
Rainier IG5236 controller and 3D TLC NAND
Patriot Memory has released its latest M.2 NVMe SSD as a part of its Viper Gaming lineup, the Viper VP4300, promising high sequential read and write performance, hitting up to 7,400MB/s and 6,800MB/s, respectively.