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Altatac via Rakuten has select Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drives on sale below when you apply coupon code BF20 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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Altatac via Rakuten has 1TB or 2TB Rocket Sabrent NvMe Solid State Drives on sale with coupon code THANKS20 for :Highly Rated product, cheaper then last fp deal

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  • Thursday 11/28 (until 11:59 PM PST): THANKS20
  • Friday 11/29 (until 11:59 PM PST): BF20
  • Monday 12/2 (until 11:59 PM PST): CYBER20
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Based on my online research and reading, ADATA SX8200 Pro is based on SM2262EN controller whereas SABRENT Rocket is based on Phison E12.

Both are the latest PCIe 3.0 controller, have 5 years warranty and receive excellent feedback from expert reviews with SM2262EN based drives being faster when empty but quite slower vs. others when the drive is full. On the other hand, E12 based drives tend to be more consistent and comparable (just a tad slower) than other top contenders, e.g. Samsung Evo 960, 970, WD Black SN750.

If speed is the priority, then go with ADATA SX8200 Pro (or any other SM2262EN based products) but make sure to not fill it up. If overall performance consistency is the priority, then SABRENT E12 based is more suitable while still providing plenty of speed, just slightly not as fast.

My preference go to E12 based drives as I privilege overall performance consistency.

References:
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13955/the-silicon-power-p34a80-ssd-review-phison-e12-with-newer-firmware/4

https://www.anandtech.com/show/13131/the-silicon-motion-sm2262en-ssd-controller-preview
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Never heard of Sabrent before. Are they a reliable brand?
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Never heard of Sabrent before. Are they a reliable brand?
They are a legit brand. Been around for years.
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You serious?
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Come on Amazon... price match. I have some Amazon GCs I can use.
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You serious?
I felt like asking you that when you said you've never heard of them.
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can i use the the mastercard points deal on the 1tb?
after tax is 108,but before tax is 99
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Is this easy to remove and read with an external reader?
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Which one is better? This or ADATA XPG SX8200 PRO 1TB? Both have almost same price.
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Come on Amazon... price match. I have some Amazon GCs I can use.
Amazon has it for the same price after coupons...the post is around here somewhere...
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Amazon has it for the same price after coupons...the post is around here somewhere...
Thanks. But I'm looking at the 2 TB model.
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Which one is better? This or ADATA XPG SX8200 PRO 1TB? Both have almost same price.
Based on my online research and reading, ADATA SX8200 Pro is based on SM2262EN controller whereas SABRENT Rocket is based on Phison E12.

Both are the latest PCIe 3.0 controller, have 5 years warranty and receive excellent feedback from expert reviews with SM2262EN based drives being faster when empty but quite slower vs. others when the drive is full. On the other hand, E12 based drives tend to be more consistent and comparable (just a tad slower) than other top contenders, e.g. Samsung Evo 960, 970, WD Black SN750.

If speed is the priority, then go with ADATA SX8200 Pro (or any other SM2262EN based products) but make sure to not fill it up. If overall performance consistency is the priority, then SABRENT E12 based is more suitable while still providing plenty of speed, just slightly not as fast.

My preference go to E12 based drives as I privilege overall performance consistency.

References:
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13955/the-silicon-power-p34a80-ssd-review-phison-e12-with-newer-firmware/4

https://www.anandtech.com/show/13131/the-silicon-motion-sm2262en-ssd-controller-preview
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