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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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Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus is coming out (check out website) and it is supposedly already better than 980 Pro.
Max is 10,000MB which is insane.. also gonna carry insane price
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260 TBW on the white label Sabrent
1660 TBW on the black label Sabrent

While the black label costs more it may be worth it in the long run depending on how its used (main drive vs. data drive)
Thanks, was looking for this. That's significantly more use you can get out of the drive.
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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 Intel system. Anyone considering nvme4 should already be in the AMD camp or going there upon next build neat term <3months!
I would argue that PCI gen (currently) is not an important enough factor in deciding Intel vs AMD. Intel has been digging its own grave a bit for sure, but they do have enough resources to get out of it, so it's just a matter of time. PCI gen 4 alone will not make enough of a difference to "futureproof" (I hate that word). by the time PCI gen 4 makes a noticeable difference, Intel will already have it, and whatever current Ryzen platform (CPU & chipset) will also be outdated.

this is common knowledge at this point, but generally speaking, for professional work that utilizes more cores/threads, AMD is the better choice, and for gaming, Intel is the better choice. for everyday use, it does not matter one diddly bit. since I use my PC for gaming, the only AMD CPU I would consider is the 3300x (which is impossible to find) if I wanted a budget build, but otherwise, it makes no sense for me to buy any other Ryzen CPU. I sincerely hope Zen 3 proves me wrong, though.
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I would argue that PCI gen (currently) is not an important enough factor in deciding Intel vs AMD. Intel has been digging its own grave a bit for sure, but they do have enough resources to get out of it, so it's just a matter of time. PCI gen 4 alone will not make enough of a difference to "futureproof" (I hate that word). by the time PCI gen 4 makes a noticeable difference, Intel will already have it, and whatever current Ryzen platform (CPU & chipset) will also be outdated.

this is common knowledge at this point, but generally speaking, for professional work that utilizes more cores/threads, AMD is the better choice, and for gaming, Intel is the better choice. for everyday use, it does not matter one diddly bit. since I use my PC for gaming, the only AMD CPU I would consider is the 3300x (which is impossible to find) if I wanted a budget build, but otherwise, it makes no sense for me to buy any other Ryzen CPU. I sincerely hope Zen 3 proves me wrong, though.
Intel isn't the better choice for "gaming", Intel is the better choice for "some" games. A blanket statement like that as if it's fact could confuse some people. More and more games are being optimized to benefit from/utilize more available cores.
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Intel isn't the better choice for "gaming", Intel is the better choice for "some" games. A blanket statement like that as if it's fact could confuse some people. More and more games are being optimized to benefit from/utilize more available cores.
it's the other way, where Ryzen is the better choice for "some". games are being optimized to use more cores, yes, but it's not being optimized for 8+ cores. 6 is still really all you need for the vast majority, and clock speed has a much more significant impact than core count. if you read/watch some benchmarks and tests, you will see that.

Ryzen chips are awesome for what they are. but it's more misleading when people give it more credit than it's due. I'm a consumer where I want to use the best chip for my needs, and I don't care who I give my money to.

edit: I wanted to add that I did mention the ryzen 3300x, which is a great value as a budget gaming chip. this competes with the 3600 at 2 fewer cores / 4 fewer threads.
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Couldn't help myself. In for 1TB gen4. Now I just need someone to talk me out of going to Home Depot for EGO clearance items. :\
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Looks like the heat sink is detached. So I ended up with the heatsink version which is the same price as non heatsink. Free heatsink for future use if my mobo dont have space. Why not ...

Rocket NVMe 4.0 Gen4 PCIe M.2 Extreme Performance Internal SSD:
2TB $335.99 after $64 'clippable' coupon (on product page)
2TB w/ Heatsink $335.99 after $64 'Deal of the Day' automatic discount
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I have the Sabrent Rocket Gen3 high performance 1TB (TLC). Bought it last year for $149 and I don't regret it for a second. Great gaming drive. It reviewed really well. I opted to buy it over the WD Black at the time despite a similar price.
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Intel isn't the better choice for "gaming", Intel is the better choice for "some" games. A blanket statement like that as if it's fact could confuse some people. More and more games are being optimized to benefit from/utilize more available cores.
Ryzen 3xxx and nvme 4 was enough to budge market share away from Intel late 2019 and it showed in the desktop sales. I was among that group. AMD shows more execution of innovation than Intel.. it's just a fact Intel will grapple with until ddr5 & next gen nvme shows new lanes. Always wanted to see fiber optic pathways on mobos!
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Think the Gen4 NVME 1TB will get any cheaper than this?
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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.
rather wait for Rocket 4 Plus its faster then new Samsung 980 Pro Gen4

https://www.tomshardware.com/news...ket-4-plus
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Thanks! Looks like I'll keep camping and just get a bigger/better monitor for now.
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just saved me $40

had to return and rebuy but worth it.
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I've got a couple NVMe drives already and I don't know what the heck you people do with your computers that the few nanoseconds that you save is worth the extra cost.
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