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Sabrent 2TB Rocket Nvme PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD Maximum Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-NVMe4-2TB) - $297.49 after promo code 93XQL54
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What are these designed for? I'm trying to upgrade for faster Editing/Rendering.
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What are these designed for? I'm trying to upgrade for faster Editing/Rendering.
That's exactly where you'll see the most gains over a SATA SSD. NVMe is king when comes it sequential read-writes (which is what you're doing) and PCIe 4.0 means even more of that. Just make you you have a PCIe 4.0-capable motherboard
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Edit: just realized the Amazon one is "Extreme Performance" vs "Max Performance" at Newegg, quick check looks like write speeds are 3000 vs 4400mbps

1 TB Available for $150 at Amazon without heat sink. I ordered it without because my motherboard has the NVME right under where my 3090 will mount and I was afraid of the clearance. After reading reviews, I opted for a $10 low profile heat sink from Amazon. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07TL...UTF8&psc=1
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Year over year not really a price cut.. need to lower demand for resellers to cut prices.
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Quote from GreenBuddhaThe1 :
Edit: just realized the Amazon one is "Extreme Performance" vs "Max Performance" at Newegg, quick check looks like write speeds are 3000 vs 4400mbps

1 TB Available for $150 at Amazon without heat sink. I ordered it without because my motherboard has the NVME right under where my 3090 will mount and I was afraid of the clearance. After reading reviews, I opted for a $10 low profile heat sink from Amazon. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07TL...UTF8&psc=1
last time amazon had this with the heatsink for $153. they didn't have that this time around. wouldn't mind that nice heatsink even though my z490 comes with them
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Year over year not really a price cut.. need to lower demand for resellers to cut prices.
not gonna happen cuz people keep buying these even if the extra speed isn't benefitting in their application.
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last time amazon had this with the heatsink for $153. they didn't have that this time around. wouldn't mind that nice heatsink even though my z490 comes with them


not gonna happen cuz people keep buying these even if the extra speed isn't benefitting in their application.
The novelty will wear off once enough consumers have ssd of any type.
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last time amazon had this with the heatsink for $153. they didn't have that this time around. wouldn't mind that nice heatsink even though my z490 comes with them


not gonna happen cuz people keep buying these even if the extra speed isn't benefitting in their application.
Quick question about the heatsinks for nvme drives. My msi board came with them. It has a plastic film over it you pull off. Do I leave the squishy stuff on it ? Does that transfer heat?
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Quick question about the heatsinks for nvme drives. My msi board came with them. It has a plastic film over it you pull off. Do I leave the squishy stuff on it ? Does that transfer heat?
the squishy stuff is a "reusable thermal paste" pad, you want to use it Smilie
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the squishy stuff is a "reusable thermal paste" pad, you want to use it Smilie
Cool, thanks. Wasn't sure. First time I am using nvme style drives.
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Cool, thanks. Wasn't sure. First time I am using nvme style drives.
They are awesome, you will like it. One thing to keep in mind if the heatsink screws down over the SSD is don't force it! The heatsink designs aren't always compatible with all chip types/thicknesses so if it feels too tight it may not work. If that's the case maybe you need a different heatsink or none at all.

What SSD are you using? this one?
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They are awesome, you will like it. One thing to keep in mind if the heatsink screws down over the SSD is don't force it! The heatsink designs aren't always compatible with all chip types/thicknesses so if it feels too tight it may not work. If that's the case maybe you need a different heatsink or none at all.

What SSD are you using? this one?
Yeah, I was careful installing it. Using wd black drive.

Can't run it yet because I am waiting for more parts for my build and usps lost the shipment it looks like. just great.
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Yeah, I was careful installing it. Using wd black drive.

Can't run it yet because I am waiting for more parts for my build and usps lost the shipment it looks like. just great.
The early nvme 3 mobos didn't come with heatsinks and some m.2 slots are so close to the cpu that you can only use a thin laptop copper heatsink.
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If you actually want the best you'll want the Sabrent Rocket Plus. "Read Speed 7000 Megabytes Per Second, Write Speed 5300 It sells for $199.99 and AFAIK is never on sale.
https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-Internal-Extreme-Performance-SB-RKT4P-1TB/dp/B08P2B6JKV/ref=sr_1_1?dc... [amazon.com]
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Currently on amazon for 30$ less. Maximum 4800 version, same as this post. https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-In...B08D2YQTF1
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