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Sabrent Rocket PCIe 4.0 M.2 NVMe SSD's: 2TB $400, 1TB EXPIRED

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Store4PC via Amazon has select Sabrent Rocket PCIe 4.0 M.2 NVMe Solid State Drives on sale when you apply the corresponding promotion code below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Available Sizes:
  • 1TB (SB-ROCKET-NVMe4-1TB) $199.19 -> now $199.99
  • 2TB (SB-ROCKET-NVMe4-2TB) $399.89 -> now $399.99
Note, You may also receive a Sabrent Rocket Heat Sink for Free when you add both to cart (discount applied at checkout). Must be shipped & sold by Store4PC to qualify for the heatsink offer. 


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  • promotion code 07KV75L9
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Store4PC via Amazon.com has the Sabrent Rocket Nvme PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 InternalSSD Maximum Performance Solid State Drive on sale with the following coupon codes:
  • 1TB [amazon.com] for $199.99 after promo code 17KQA6Y7 ->Code no longer needed
  • 2TB [amazon.com] for $399.99 after promo code 07KV75L9 ->Code no longer needed
+ FREE Sabrent Rocket Heat Sink [amazon.com] when you add both to cart(discount applied at checkout) NLA

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lol a CPU has no moving parts and requires a heat sink Wink
The NVMe SSDs produce heat when used and the more they are used, the more heat they will put out.
Snip from the web: "One of the most pressing concerns with PCI-e (NVMe) SSD is its greater susceptibility to thermal throttling. Due to the slim form factor, SSD's inability to effectively disperse heat gives an easily overheat result under heavy load"
Agreed. I also don't think these are worth the price premium. While they are twice as fast on paper than regular PCIe NVME drives, that's just the sequential speeds which only come into play when transferring large files. In everyday use, this won't feel any different than the standard drives (TLC NVME drives).

If you want something that really does feel faster, get the Intel Optane 900p drive. You can get the 280GB for $200-$250 and put your OS and all your most used programs and games on it. It has around 6-7 times the random read/write speed of regular NVME drives! That is what makes system responsiveness and opening programs FLY. Another thing that is cool is that you can use the WHOLE 280GB safely on these drives - they don't have the disadvantages that NAND drives have when it comes to filling up the drive too much. With a Samsung 970 EVO or something you wouldn't really want to go above 200GB on a 256GB drive.

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...173-2.html

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I'm having trouble getting the heatsink for free. Both are sold by store4pc, so, not sure what I'm doing wrong.
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I'm having trouble getting the heatsink for free. Both are sold by store4pc, so, not sure what I'm doing wrong.

must NOT be fulfilled by amazon.
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Useful bit of information from the product page:
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Note: In order to take advantage of these speeds, a PCIe Gen4 motherboard is REQUIRED. Otherwise it will be at pcie gen 3 speed at max of 3500MB/s. When installing any NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD directly onto a PCIe Gen4 Motherboard a Heatsink is required to dissipate the heat generated by the drives extreme speed levels to avoid thermal throttling and maximize performance.
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Thought we were getting smaller. Now they're getting bigger again lol
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Delete. Misread
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Awesome deal. I returned my sabrent m2 for 100$ from two weeks ago
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What does a heat sink do for an ssd? there aren't any spinning or moving parts...
lol a CPU has no moving parts and requires a heat sink Wink
The NVMe SSDs produce heat when used and the more they are used, the more heat they will put out.
Snip from the web: "One of the most pressing concerns with PCI-e (NVMe) SSD is its greater susceptibility to thermal throttling. Due to the slim form factor, SSD's inability to effectively disperse heat gives an easily overheat result under heavy load"
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Nice deal! Just in case anyone is wondering about the heatsink you would need it if your motherbaord doesn't provide one. My MSI X570 MEG ACE does provide one so I took the heatsink off my Corsair 1tb and used the one that's provided ont he motherboard and works well. If your motherboard doesn't have a heatshield/heatsink for this nvme you will need it as it runs hotter than the PCIe 3.0 NVMEs. The Corsair one was definitely hotter than the samsung 970 Evo+ I had in the other m.2 slot. Also this is about 30 bucks cheaper than the Corsair one I bought and that was after a combo discount at Microcenter.
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Have to think these prices will plummet pretty quickly
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Have to think these prices will plummet pretty quickly
Naturally, like DDR4 was beforehand it's just an early adopter fee due to PCIe4. It also depends if Intel will release 4.0 on new chipset come Q4.
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must NOT be fulfilled by amazon.
Store4pc is essentially Sabrent's Amazon storefront. They are authorized. Just bought the gen1 version of this drive to use in my new build I just completed. It's fast! Userbenchmark score for the drive was 202% which is outstanding!
Good drives for the money!
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