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Posted 27 December 2022

Sabrent 1TB NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD £77.99 Dispatches from Amazon Sold by Store4Memory

£77.99£89.9913% off
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Great price for the 1TB model - I have this in my PS5 and works flawlessly.

NVMe M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 Interface.
PCIe 4.0 Compliant / NVMe 1.3 Compliant.
Power Management Support for APST / ASPM / L1.2.
Supports SMART and TRIM commands. Supports ONFi 2.3, ONFi 3.0, ONFi 3.2 and ONFi 4.0 interface.
Advanced Wear Leveling, Bad Block Management, Error Correction Code, and Over-Provision.
All Sabrent SSDs come with FREE Sabrent Acronis True Image for Sabrent Software for easy Cloning. For those who require a specific sector size to clone their existing SSDs: A newly released Sabrent utility enables users to re-format the Rocket drive and choose the sector size of their liking, either 512-bytes or 4K bytes.

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  1. jonah.perkins's avatar
    How do you know if you're mother board is compatible with these , What are the key futures to look for?
    pekoz1's avatar
    If you do know the desktop pc/laptop/or motherboard name you should be able to look up the specs for it and check physical connections its got .... but maybe just take the cover off the pc/laptop to check what you are already using as well.

    From the Amazon description its M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0 so the physical connection to the motherboard is M.2/ using pcie lanes / and the card size size is 22mm wide x 80mm long

    PCIe 4 is backward compatable with older motherboards that only support PCIe3 but you will only get PCIe3 speeds
    as a result ....and you may save some money by buying a PCIe3 SSD in the 1st place.

    Like most people I get confused with this area...maybe have a look here

    Crucial Explanation
  2. codebee's avatar
    Some PS5 benchmarks here:

  3. Jibz685's avatar
    Don’t you need heatsink too?
    TOO-TIGHT-TO-PAY's avatar
    I don't have much knowledge of these things, yet I was thinking the exact same thing.

    (The heatsink version of this is £50 extra)

    After a few searches it appears you can use an M.2 SSD with PS5 without a heatsink, but it's not recommended by Sony. Basically as the console heats up the performance of the drive will be affected and the result will be slower read and write times than would be achieved with a heatsink fitted, casual gamers that play short sessions will probably not notice, but hardcore gamers who play long sessions and care about performance will be more likely to notice the issues.

    Copied from Playstation.com...
    "Using an M.2 SSD with your PS5 console requires effective heat dissipation with a cooling structure, such as a heatsink and a heat transfer sheet. You can attach these to your M.2 SSD yourself, either in a single-sided format or double-sided format (single-sided cooling structures are an easier fit). There are also M.2 SSDs that have cooling structures (such as heatsinks) built in. For information on how to attach the heat dissipation mechanism, check the instructions that come with it".
  4. Sparco's avatar
    Good price. I bought this three years ago for £170. I had built a new PC and used this drive for my games.
    Planning on building a new PC in Feb and will carry this drive over to that.
    y-so-izi's avatar
    I bought one a while ago but running it on pcie3. Honestly can't believe I'm booted into windows in under 4 seconds. It's mad how quick these are.
  5. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Good deal if you need a Gen4 SSD.
    For PC's/laptops, cheaper Gen3 SSD's are as good unless you really need those high sequential read/write speeds for large file read/writes.
    PCIe Gen4 has no benefit for gaming/everyday use.
  6. Adam2190's avatar
    Great deal.
  7. Baileypatch01's avatar
    Looks like a great deal
  8. Danger_Mouse's avatar
    Really good deal this one!

    I've used a few of the blue Gen 3 version of this drive, worked perfectly and very quick, no issues at all (edited)
  9. weaselinjeans's avatar
    I purchased two of these just under 7 months ago for two separate PC new builds. One failed within 4 months, the other within 6 months. I thought I was just incredibly unlucky. It turns out that Sabrent have a high failure rate. I’ve since gone back to Samsung for peace of mind, albeit more expensive.
  10. buckham_uk's avatar
    Aren't the read/write speeds a little low on this for the ps5? Granted it's still decent to expand memory but not quite as efficient as HDD already in use?
    codebee's avatar
    Not at all, I can’t tell any difference between games loaded off of the internal memory vs this.
  11. 777jrg_'s avatar
    May as well just pay £10 extra and get one that has read/write speeds that will definitely work in future PS5 games.
    codebee's avatar
  12. Rolex17's avatar
    I've had 2 off the 500gb versions 2 years ago . One computer runs night and day.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Constantly running is actually better for the life of components than shutting down and booting up all the time. (edited)
  13. mro2011's avatar
    Do you think this will be ok in my gen3 dell inspiron 15 7567 laptop without heatsink?!?
    Danger_Mouse's avatar
    Laptops don't generally have the space to fit ones with big heatsinks on them, besides the sticker on the top is normally made of copper to help with heat dissipation so you should be fine
  14. mro2011's avatar
    They have put this up by £50 😡

    Was £77 now £124 😡 (edited)
  15. mro2011's avatar
    Anyone know drive as good as this or better for same price to £100. (edited)
  16. DCush's avatar
    Added this to my PC today. Looking for a bit of advice if anyone can help…

    I have installed it in my second M2 slot which supports PCIe 3. My first slot supports PCIe 4 but currently has a PCIe 3 drive. Is it worth cloning the original drive to the new one to swap them over to make use of the faster speeds?
    Danger_Mouse's avatar
    Personally I would otherwise you're not getting all that you paid for
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