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Sabrent Rocket PCIe 4.0 Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD's: 1TB $170, 500GB

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Store4PC via Amazon has select Sabrent Rocket PCIe 4.0 Gen4 M.2 NVMe Solid State Drives on sale when you apply the corresponding promotion code below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Note, must apply the listed promo code(s) in cart to reflect prices. Items must be sold by Store4PC and fulfilled by Amazon.All Sabrent SSDs come with Acronis True Image for Sabrent Software for easy Cloning. For those who require a specific sector size to clone their existing SSDs: A newly released Sabrent utility enables users to re-format the Rocket drive and choose the sector size of their liking, either 512-bytes or 4Kbytes.
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Store4pc via Amazon.com has the Sabrent Rocket NVMe 4.0 Gen4 PCIe M.2 Internal SSDExtreme Performance Solid State Drives on saleAll Sabrent SSDs come with Acronis True Image for SabrentSoftware for easy Cloning [sabrent.com]. For those who require a specific sector size to clonetheir existing SSDs: A newly releasedSabrent utility enables users to re-format theRocket drive and choose the sector size of their liking, either 512-bytes or 4Kbytes.

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The newer drives come preformatted as 512e instead of 4Kn (even though 4Kn is superior, 512e is more compatible). Sabrent also released a utility to format either way you like. Also, the issue only impacted OS clones from 512e. Your information is a bit out of date.
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500 GB at any speed or interface doesn't sound good to me at $100 +.
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all of the NVME 4.0 drives have 5-year warranty from Sabrent, FYI.
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Not sure why TD, seems like a great price to me if you want Gen 4 PCIE
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Any deals on original Rocket NvME SSD's?
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Sabrent, no thx.
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Sabrent, no thx.
^^^ this -- bought one of these and never could get the 4K sector function to work reliably. It simply was not worth the hours of troubleshooting re-cloning of disks, etc. so when you factor in the additional cost was a no-brainer to return. Sabrent technical support was less than useful.
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I have a 570 board, which has pcie 4.0. However, I have a Ryzen 2600. Will my processor limit the speed on this drive? In other words, is a 3000 series CPU necessary?
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^^^ this -- bought one of these and never could get the 4K sector function to work reliably. It simply was not worth the hours of troubleshooting re-cloning of disks, etc. so when you factor in the additional cost was a no-brainer to return. Sabrent technical support was less than useful.
The newer drives come preformatted as 512e instead of 4Kn (even though 4Kn is superior, 512e is more compatible). Sabrent also released a utility to format either way you like. Also, the issue only impacted OS clones from 512e. Your information is a bit out of date.
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I have a 570 board, which has pcie 4.0. However, I have a Ryzen 2600. Will my processor limit the speed on this drive? In other words, is a 3000 series CPU necessary?
Yes. The primary M.2 socket uses x4 direct CPU lanes which will be PCIe 3.0 on the 2600. The chipset will be x4 PCIe 3.0 lanes upstream to match the CPU so downstream speed is irrelevant for the other M.2 sockets.
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is Sabrent reliable Drive ? Was planning to get Samsung Evo 960 or Crucial.
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is Sabrent reliable Drive ? Was planning to get Samsung Evo 960 or Crucial.
I purchased a 2TB / PCIe 3.0 back in July and so far it has been flawless.

I opted out of the PCIe 4.0 version since I wouldn't justify the 2x increase in price for minimal performance gains for my type of usage.
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I was going to downvote this because you can get a Samsung 970 Evo NVME 1TB for the same price as this 1TB, but I didn't.

Because I didn't realize this is NVME 4.0, and I think that makes the difference if your system supports it.

Personally? I'd still pick the Samsung. It's still blazing fast, and has a longer warranty.
And I don't especially plan to use the warranty, but I find the length of warranty is a good indicator of how long the manufacturer expects the product to last.
all of the NVME 4.0 drives have 5-year warranty from Sabrent, FYI.
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500 GB at any speed or interface doesn't sound good to me at $100 +.
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