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Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 High Performance SSD Up to 3400/3000MB/s R/W for £128.99 @ Sold by SLJTrading and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 High Performance SSD Up to 3400/3000MB/s R/W for £128.99 @ Sold by SLJTrading and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 13th JunEdited by:"Brutes"

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The price's been stable this year ... I decided to post this as per some members' comments this to be a better buy than other NVMe SSDs posted in the last few weeks and of course £1 cheaper than any other sellers

The seller is SLJTrading with good feedback and most of the Sabrent posts posted here were from them.

However, the price seems still a bit high for me personally so, I don't mind your COLD vote but is reasonable for what you get than any other similar SSDs. Nothing could be said whether it will come down or not looking at the 3Cs chart provided by @niefoon Thanks.


But this is Rocket as you know of, well-reviewed and known NVMe SSD.



Product description : (SB-ROCKET-1TB)

Capacity:1TB
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.

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Based on 3D TLC NAND Flash memory, its performance speeds can reach up to 3450 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.
  • 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.

Package contents:
  • 1TB NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD.

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Non-UK based marketplace seller, no ta
This is expensive, I bought this from Amazon for under £100 a little while back. Covid-19 hasn't half shot prices up.
j1mgg13/06/2020 19:26

This is expensive, I bought this from Amazon for under £100 a little while …This is expensive, I bought this from Amazon for under £100 a little while back. Covid-19 hasn't half shot prices up.


It's not COVID-19 the price's increased before that and is as per their sales ranking.
Edited by: "Brutes" 13th Jun
Brutes13/06/2020 19:29

It's not COVID-19 the price's been increased before that as per the sales …It's not COVID-19 the price's been increased before that as per the sales ranking.


They were declining all the way last year. Kung Flu started towards the mid-end of the year
It was slj trading I also bought it from, so don't worry about it being non-uk based as stated above.
j1mgg13/06/2020 19:26

This is expensive, I bought this from Amazon for under £100 a little while …This is expensive, I bought this from Amazon for under £100 a little while back. Covid-19 hasn't half shot prices up.


It's not just Covid-19 (although that obviously hasn't helped), the price of all cheaper M.2 SSDs halved in 12 months from November 2018-2019 in a race to the bottom which then stopped and bumped back up a little just prior to Dec/Jan.

If you managed to buy in the right 2 weeks before the price stabilised at £110-£120 for 1TB then good on ya, but £128.99 is a good price with the 10-20% Covid-19 tax!
niefoon13/06/2020 19:32

https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B07LGF54XR Not even close to being …https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B07LGF54XR Not even close to being the median price and miles away from the lowest price. Arctic.


I agree, you should either buy one in November 2019 or April 2022 as they are the cheapest dates.
niefoon13/06/2020 19:32

https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B07LGF54XR Not even close to being …https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B07LGF54XR Not even close to being the median price and miles away from the lowest price. Arctic.



Yes, well aware of that and before 3camels BOT, I posted that myself
Nov 2019
£82.49 Dec 2019 to be the chepest ever, where I got it for £54.99 with voucher stacked. Like I mentioned everything in the description. it's up to the post and comment that helps us all..
Edited by: "Brutes" 13th Jun
The Adata SX8200 pro is better imo.
Brutes13/06/2020 19:39

Yes, well aware of that and before 3camels BOT, I posted that myselfNov …Yes, well aware of that and before 3camels BOT, I posted that myselfNov 2019£82.49 Dec 2019 to be the chepest ever, where I got it for £54.99 with voucher stacked. Like I mentioned everything in the description. it's up to the post and comment that helps us all..



Just posting information for those that don't live on the site 24/7. I'm currently in the market for this particular NVMe drive and I'm not biting at this price. Too pricey for me. £100-110 would be my biting point but congrats on the finding it for sub £100.
niefoon13/06/2020 19:43

Just posting information for those that don't live on the site 24/7. I'm …Just posting information for those that don't live on the site 24/7. I'm currently in the market for this particular NVMe drive and I'm not biting at this price. Too pricey for me. £100-110 would be my biting point but congrats on the finding it for sub £100.


Fair enough, and I am sharing the same info. I did calrify everything in OP. Your commet is helpful and so is my reply.
Edited by: "Brutes" 13th Jun
Brutes13/06/2020 19:47

Fair enough, and I am sharing the same info. I did calrify everything in …Fair enough, and I am sharing the same info. I did calrify everything in OP. Your commet is helpful and so is my reply.


Sorry I must have missed the camels link in your OP. It's all good, thanks for posting
niefoon13/06/2020 19:52

Sorry I must have missed the camels link in your OP. It's all good, thanks …Sorry I must have missed the camels link in your OP. It's all good, thanks for posting



Like I said I'd mention the price is high, but yes didn't post 3Cs. So apologies for that. Thanks for your helpful comment.
The issue with any SSD is you are captive to NAND based pricing (which is commodity like) and fluctuates a great deal. Spot pricing for TLC NAND has been going up most of 2020 so far, and demand for NAND has also increased, with 8.3% growth QoQ.

So if you could get it for £1.53 seven months ago, that doesn't mean you aren't going to have to pay £300 now if you want one. Using extremes as it's trendy these days.
This is solid nvme drive but this price is too high. I bought 512gb version for 50 quid last year and it is worth every penny.
niefoon13/06/2020 19:32

https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B07LGF54XR Not even close to being …https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B07LGF54XR Not even close to being the median price and miles away from the lowest price. Arctic.


Not really arctic if you need this particular item and you need it it now, provided it's the lowest price I can currently get it for then surely that makes it a deal in the current market.

The op clearly stated it's still a bit pricey and gave the price trend giving users the ability to make an informed decision.
Cold in afraid, 3 weeks ago it was 109, probably even a week ago
PenguinsForAll13/06/2020 20:19

Cold in afraid, 3 weeks ago it was 109, probably even a week ago


That might be Q not this.. but cold vote is accepted with my heart.
Edited by: "Brutes" 13th Jun
Brutes13/06/2020 20:21

That might be Q not this.. but cold vote is accepted with my heart.


Ah your correct, apologies. I really wish manufacturers would be more clear with naming

Also wish I could revote on this deal!
Looking to make my own ssd external storage device,any suggestions please?
Edited by: "savedosh2day" 13th Jun
savedosh2day13/06/2020 20:46

Looking to make my own ssd external storage device,any suggestions please?


Buy something like this or a SATA SSD with a USB 3.X enclosure.
This feels like it's just the price of the drive as opposed to a deal. It's cold for me. Nowt wrong with SLJ Trading though. No problems with them after at least 20 orders through Amazon.
Alex545413/06/2020 20:13

This is solid nvme drive but this price is too high. I bought 512gb …This is solid nvme drive but this price is too high. I bought 512gb version for 50 quid last year and it is worth every penny.


Yes, been lot lower than this. I bought 512GB for £29.99 I think at the same when you bought for £50.
When I posted Adata XP8200 Nvme for the same price, Many came up with this instead, This will help deciding among these two . That's the whole point of this post.
You understand that prices won't go down any time soon. So to be real, this is normal price for sabrent ssd. I got some nice experience with their customer service, so can't say they are bad of expensive. Check price for Samsung , with same warranty lenght
Been 129 for last 3 weeks as been monitoring manually as CCC isn't updating currently.

Ordered one last week as best value for what I needed at the time. Decent speed so far.
complete joke, this should be max 100£.
Alex545413/06/2020 20:13

This is solid nvme drive but this price is too high. I bought 512gb …This is solid nvme drive but this price is too high. I bought 512gb version for 50 quid last year and it is worth every penny.


Yep, and same said drive in now 65-70. The market dictates the price. I bought this for £129 2 months ago. Quality drive.
Can't really tell what's the difference between this and the copper coloured one (B07TLYWMYW)
bystander17/06/2020 03:14

Can't really tell what's the difference between this and the copper …Can't really tell what's the difference between this and the copper coloured one (B07TLYWMYW)


There're some difference :
Copper one is PCIe Gen 4.0 and has higher speed and compatible with newer baords.
Bit of explanation here
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