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Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD 500GB for $89.99, 2TB for $319.99 AC + FS

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The ADATA XPG S50 is basically the same Phison E16 chipset that was available for cheaper a few days ago?
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when sabrent changed up their ssd spec and lessened the ram config , it really pissed off alot of buyers. this was recent , on the sabrent rocket pcie 3

Buh overall, if anyone's just casual, it's probably a non-issue.
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Posted this earlier, Picked it up as a cache drive. I heard that AMD funded their development of their PCIe4 ssds since AMD wanted drives that were usable in their new mobos . Which gives me confidence that Sabrent isn't going to muck this up. Manufacturer also has 5 year warranty - Which for my use as a Cache drive - is poifect.

Bitchin' speeds regardless of longevity - something goes wrong, 5yr warranty. I'm ok with that gamble for next gen tech @ $150.
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Bought the 1TB for boot drive + program, and a 2TB for working files. Thanks!
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Can i ise tbis on 2011 macbook pro???
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when sabrent changed up their ssd spec and lessened the ram config , it really pissed off alot of buyers. this was recent , on the sabrent rocket pcie 3

Buh overall, if anyone's just casual, it's probably a non-issue.
It's a different model. They didn't exactly change from TLC to QLC and kept the same model number.
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Posted this earlier, Picked it up as a cache drive. I heard that AMD funded their development of their PCIe4 ssds since AMD wanted drives that were usable in their new mobos . Which gives me confidence that Sabrent isn't going to muck this up. Manufacturer also has 5 year warranty - Which for my use as a Cache drive - is poifect.

Bitchin' speeds regardless of longevity - something goes wrong, 5yr warranty. I'm ok with that gamble for next gen tech @ $150.
Can anyone tell me how the speed of this card compares to my XPG 8200? I want a 2tb card that is as fast or faster than my XPG8200 1tb NVMe card. and I'm a rookie.
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Can anyone tell me how the speed of this card compares to my XPG 8200? I want a 2tb card that is as fast or faster than my XPG8200 1tb NVMe card. and I'm a rookie.
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It's a different model. They didn't exactly change from TLC to QLC and kept the same model number.
that was not my point, they're not a reliable source of these things. Sabrent is a flipper, they buy stuff rebrand and flip for profit.
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This is 1tb for $159 on Amazon
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that was not my point, they're not a reliable source of these things. Sabrent is a flipper, they buy stuff rebrand and flip for profit.
Are they switching btw specs without telling the customer?
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Are they switching btw specs without telling the customer?
exactly, that's the problem, they don't tell you .
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exactly, that's the problem, they don't tell you .
For the same model number?
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