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Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD 1TB for £82.49/512GB for £44.99/256GB for £29.99 SLJ Trading and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD 1TB for £82.49/512GB for £44.99/256GB for £29.99 SLJ Trading and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 9th Nov

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Description
The Sabrent 1TB ROCKET NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) delivers all the advantages of flash disk technology with PCIe Gen3 x4 interface and it is fully compliant with the standard Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF), commonly known as M.2.

Based on 3D TLC NAND Flash memory, its performance speeds can reach up to 3400 MB/s (read) and 3000 MB/s (write). Power consumption is much lower than traditional hard drives, making it the best embedded solution for new systems.

Features:
  • M.2 PCIe Gen3 x 4 Interface.
  • PCIe 3.1 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, and Over-Provision.
Package contents:
  • 1TB NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD.
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radiod09/11/2019 02:03

Check the manufacturer of controller[Image] on the board, Kingston is the …Check the manufacturer of controller[Image] on the board, Kingston is the lesser quality spec[Image] , Phison is the expected high spec one


Kingston is the RAM. Both cards use Phison controller. However lower performing card use E8 (PS5008-E8) controller according to that picture. Higher performing controller is E12 ( PS5012-E12).

Easiest way to find difference is doing CDM benchmark and checking performance numbers. Otherwise you need remove the label and check the chipset model name your self.

If you're using this as a external device, it'll be difficult to detect the chipset by benchmark as your enclosure most likely limit write speed to 1000mb/s regardless of the chipset due to USB-C limitations.
Edited by: "Bigspin" 9th Nov
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Be interesting to see if they get any cheaper than this come black Friday...
Brilliant, thanks, just ordered the 1tb for my build.
KiNG09/11/2019 00:10

Be interesting to see if they get any cheaper than this come black …Be interesting to see if they get any cheaper than this come black Friday...


No no not again , Please buy it ...lol
At this price there is no point getting a standard ssd anymore, providing your pc can support nvme
That's hot!
Must resist!!!!

Great find. Voted hot.
That's a big price drop from £109, good find there
Very good deal. Shame my motherboard is a bit outdated so can't support the NVMe SSDs
Wow, have some heat. Gonna get warm.
I expected these to hit sub £100 either just before or on bf but this is a big drop.

cheers.
sasuke009/11/2019 00:30

Be wary there's been reports sabrent have done a bait and switch. They …Be wary there's been reports sabrent have done a bait and switch. They placed in a slower controller. Just a gamble now.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/RENHI35Z35D0M/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07KGMBCKDGreat price nevertheless.


Thanks the heads up. Fortunately we can just check it and return if getting the slower one. But as you said its still a hot deal.
I can't resist anymore, gonna order.
sasuke009/11/2019 00:30

Be wary there's been reports sabrent have done a bait and switch. They …Be wary there's been reports sabrent have done a bait and switch. They placed in a slower controller. Just a gamble now.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/RENHI35Z35D0M/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07KGMBCKDGreat price nevertheless.


That's very important point to be noted after buying it, if anything is not what it supposed to be then had to return. Cheerzz Thank you for the heads up .
Brutes09/11/2019 00:44

That's very important point to be noted after buying it, if anything is …That's very important point to be noted after buying it, if anything is not what it supposed to be then had to return. Cheerzz Thank you for the heads up .


I'm still tempted
zodIIac09/11/2019 00:33

Thanks the heads up. Fortunately we can just check it and return if …Thanks the heads up. Fortunately we can just check it and return if getting the slower one. But as you said its still a hot deal.I can't resist anymore, gonna order.


But that's effort they shouldnt baiting and switching
davieg109/11/2019 00:16

That's a big price drop from £109, good find there


Back again lol, I think I might order this and start off my purchases towards my new build,
I don't think this will get any cheaper up till Black Friday and is £27 cheaper than anywher else, hopefully all 7 components that I need end up £27 cheaper and I will go from around £800 for my build to around £610.
Here's hoping
KiNG09/11/2019 00:10

Be interesting to see if they get any cheaper than this come black …Be interesting to see if they get any cheaper than this come black Friday...



I was just about to say.. I'm ready and waiting.
Thanks for posting... been waiting for a drop on this for a while and was about to give up and bite. Didn't expect it this low!
zodIIac09/11/2019 00:33

Thanks the heads up. Fortunately we can just check it and return if …Thanks the heads up. Fortunately we can just check it and return if getting the slower one. But as you said its still a hot deal.I can't resist anymore, gonna order.


How would one check the controller? I plan to use in their enclosure...
chrisdarl09/11/2019 01:26

How would one check the controller? I plan to use in their enclosure...


Check the manufacturer of controller
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on the board, Kingston is the lesser quality spec
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, Phison is the expected high spec one
radiod09/11/2019 02:03

Check the manufacturer of controller[Image] on the board, Kingston is the …Check the manufacturer of controller[Image] on the board, Kingston is the lesser quality spec[Image] , Phison is the expected high spec one


Kingston is the RAM. Both cards use Phison controller. However lower performing card use E8 (PS5008-E8) controller according to that picture. Higher performing controller is E12 ( PS5012-E12).

Easiest way to find difference is doing CDM benchmark and checking performance numbers. Otherwise you need remove the label and check the chipset model name your self.

If you're using this as a external device, it'll be difficult to detect the chipset by benchmark as your enclosure most likely limit write speed to 1000mb/s regardless of the chipset due to USB-C limitations.
Edited by: "Bigspin" 9th Nov
I have just ordered one for the new build I will be doing when I can get a good Black Friday deal on a Z390 mobo and an i5 or maybe even an i7 CPU as one of my friends bought one earlier this week for £109 and said that he installed windows 10 on it from a USB stick in under 5 minutes.
Bigspin09/11/2019 02:28

Kingston is the RAM. Both cards use Phison controller. However lower …Kingston is the RAM. Both cards use Phison controller. However lower performing card use E8 (PS5008-E8) controller according to that picture. Higher performing controller is E12 ( PS5012-E12). Easiest way to find difference is doing CDM benchmark and checking performance numbers. Otherwise you need remove the label and check the chipset model name your self. If you're using this as a external device, it'll be difficult to detect the chipset by benchmark as your enclosure most likely limit write speed to 1000mb/s regardless of the chipset due to USB-C limitations.


just bought the 2tb version... when you say lower performing what exactly do u mean?
DownUGo09/11/2019 00:16

Very good deal. Shame my motherboard is a bit outdated so can't support …Very good deal. Shame my motherboard is a bit outdated so can't support the NVMe SSDs


I modded my bios on my old asus p8z77-v lx, to run NVMe ssd's via pcie card. Quite a fun little tinkering project, worked fine on a 7yr old mobo.
pagepack09/11/2019 04:16

I modded my bios on my old asus p8z77-v lx, to run NVMe ssd's via pcie …I modded my bios on my old asus p8z77-v lx, to run NVMe ssd's via pcie card. Quite a fun little tinkering project, worked fine on a 7yr old mobo.


Yeah I did look into that, but I already have a 1TB M.2 SATA SSD which is 'fast' enough for what I need, even comparatively at 1/6th the speed as this NVMe. 1st world problems
So much faster than an SSD!
Just bought one not 2 days ago for £250!!! Time to chat to Amazon or order this and send the other back as this.
Lucifer_UK09/11/2019 03:09

just bought the 2tb version... when you say lower performing what exactly …just bought the 2tb version... when you say lower performing what exactly do u mean?


I mean slow read/write performance.
@sam_of_london , Get your 2TB now.
Amazon and hard drives roflmao! Good luck, you’ll need it!
I'm a bit confused about NVMe slots I heard they wern't all the same?
My 3 year old motherboard has - "PCIe Gen3/Gen2 x4 M.2 interface with up to 32Gb/s Data Transfer (PCIe NVMe SSD support)" Would this work with it?
Thanks.
Read speed is nice. Faster than samsung evo?
Got to be worth the risk. Amazon are usually pretty good with returns, or will often agree to a discount for items that aren't as described.
Tic17409/11/2019 08:55

I'm a bit confused about NVMe slots I heard they wern't all the same? My 3 …I'm a bit confused about NVMe slots I heard they wern't all the same? My 3 year old motherboard has - "PCIe Gen3/Gen2 x4 M.2 interface with up to 32Gb/s Data Transfer (PCIe NVMe SSD support)" Would this work with it?Thanks.


Yes - Gen 3.0 x4 is what you need for max speed from this particular NVME.
sasuke009/11/2019 00:30

Be wary there's been reports sabrent have done a bait and switch. They …Be wary there's been reports sabrent have done a bait and switch. They placed in a slower controller. Just a gamble now.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/RENHI35Z35D0M/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07KGMBCKDGreat price nevertheless.


You just saved me £82.49. Was going to buy it straight away but came here before hand.
Nengwe09/11/2019 09:20

Yes - Gen 3.0 x4 is what you need for max speed from this particular NVME.



Thanks for the help
Looks a great deal. Is there any way to clone an existing (256GB) Nvme ssd from a laptop with only one slot? I guessed an enclosure would work OK, but the Nvme variants are mega expensive.
Ergun09/11/2019 09:39

You just saved me £82.49. Was going to buy it straight away but came here …You just saved me £82.49. Was going to buy it straight away but came here before hand.


Good for us.

Best is to check the drive and see what the controller is. If it's as expected, then you have got a bargain on one of the fastest NVME SSDs. Else you can return it.
Edited by: "abhijitdash123" 9th Nov
abhijitdash12309/11/2019 09:51

Good for us. Best is to check the drive and see what the controller …Good for us. Best is to check the drive and see what the controller is. If it's as expected, then you have got a bargain on one of the fastest NVME SSDs. Else you can return it.


That's the deal. Nothing to lose of.
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