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Sabrent Rocket M.2 NVMe SSDs: 2TB $405, 1TB $180, 512GB $90, 256GB

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Store4PC via Amazon has select Sabrent Rocket M.2 NVMe Solid State Drives on sale listed below after 10% off promotion code 10BY4O2W. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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Store4PC via Amazon [amazon.com] has Sabrent 256GB Rocket NVMe High Performance Internal SSD for $44.99 with 10% off promo code 10O55JEG 10BY4O2W.
  • Store4PC via Amazon [amazon.com] has Sabrent 256GB Rocket NVMe SSD for $44.99 with 10% off promo code 10BY4O2W. Read/Write speed up to 3090/1050.
  • Store4PC via Amazon [amazon.com] has Sabrent 512GB Rocket NVMe SSD for $89.99 with 10% off promo code 10BY4O2W. Read/Write speed up to 3400/2000.
  • Store4PC via Amazon [amazon.com] has Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe SSD for $179.99 with 10% off promo code 10BY4O2W. Read/Write speed up to 3400/3000.
  • Store4PC via Amazon [amazon.com] has Sabrent 2TB Rocket NVMe SSD for $404.99 with 10% off promo code 10BY4O2W. Read/Write speed up to 3400/2750.
Controller: Phison E12.
NAND flash:TLC 3D BiCS3 (Toshiba).
MTBF: 1,800,000 hours.

M.2 2280 SSD from 256GB to 2TB in capacity, using Toshiba 3D TLC NAND and an NVMe interface via a Phison E12 NVMe controller.

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-EX950...5000006421

2TB HP EX950 for $364 for those looking for 2TB model.
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Looks Like rebranded MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro
reviews for MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro here [tomshardware.com]
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FWIW, from Tom's re: the Crucial:

Just like the 660p, the P1 features Micron's latest 64-layer 3D QLC flash and a Silicon Motion NVMe SSD controller.
The P1 breaks the SATA 6Gb/s barrier with its NVMe interface and delivers sequential throughput of up to 2/1.7 GB/s read/write, but we found that its real-world application performance is similar to the company's SATA MX500 SSD. Coupled with higher-than-anticipated launch pricing, the P1 is a tough sell in the ultra-competitive SSD market.
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Are these rebranded drives?
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May want to call out form factor in the title if you have the space, may help users that are specific in their H/W needs.
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Looks Like rebranded MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro
reviews for MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro here [tomshardware.com]
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Looks Like rebranded MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro
reviews for MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro here [tomshardware.com]
If it is a rebranded MyDigitalSSD I feel much better about the quality. I've had a couple M.D.SSD and they have been great.
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-EX950...5000006421

2TB HP EX950 for $364 for those looking for 2TB model.
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Pretty close to Evo 970 prices when they have been on here previously
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What is the warranty and customer service quality? Will you be having issues dealing with warranty?
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The very highly rated 1 TB Crucial SSD NVME on Amazon has been sitting at $145 for several weeks now, if not longer. I assume the deal here is the 2TB option?

To the benchmarks!

Edit: Hmmm, the read/write speeds are much lower for the Crucial...wonder why? Both are NVME. Also, by "highly rated", I meant Crucial as a known, good brand for memory and SSD's, not this particular drive.
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The very highly rated 1 TB Crucial SSD NVME on Amazon has been sitting at $145 for several weeks now, if not longer. I assume the deal here is the 2TB option?
Reads/Writes seem substantially slower on that Crucial. Not sure what the Warranty is on the Sabrent though.
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Reads/Writes seem substantially slower on that Crucial. Not sure what the Warranty is on the Sabrent though.
FWIW, from Tom's re: the Crucial:

Just like the 660p, the P1 features Micron's latest 64-layer 3D QLC flash and a Silicon Motion NVMe SSD controller.
The P1 breaks the SATA 6Gb/s barrier with its NVMe interface and delivers sequential throughput of up to 2/1.7 GB/s read/write, but we found that its real-world application performance is similar to the company's SATA MX500 SSD. Coupled with higher-than-anticipated launch pricing, the P1 is a tough sell in the ultra-competitive SSD market.
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Wow, so as I was looking for benchmarks on this drive compared to others, I came across this little blurb about QLC drives (like the Crucial I mentioned above):
"QLC SSDs mitigate this through adaptive SLC caching, but the short version of the story is after writing 10-15GB of data to the SSD at once, write speeds will drop from 1,500MB/s down to 100MB/s"
OMG

Ummm, no thanks! Obviously not the norm, but every single picture I take with my DSLR generates 30 to 35mb (RAW+JPG) - imagine transferring an SD card full of pics to a QLC drive...oof. If I'm not mistaken, that 100MB/s is around 20 to 25% of a typical SATA SSD. And to boot, the QLC drives are more expensive! I guess they are just trying to sell to as many suckers as they can now, while they wait for production costs to go down enough to where they would be cheaper than SATA SSD's. Or, just could be a technology that didn't pan out as expected, for whatever reason.
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What is the warranty and customer service quality? Will you be having issues dealing with warranty?
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Reads/Writes seem substantially slower on that Crucial. Not sure what the Warranty is on the Sabrent though.

sabrent is generally very good on warranty.
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