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Terrific 👍 if the speed really could reach 4GB/s, but need compatible CPU and motherboard first haha😄
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Too bad, even the newly released Intel 10xxx do not support PCie 4.0
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I got the Sabrent Rocket for 200 from amazon...not sure it was a wise decision. considering there weren't any real world benefits besides benchmarks...
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Hold all your NVMe SSD buying. Both Micron and AData have announced new lines of drives. Making a recent series of sales none too surprising. Price should come down further if people aren't rushing in to buy. We need a supply glut for the manufacturers to be more aggressive on the pricing.
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Too bad, even the newly released Intel 10xxx do not support PCie 4.0
Yeah, it's a shame. Its priced so high too, new socket and all, yet still no pcie4.0....
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FYI.

Available at Amazon for $184.99 with coupon. No $10 gift card but could be cheaper for those who have a 5% Prime reward credit card.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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I have the xpg s11 pro and honestly for real world use only daily task and gaming, it wasn't much of a difference to the older 2.5ssd I have. This being even better than my s11 pro, I'm not sure There would be any different except for benchmark numbers
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Dang, $90 more than a normal 1tb just because it's 4.0
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This is only one of a few pci 4 SSDs available. Newer faster ones with different controller should come by the end of the year. I did buy one of these six months ago because they were $130 back then, sad that flash memory went up in price.
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Too bad, even the newly released Intel 10xxx do not support PCie 4.0
Just get x570 boards. No idea why anyone would go Intel these days.
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Just get x570 boards. No idea why anyone would go Intel these days.
AMD has been killing it at their pricing. Their chips cut around some corners but so does the cost of it. Intel chips thus have diminishing returns compared to AMD.
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Yeah, it's a shame. Its priced so high too, new socket and all, yet still no pcie4.0....
Wow, really? Talk about Intel being slow and all...
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Still too slow for PS5?!
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AMD has been killing it at their pricing. Their chips cut around some corners but so does the cost of it. Intel chips thus have diminishing returns compared to AMD.
CPUs are good, but yet to prove they can put the gpu driver and performance issues to bed.
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