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Sabrent Rocket Q 8TB NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive R/W 3300/2900MB/s (SB-RKTQ-8TB) $1299

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Playstation 5 compatible?
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QLC and dramless for this much?
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QLC and dramless for this much?
LOL
QLC, but has DRAM. The Phison E12S controller actually has good performance.
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I wonder how are they able to cram so much into something so small?
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I wonder how are they able to cram so much into something so small?
A combination of 96 layer QLC NAND flash and a physically smaller controller/RAM combination package.
https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews...index.html
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I wonder how are they able to cram so much into something so small?
That's what she said
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Ping me again when its $1,000 off
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Can I run two in raid 0?
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Can I run two in raid 0?
Yes, but unless you're running some specialized tasks, you probably won't gain much real-world performance from it versus a single drive. See https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gDe3S0pGiAU from about the 13 minute mark for a few benchmarks.
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Price is way out of line with price per TB around $100.. come back with a 12-14tb drive for this price. Only fools are early adopters at this price.
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Price is way out of line with price per TB around $100.. come back with a 12-14tb drive for this price. Only fools are early adopters at this price.
Someone has to be the fool now or we all look foolish later.
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Someone has to be the fool now or we all look foolish later.
4tb drives (other mfg)already dropped under $500
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4tb drives (other mfg)already dropped under $500
Just a FYI clarification: $460 for Adata SX8100

I didn't post it, because I didn't think anyone cared (and HP EX950 was favored over SX8200 Pro even though 8200 is objectively better). It came up for less than a day, 2-3x times (sold out within each day), and then was up for a week on promotion before going back up to $800 and then going back to $600.
I'm guessing they got new stock to meet demand.
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