However, with PS5 firmware update 8.00, the company removed this limitation and the system can now support drives with a capacity of up to 8 TB. Sabrent was one of the first companies to offer an 8TB SSD designed specifically for the Japanese console.

Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus 8 TB is based on the Phison platform and, according to the manufacturer, is slightly faster than other drives in this series. The SSD provides read speeds of up to 7100 MB/s and write speeds of up to 6000 MB/s.

To ensure proper cooling under high loads, the drive is equipped with an aluminum heatsink compatible with the PS5.

The 8TB Rocket 4 Plus costs $1010, which is twice as expensive as the PlayStation 5.

It’s certainly a big investment, but the PS5’s 825GB of available storage quickly fades away in the face of modern games. For example, while Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War takes up over 300 GB, Gran Turismo 7 takes up nearly 200 GB.

Source: Ferra

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