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Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 Internal SSDs: 2TB $200, 1TB EXPIRED

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Sabrent via Newegg (Sold and Shipped by Sabrent) has select Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drives on sale below when you apply the corresponding promo codes listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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For anyone asking about speed, trust me its irrelevant unless you are working on Avatar 2 or at NASA.
nvme SSD's are so fast you wont see the difference in anything, even high performance games on highest settings.

I would be more concerned about the warranty and brand. The Sabrent Rocket is great.
If you are working at NASA or compiling terabytes of work then The Samsung 970-PRO is what you want. Otherwise just look for a great brand at the $100 (on sale) for 1TB range and you should be good to go.
ADATA, Sabrent, Adlink. ect.
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How does this compare to xpg 8200 or HPex950?
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as NewMaxx will probably chime in these are getting silently refreshed with what some may consider an inferior drive, if a solid 1tb NVMe drive @ $100 is what you are looking for then this is a great deal. If you are looking for as close to Samsung 970 as you can get then maybe the Gammix S11 PRO/SX8200 PRO are something to look at for slightly more money
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Just need an Amazon PM to seal the deal.
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How much faster is this than a 660p? Considering returning the one I got for $83 for something faster, but I have no idea what a faster ssd would even do for me.
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How much faster is this than a 660p? Considering returning the one I got for $83 for something faster, but I have no idea what a faster ssd would even do for me.
It probably wouldn't be much different in everyday use. Sequential read\write is around 1000MB\sec faster on this compared to 660p.
I was using 660p, with the 2tb of this my computer booted up maybe a half second faster. I returned it, not worth the extra money for normal users.

edit: I know it's tempting to want to upgrade.. new things are fun.. but in this case I would save your money unless you are regularly transferring multiple gigabytes of files and want the additional speed.
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How much faster is this than a 660p? Considering returning the one I got for $83 for something faster, but I have no idea what a faster ssd would even do for me.
The issue with the 660p is the QLC memory. From what I understand the, QLC has a shorter life and becomes slower, the fuller the drive is. If you plan to keep the drive pretty full, steer clear of the 660p.
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Is that faster then Evo 860 ?
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Question: I bought this one and installed it on my Lenovo Y540 15 inch. When I ran CrystalDiskMark, I'm only getting 2GB/s read. Write speed is ok around 3GB/s. Is this normal? TIA!

Update: I noticed that if I use previous version. of CDM, which is 6, I can get the advertised speed. but if I use latest v7 of CDM, I'm getting slower speed. I think it's because different test profile. Appreciate it if anyone who knows more on this could confirm. Thanks!
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For anyone asking about speed, trust me its irrelevant unless you are working on Avatar 2 or at NASA.
nvme SSD's are so fast you wont see the difference in anything, even high performance games on highest settings.

I would be more concerned about the warranty and brand. The Sabrent Rocket is great.
If you are working at NASA or compiling terabytes of work then The Samsung 970-PRO is what you want. Otherwise just look for a great brand at the $100 (on sale) for 1TB range and you should be good to go.
ADATA, Sabrent, Adlink. ect.
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Is the 1TB version suitable for ultrabooks? Is it 1-sided?
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Is the 1TB version suitable for ultrabooks? Is it 1-sided?
No it is double sided. My Lenovo 730s and X1 carbon need single-sided. This won't fix. I am looking for good 1TB single-sided SSD too.
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Me too. I have gift cards.
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