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Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD £106.19 Sold by SLJ Trading and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD £106.19 Sold by SLJ Trading and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 30th Jul 2019

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Sabrent 1TB PCIe m.2 drive down from £117.99 to £106.19 with 10% discount applied. No code required just add the voucher during checkout. Good price for a very fast drive.
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Just got one of these last week. Tested it using crystaldiskmark and got the 3500MB speeds it says

No issues so far
coolhand8330/07/2019 14:12

Just got one of these last week. Tested it using crystaldiskmark and got …Just got one of these last week. Tested it using crystaldiskmark and got the 3500MB speeds it saysNo issues so far


Nice! I believe it's been a few quid cheaper recently but still a good price considering its performance against others. Needed one for a new system I've just built so had to bite the bullet now!
FieryGasoline30/07/2019 14:14

Nice! I believe it's been a few quid cheaper recently but still a good … Nice! I believe it's been a few quid cheaper recently but still a good price considering its performance against others. Needed one for a new system I've just built so had to bite the bullet now!


Yeah I got it for £97 I think
Have one of these and it's a great bit of kit (currently sitting in my Hades Canyon NUC).
Keeping an eye on this one, waiting till it drops below £100 again.
*edit*
It drops to 106 at checkout. Will show 117 until then - I'm dumb.
Edited by: "Godsnafu" 30th Jul 2019
coolhand8330/07/2019 14:18

Yeah I got it for £97 I think


Cheaper where?
camelcamelcamel says Amazon and 3rd party have been no cheaper than £117.99.
Just to confirm this drive shares components with the corsair MP510 which is always highly rated. It has great write speeds, which is ideal for myself as I'll be editing video.
PhazeKIN30/07/2019 15:43

Cheaper where? (confused)camelcamelcamel says Amazon and 3rd party have …Cheaper where? (confused)camelcamelcamel says Amazon and 3rd party have been no cheaper than £117.99.



camelcamel is very unreliable, does not take into account discount codes.The price mentioned was primeday.I tried to test code in this deal but it is only taking 8p off not 10% off.Not sure if offer is finished.But every few days seems to come back with another code.
Got one a couple of weeks back, didnt work and looked used (box was resealed with tape). Returned to Amazon for no fuss refund, had to grab something else locally.. slightly dearer and not as fast
PhazeKIN30/07/2019 15:43

Cheaper where? (confused)camelcamelcamel says Amazon and 3rd party have …Cheaper where? (confused)camelcamelcamel says Amazon and 3rd party have been no cheaper than £117.99.


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£99.11
I got one of these a couple of weeks back for £99.11 using the amazon voucher that I believe is still on now.

Really impressed so far and getting great speeds. 5 year warranty after registering on the sabrent website. I changed the AHCI setting in the BIOS to ‘on’ when installing on my dell 7577 laptop. Not sure if that made a difference, but it was recommended on some forums and my speed seems good.


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Edited by: "england1982" 30th Jul 2019
Is this a newer or older version of this 1tb sabrent m.2? What’s the difference?


Sabrent 1TB Rocket Nvme PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD Maximum Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-NVMe4-1TB) amazon.co.uk/dp/…21E
england198230/07/2019 21:08

Is this a newer or older version of this 1tb sabrent m.2? What’s the d …Is this a newer or older version of this 1tb sabrent m.2? What’s the difference?Sabrent 1TB Rocket Nvme PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD Maximum Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-NVMe4-1TB) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07TLYWMYW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_AnkqDbXWKA21E


This is the PCIe 3.0 version. The one you linked to is PCIe 4.0 which is faster, but is currently only supported on the new Ryzen processors with a X570 motherboard.
Edited by: "FieryGasoline" 30th Jul 2019
FieryGasoline30/07/2019 21:17

This is the PCIe 3.0 version. The one you linked to is PCIe 4.0 which is …This is the PCIe 3.0 version. The one you linked to is PCIe 4.0 which is faster, but is currently only supported on the new Ryzen processors with a X570 motherboard.


Brilliant, thank you
You will get much faster benchmark read.write speeds with these but the reports and actual real life tests I've seen suggest you dont actually get much of a benefit in actual programs compared to conventional SSDs .eg in loading games or video editing.
Edited by: "Patr100" 30th Jul 2019
Patr10030/07/2019 22:45

You will get much faster benchmark read.write speeds with these but the …You will get much faster benchmark read.write speeds with these but the reports and actual real life tests I've seen suggest you dont actually get much of a benefit in actual programs compared to conventional SSDs .eg in loading games or video editing.


No you're right you don't, but it's not far off a 2.5" price and it's much fancier. Fancy is what we aim for
coolhand8330/07/2019 22:50

No you're right you don't, but it's not far off a 2.5" price and it's much …No you're right you don't, but it's not far off a 2.5" price and it's much fancier. Fancy is what we aim for


When price is closer and having it's own type of slot , meaning it frees up another sata slot potentially for something else later it makes sense to have one but at the moment the technology of the rest of PC components and programs aren't able to take full advantage of the increased speed it provides.
Edited by: "Patr100" 30th Jul 2019
Bought it yesterday full price
Patr10030/07/2019 22:45

You will get much faster benchmark read.write speeds with these but the …You will get much faster benchmark read.write speeds with these but the reports and actual real life tests I've seen suggest you dont actually get much of a benefit in actual programs compared to conventional SSDs .eg in loading games or video editing.


Which reports suggest this? Genuinely interested. I have a 2tb crucial SSD and this drive is performing noticeably much quicker than that (just cause 3 loads times and general file copying and moving are my only comparisons so far to that) and this drive is also much quicker than the stock 128gb m.2 drive that came in the dell 7577 laptop that this sabrent rocker drive replaced. Windows load time to the login screen in faster and windows loads starting programs almost instantly. On the old m.2 drive I’d have to wait for ages before the pc had finished loading. With the new drive windows is ready to go in seconds after logging in, even in comparison to the 950 pro evo 2.5 ssd in my main pc.

Do these reports suggest that this speed will deteriorate over time with this sabrent drive?

if anyone wants me to run any tests or try anything to see if this drive is any good, let me know. I’d like to know myself! Either way, I’m happy with a 1tb ssd for this price with even the chance of it being better than ssd, which it appears to be.
Edited by: "england1982" 30th Jul 2019
this better than crucial mx500 ssd?
england198230/07/2019 23:05

Which reports suggest this? Genuinely interested. I have a 2tb crucial SSD …Which reports suggest this? Genuinely interested. I have a 2tb crucial SSD and this drive is performing noticeably much quicker than that (just cause 3 loads times and general file copying and moving are my only comparisons so far to that) and this drive is also much quicker than the stock 128gb m.2 drive that came in the dell 7577 laptop that this sabrent rocker drive replaced. Windows load time to the login screen in faster and windows loads starting programs almost instantly. On the old m.2 drive I’d have to wait for ages before the pc had finished loading. With the new drive windows is ready to go in seconds after logging in, even in comparison to the 950 pro evo 2.5 ssd in my main pc.Do these reports suggest that this speed will deteriorate over time with this sabrent drive?


Dunno about "over time" but plenty of online sata vs M2 tests out there - just dont be impressed with the increased read/write speeds alone. Possibly slightly faster boot up times for Windows, certainly faster file copying but I also looked at Photoshop and video editing tests (I'm not a gamer but benchmark game start up times do give an indication of boost or not) - overall conclusion was they otherwise do not yet provide a noticeable advantage over sata SSDs -
Here's just a few I randomly googled just now.





Edited by: "Patr100" 30th Jul 2019
Patr10030/07/2019 23:31

Dunno about "over time" but plenty of online sata vs M2 tests out there - …Dunno about "over time" but plenty of online sata vs M2 tests out there - just dont be impressed with the increased read/write speeds alone. Possibly slightly faster boot up times for Windows, certainly faster file copying but I also looked at Photoshop and video editing tests (I'm not a gamer but benchmark game start up times do give an indication of boost or not) - overall conclusion was they otherwise do not yet provide a noticeable advantage over sata SSDs - Here's just a few I randomly googled just now.[Video] [Video] [Video] [Video]


Awesome thanks for the info. Will watch through them
FieryGasoline30/07/2019 21:17

This is the PCIe 3.0 version. The one you linked to is PCIe 4.0 which is …This is the PCIe 3.0 version. The one you linked to is PCIe 4.0 which is faster, but is currently only supported on the new Ryzen processors with a X570 motherboard.


Most of Asus's B450 / X470 boards also support PCIe 4.0 storage (PCIe 4.0 x4).
Edited by: "Gormond" 31st Jul 2019
PhazeKIN30/07/2019 15:43

Cheaper where? (confused)camelcamelcamel says Amazon and 3rd party have …Cheaper where? (confused)camelcamelcamel says Amazon and 3rd party have been no cheaper than £117.99.


I picked this up a few weeks back with Amazon for £101 - so I think 3C must be in need of an update? Great drive, performing fantastically here on a fresh install...be aware you may have issues cloning a pre-existing OS with it tho.
Great price, bit the bullet!
price has gone up to 117.99
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Anyone got an idea why this might be?
Edited by: "goodluckje" 8th Aug 2019
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