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Sabrent Solid State Drives: 512GB Rocket Nano USB $90, 1TB Rocket Q NVMe EXPIRED

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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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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.
I'd go gen 4 of I were building today, even if it's not the best bang for buck choice.
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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.
They don't do anything that would see any perceptible benefits, but there's a lot of "enthusiasts" who just need to have the latest & greatest, not to mention the AMD fanboys that are using pcie gen 4 to justify themselves. Not gonna get too much practical logic/reasoning in this space I'm afraid.

Gen 4 will become mainstream and will yield benefits in the future for sure. That time isn't now unless you're doing very specific workloads. Please don't give this poor advice of "future proofing" in the PC tech space because future proofing doesn't go beyond 2 years tops. You're paying a premium for a feature you won't use. The prices will go down when it comes more mainstream, when it will actually become relevant.
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From what I read, even 260 TBW will last you a very long time?
"A typical TBW figure for a 250 GB SSD lies between 60 and 150 terabytes written. That means: To get over a guaranteed TBW of 70, a user would have to write 190(!) GB daily over a period of one year (in other words, to fill two thirds of the SSD with new data every day)."
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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)
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This is fast Gen4 nvme pcie4 was $200, and now dropping to $159.98
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The Sabrent 1TB Rocket Nvme PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD was designed using PCIe 4.0 which allows for speeds of up to 5000 MB/s (read) and 4400 MB/s (write), significantly faster than PCIe 3.0.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TLYW...AFbPBNZSP2
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ADDITIONAL 40% OFF - UPDATE on the PRICE of Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07LGF54XR/

Get 40% off when you use American Express Membership Rewards points. Maximum discount $50. See terms.
- screenshot: below
- Amex Terms: https://www.amazon.com/b?node=20906611011

When I opened the product page, I saw that message. I clicked on the See Terms and on the following page I clicked on Activate Now. Then when checking out I used Amex Membership Rewards points as the payment method.

This is the interesting part: when you are on the checkout page and about to hit Place your Order, the price DOESN'T reflect the 40% discount. So I called Amazon Customer Service and after they checked my screen shots, they advised for me to purchase it and they gave me a REFUND for the 40%.

* Just checked and I have an email from Amazon confirming the REFUND in 3-5 business days.

* I don't see this Offer available for other Capacities or other Sabrent drives.

Please let me know if it worked for you. Good Luck!
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These will keep falling in price.
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These will keep falling in price.
Care to elaborate? Are they junk drives or something?
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Care to elaborate? Are they junk drives or something?
It's not the fastest in term of pcie 4 and it's successor has already launch with much better speed. if you gonna go pcie 4, might as well go 2x the speed of pcie 3 instead of this.
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rather wait for Rocket 4 Plus its faster then new Samsung 980 Pro Gen4

https://www.tomshardware.com/news...ket-4-plus
Good point. I'll wait.
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Yes but the $$price$$ will blow a hole in consumers wallets for being the fastest out there in typical samsung $$$tyle
btw, these price cuts are about where prices were last year.. they don't represent a bigger cut over last year.. more of a match.
There were 100$ 1tb ssds last year?
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There were 100$ 1tb ssds last year?
Not many, but yup..
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Been staring at these every day for weeks. Snagged a 2TB Rocket (non Q) to finally try out an NVME.
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1. I usually look for SSD deals by typing in SSD and this one doesn't come up in search results since SSD is not in the title. I only noticed it because it was on the front page.
2. I am only going to sue samsung drives and will be using 3 nvme ones. But it is getting so confusing which last one to get. First off I have a 512gb 970 pro, still sealed, but I realized the 1tb has faster speeds, so I may buy a 1tb just for that reason. Secondly, many people say the 980 pro benchmarks are disappointing and you should not buy the 980 pro... but looking at them, to me it still seems better than the 970 evo plus and it only costs $230. That is not too bad for pcie 4 with samsung reliability.

Anyway, so I wonder if I am just wasting time and money by selling the 512gb 970 pro to get a 1tb one. Then eh.,... I probably should still get a 980 pro also, though, because the 970 evo plus is $180 and the 980 pro is $230. The improvements with pcie 4 would probably be worth the $50 just for the rare times it would improve performance of tasks.

I thought about using 2 970 pros, but I don't think there would be a point there. I also have a 970 evo plus for the third drive. Now if I could just figure out the best sues for each one. lol.

Sabrent seems to be popular, as well, though. I assume they use the phison controllers.
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Samsung has preorders for their nvme 4.0 on newegg. $60 premium over the sabrent 1tb nvme 4.0.

I'm interested to see if prices will dip further as more competitors release theirs. Black Friday is around the corner.
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F it...since the XPG deal is OOS, in for one 1TB Rocket as a game SSD.
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