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Store4Memory via Amazon has select Sabrent Rocket Solid State Drives on sale starting at $89.99 after corresponding promotions listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Available options:
  • Rocket Q NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 High Performance Internal SSD:
    • 1TB $99.99 after $20 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
    • 2TB $199.99 after $50 'Deal of the Day' automatic discount
    • 4TB $699.99 -> now $599.99 after $150 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
    • 8TB $1,299.99 after $100 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
      • This option is from Store4PC via Amazon
  • Rocket NVMe 4.0 Gen4 PCIe M.2 Extreme Performance Internal SSD:
    • 500GB $99.99 after $20 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
    • 1TB $159.99 after $40 'Deal of the Day' automatic discount
    • 1TB w/ Heatsink $179.99 after $40 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
    • 2TB $335.97 after $64 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
    • 2TB w/ Heatsink $335.98 after $84 'clippable' coupon
Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 High Performance Internal SSD:
  • 256GB $44.99 after $5 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 512GB $69.99 after $10 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 1TB $119.99 after $30 'Deal of the Day' automatic discount
  • 2TB $229.99 after $50 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Maximum Performance Internal SSD:
  • 1TB $139.99 after $20 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 1TB w/ Heatsink $149.99 after $30 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 2TB $255.99 after $64 'clippable' coupon
  • 2TB w/ Heatsink $289.97 after $50 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
Rocket Nano USB 3.2 10Gb/s Aluminum External SSD:
  • 512GB $89.99 after $10 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 1TB
    • Silver $127.99 > now $137.99 after $32 discount
    • Black $129.99 after $40 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 2TB
    • Black $237.99 -> now $239.99 after $60 'Deal of the Day' automatic discount
    • Silver $249.99 after $50 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
Rocket Nano Rugged IP67 Waterproof USB 3.2 10Gb/s Aluminum External SSD w/ Bumper Guard:
  • 512GB $99.99 after $30 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 1TB $139.99 after $50 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 2TB $263.99 after $66 'Deal of the Day' automatic discount
Rocket XTRM Thunderbolt 3 External SSD:
  • 500GB $199.99 after $50 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 1TB $299.99 after $50 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 2TB $399.99 after $150 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
  • 4TB $719.99 after $180 'Deal of the Day' automatic discount
    • In stock September 30, 2020
Rocket XTRM-Q USB 3.2 / Thunderbolt 3 External SSD:
  • 2TB $299.99 after $60 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
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Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drives:
  • 1TB [amazon.com]: for $119.99 - $20 with Clip Coupon = $99.99
  • 2TB [amazon.com]: for $249.99 - $50 with DOTD = $199.99
  • 4TB [amazon.com]: for $749.99 - $50 with Clip Coupon = $699.99 now $599.99 after $150 'clippable' coupon
  • 8TB [amazon.com]:for $1399.99- $100 with Clip Coupon = $1299.99 - 3rd Party Seller Store4PC
Sabrent Rocket NVMe 4.0 Gen4 PCIe M.2 Internal SSD Extreme Performance Solid State Drives:
  • 500GB [amazon.com]: for $119.99 - $20 with Clipped Coupon = $99.99
  • 1TB [amazon.com]: for $199.99 - $40 with DOTD = $159.99
  • 2TB [amazon.com]: for $399.99 - $64 with Clipped Coupon = $335.99 - Now $335.97 a/c
  • 500GB [amazon.com]: + Heatsink: for $129.99 - $20 with Clipped Coupon = $109.99 NLA
  • 1TB [amazon.com]: + Heatsink: for $219.99 - $40 with Clipped Coupon = $179.99
  • 2TB [amazon.com]: + Heatsink: for $419.99 - $64 with DOTD = $335.99 - Now $84 off coupon - $335.98
Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drives:Sabrent Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD Maximum Performance Solid State Drives:
  • 1TB [amazon.com]: for $159.99 - $20 with Clipped Coupon = $139.99
  • 2TB [amazon.com]: for $319.99 - $40 with DOTD = $255.99 - Now $64.00 off coupon - $255.99
  • 1TB [amazon.com]: + Heatsink: for $179.99 - $30 with Clipped Coupon = $149.99
  • 2TB [amazon.com]: + Heatsink: for $339.99 - $50 with Clipped Coupon = $289.99 - Now $289.97
Sabrent Rocket Nano USB 3.2 10Gb/s External Aluminum SSDs:

silver
  • 512GB [amazon.com]:for $99.99 -$10 with Clipped Coupon = $89.99
  • 1TB [amazon.com]:for $169.99 - $42 with DOTD = 127.99 - Now $32 off - $137.99
  • 2TB [amazon.com]:for $299.99 - $50 with Clipped Coupon = $249.99
blackrugged and waterproof [ip67]Sabrent Rocket XTRM Thunderbolt 3 External SSDs:
  • 500GB [amazon.com]:for $249.99 -$50 with Clipped Coupon = $199.99
  • 1TB [amazon.com]:for $349.99 - $50 with Clipped Coupon = $299.99
  • 2TB [amazon.com]:for $549.99 - $150 with Clipped Coupon = $399.99
  • 4TB [amazon.com]:for $899.99 - $180 with DOTD = $719.99 In stock on September 30, 2020. - Few in Stock
Sabrent Rocket XTRM-Q USB 3.2 / Thunderbolt 3 External SSDs:
  • 500GB [amazon.com]:for $169.99- $10 with Clipped Coupon = $159.99 NLA
  • 1TB [amazon.com]:for $219.99 - $20 with Clipped Coupon = $199.99 NLA
  • 2TB [amazon.com]:for $359.99- $60 with Clipped Coupon = $299.99
  • 4TB [amazon.com]: for $829.99 - $130 with Clipped Coupon = $699.99 NLA
  • 8TB [amazon.com]:for $1499.99- $100 with Clipped Coupon = $1399.99
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What's the real difference between the $99.99 1TB q version and $120 1TB non q version?
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What's the real difference between the $99.99 1TB q version and $120 1TB non q version?
Q version is Read 3200 mb/s, write 2000 mb/s and non-Q version is read 3450 mb/s, write 3000 mb/s
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What's the real difference between the $99.99 1TB q version and $120 1TB non q version?
The Q version is QLC.
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They will be supporting Gen4 with the 11th gen CPUs. If you got a 10th gen right now the 11th gen will fit in the z490 boards and some motherboards will support gen4 when there is a 11th gen CPU in there. The list of motherbaords so far that will support gen4 with the 11th gen CPU are listed in this article: https://wccftech.com/z490-motherb...-gigabyte/
Thanks, i am on a z490 board by Asrock. we'll see how that plays out.
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Going to put a 2tb in laptop as OS drive.. tlc or qlc? Also assuming there's no space for heatsink, even low profile does it still come down to marginal speed vs longevity putting aside price for a sec?
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don't want to turn this into a troubleshooting post but just wanted to mention that i've been using the 1TB gen4 nvme drive on windows 10 pro for a few months and noticed some lag and the need to refresh the current window. so if i were to move a file from one location to another, the windows won't refresh and the file seems like it's still in the original location. these files are a few GB in size. i just have to F5 and refresh the window. also, don't expect the speed to feel like it's significantly faster than gen3. on linux though, i do feel the speed. it could be windows drivers or just windows overall. just wanted to share my experience with the gen4 drive. BTW, i'm using Gigabyte Aorus Master X570 and Ryzen 3900X with 32GB of ram
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Ughhhh, im on Intel PCIe gen 3, but i want to buy gen 4 for future proofing. Should I?
No, these are first gen 4.0. Not worth it if you cant use it now. Faster drives will be out by the time you upgrade to use the 4.0.
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Also really easy upgrade from a 2.5" ssd to the m.2 with the software included.
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No, these are first gen 4.0. Not worth it if you cant use it now. Faster drives will be out by the time you upgrade to use the 4.0.
Gotta think of it in reverse,if you were upgrading a Mobo, getting X570 or b550 would be better than buying a shitty Intel board. Ssd prices will come down.. mobos not so much.
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No, these are first gen 4.0. Not worth it if you cant use it now. Faster drives will be out by the time you upgrade to use the 4.0.
Won't the new ones cost significantly more? So then, everyone will be trying to snipe these for about the same price as now?
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Going to put a 2tb in laptop as OS drive.. tlc or qlc? Also assuming there's no space for heatsink, even low profile does it still come down to marginal speed vs longevity putting aside price for a sec?
price is the point of qlc really. but ignoring price, tlc will be better with speed and longevity, yes (generally speaking). for everyday use though, that difference will not really matter.
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Gotta think of it in reverse,if you were upgrading a Mobo, getting X570 or b550 would be better than buying a shitty Intel board. Ssd prices will come down.. mobos not so much.
are you just trolling? if the other person has an intel cpu, why would they "upgrade" to a ryzen board?
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Won't the new ones cost significantly more? So then, everyone will be trying to snipe these for about the same price as now?
nand prices have been on a downward trajectory since, well, forever. pcie gen 4 ssd production will ramp up when (or even before) it actually makes sense to upgrade to gen 4 or when it becomes mainstream, which will reduce prices (economy of scale).

it only really makes sense to get gen 4 now if you do a lot of professional work with large files (or a ton of small files) utilizing the advertised speeds. otherwise, there's just a large marketing hype around pci gen 4 that "enthusiasts" are buying into.
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Won't the new ones cost significantly more? So then, everyone will be trying to snipe these for about the same price as now?
Usually price will come down as the market saturates and the old technology is replaced. The point is the current pcie 4.0 drives are not a ton faster than the 3.0s. Sure in raw throughput they are, but for other things not a huge jump. Most users would probably not even see a difference.

Futureproofing on 1.0 hardware isnt a good idea. Espwcially if you cant use it now.
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price is the point of qlc really. but ignoring price, tlc will be better with speed and longevity, yes (generally speaking). for everyday use though, that difference will not really matter.

are you just trolling? if the other person has an intel cpu, why would they "upgrade" to a ryzen board?
Intel consumers are not futureproofing with nvme 4, they are throwing money in the toilet.. Intel has a short sighted self interest in not helping it's Mobo chipset makers to design nvme 4.. The marketplace has spoken... that said, Intel has ALOT of market share to lose before it hurts. Honestly didn't assume the poster had interest in Intel upgrade path. Anyone considering nvme4 should already be in the AMD camp or going there upon next build neat term <3months!
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Very good pricing on Sabrent Gen4, which have performed well in most of the benchmarks I have seen compared to other drives. However, I am personally going to wait for benchmarking of the Samsung 980 series when that launches - it's rumored to blow these speeds out of the water
Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus is coming out (check out website) and it is supposedly already better than 980 Pro.
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