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Store4PC via Amazon [amazon.com] has Sabrent 256GB Rocket NVMe High Performance Internal SSD for $40 with 15% off promo code 15P3B4PCController: 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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They're a decently priced storage company. They have hard drives, mounts and transfer sata bays and power solutions. I've had one of their 3.5 SSD for about 3 years with no issue but they have solid reviews on all of their products and I have never had an issue with any of the drive bays, drivers or USB ports that I have purchased. Even though their product lines do not directly compete, they are similar to Anker but Sabrent focuses mostly around computer hardware and accessories. They also typically carry a two year warranty on their computer parts and peripherals. Hope that helps.
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I'm so glad 2TB NVMe SSDs have dropped so far in price since Samsung put the first one out for an eye-watering $1200.

...too bad I don't need one anymore lol
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How easy are these to install? What might I be missing to install this in a desktop?
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How easy are these to install? What might I be missing to install this in a desktop?
You'll need to see if your motherboard has an m.2 slot. If you do, it's as simple as installing RAM. Chances are though if you're asking, you don't have the slot.
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How easy are these to install? What might I be missing to install this in a desktop?
You'll need a newer motherboard that supports m.2, or an M.2 to SATA adapter. They're super easy to install, just push into place, and screw it down.
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You'll need to see if your motherboard has an m.2 slot. If you do, it's as simple as installing RAM. Chances are though if you're asking, you don't have the slot.
That's not entirely true. I didn't know my desktop had an m.2 slot (although I assumed it did based on other factors) until I cracked the case to add a 3.5" drive for security cameras, only to find out only had one 3.5 slot.

Now I'm looking for an m.2 drive to replace the spinner it came with, so I have a space for my WD people surveillance drive.
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Thanks for info, never realized I was only using SATA ssds until recently finding out how much faster nvme m2 are... I believe my aurora r7 would have a m.2 slot ..

Anyone care to comment on how much faster this nvme ssd would be compared to my 850 samsung EVO? I'm under the impression they are freaking 7x faster than a SATA SSD... but that not all NVME ssd are the same... is this accurate? Is this upgrade worth it? TIA
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Could someone please tell me about this brand? I've only seen it through Slickdeals and I don't really know anything about them.
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Could someone please tell me about this brand? I've only seen it through Slickdeals and I don't really know anything about them.
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They're a decently priced storage company. They have hard drives, mounts and transfer sata bays and power solutions. I've had one of their 3.5 SSD for about 3 years with no issue but they have solid reviews on all of their products and I have never had an issue with any of the drive bays, drivers or USB ports that I have purchased. Even though their product lines do not directly compete, they are similar to Anker but Sabrent focuses mostly around computer hardware and accessories. They also typically carry a two year warranty on their computer parts and peripherals. Hope that helps.
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For those who wants to utilize the power of the NMVe, you can find cheap PCIe adapters. Don't get the NMVe to SSD. You'll slow it down in terms of speed; however, the difference in speed may not be noticeable for majority of people
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That's not entirely true. I didn't know my desktop had an m.2 slot (although I assumed it did based on other factors) until I cracked the case to add a 3.5" drive for security cameras, only to find out only had one 3.5 slot.

Now I'm looking for an m.2 drive to replace the spinner it came with, so I have a space for my WD people surveillance drive.
Make sure your motherboard supports m.2 pcie. It's not as simple as just having the slot.
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They're a decently priced storage company. They have hard drives, mounts and transfer sata bays and power solutions. I've had one of their 3.5 SSD for about 3 years with no issue but they have solid reviews on all of their products and I have never had an issue with any of the drive bays, drivers or USB ports that I have purchased. Even though their product lines do not directly compete, they are similar to Anker but Sabrent focuses mostly around computer hardware and accessories. They also typically carry a two year warranty on their computer parts and peripherals. Hope that helps.
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Thanks for info, never realized I was only using SATA ssds until recently finding out how much faster nvme m2 are... I believe my aurora r7 would have a m.2 slot ..

Anyone care to comment on how much faster this nvme ssd would be compared to my 850 samsung EVO? I'm under the impression they are freaking 7x faster than a SATA SSD... but that not all NVME ssd are the same... is this accurate? Is this upgrade worth it? TIA

should be solid 4x faster (based on specs). but u'd prob notice much difference unless you're moving a lot of data between drives or writing some other speed intensive stuff
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Correct you won't really notice a difference except maybe boot times and anything that needs sequential R/W speeds like between 2 nvme drives. I have an Adata SX8200 which is a tad faster and I do NOT load into games like BFV Andy faster than others and I'm on Gigabit...
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