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Sabrent Rocket NVMe SSDs: 2TB $260, 1TB $114, 512GB $66, 256GB

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Store4pc via Amazon has select Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drives on sale listed below when you apply the corresponding promotion code at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
Also available, Store4pc via Amazon has select Sabrent Rocket Pro NVMe USB 3.1 External Aluminum Solid State Drives on sale listed below when you apply the corresponding promotion code at checkout. Shipping is free.
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Store4pc via Amazon.com have the following Sabrent SSD Lines on sale:

Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drives:Sabrent Rocket Pro NVMe USB 3.1 External Aluminum SSDs:(Make sure the item is sold by Store4pc)
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I have the 1TB. Blazing fast, and at this price it's a steal! Just be mindful that it does not do 512e so if you're planning on cloning a different drive, you might have some trouble unless you have the correct software.
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E12 controller I think, this is a good deal (EDIT: Uses the Phison E12 with Toshiba's 64L 3D TLC NAND, like many other drives: Corsair MP510, MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro, Addlink S70, and Seagate BarraCuda/FireCuda 510)
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Sabrent, Adata, Silicon Power et al are like what Belkin and Dlink are for networking products amongst others. They are primarily marketing, sales, supply chain outfits that have very little in-house development. They look for maturing products that can be created through their supply chain by putting together third party components and then slapping their brand on them and pushing it through their sales and marketing channels.

Because of good third party controllers and decent availability of memory chips these days (no more cartel price fixing), these companies have come into this market fairly heavily. Good for the consumers.
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E12 controller I think, this is a good deal (EDIT: Uses the Phison E12 with Toshiba's 64L 3D TLC NAND, like many other drives: Corsair MP510, MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro, Addlink S70, and Seagate BarraCuda/FireCuda 510)
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Wow.

This is a fantastic deal. I was about to buy some last night. Glad I waited.
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I have the 1TB. Blazing fast, and at this price it's a steal! Just be mindful that it does not do 512e so if you're planning on cloning a different drive, you might have some trouble unless you have the correct software.
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E12 controller I think, this is a good deal (EDIT: Uses the Phison E12 with Toshiba's 64L 3D TLC NAND, like many other drives: Corsair MP510, MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro, Addlink S70, and Seagate BarraCuda/FireCuda 510, although the warranty does not stand up with other drives in this category)
Looks like same 5 year warranty if you register the product
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Sabrent, first time heard this brand SSD.
own some Sabrent pc peripheral products.
great price!
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Looks like same 5 year warranty if you register the product
Thanks, repped.

After browsing numerous threads (call-out to Newmaxx and other folks in this thread and many others:

https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/471703)

Basically you can't go wrong with any of the Phison E12 drives, don't whip yourself into a frenzy going through TDW and other things, going rate for a 1tb E12 is about $135 now, take your pick from any of them (here at $115 is great!)
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Uggg code can only be used on 1 drive and only 1 order. Tried placing a second order but it won't apply.
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It's too bad the external thunderbolt 3 NVMe drives aren't on sale this time. Bought the 2TB last time and it's been awesome.
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Pulled the trigger on the 2tb for $260 for my Hades Canyon NUC, thanks and repped.
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Make sure you are aware that it would be near impossible to move your existing OS (unless it's 4K sector hdd/ssd) to this nvme. Clean install should not be an issue.
Their customer service is garbage.
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Bought the 2TB HP EX950 (SM2262EN controller) for about $40 more a couple of weeks ago. Worth returning and buying this instead for a laptop running a mostly-sequential-read database?
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Phison E12 based, gets two schwings up alone for that.
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