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Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD 1TB for £99.11 / 512Gb £58.79 / 256GB for £36.53 Delivered, Sold by SLJTrading and FBA
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Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD 1TB for £99.11 / 512Gb £58.79 / 256GB for £36.53 Delivered, Sold by SLJTrading and FBA

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Posted 15th Jul 2019Edited by:"Brutes"

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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 Toshiba's BiCS 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.

AMAZON REVIEW:
3263349.jpgFeatures:
  • 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.

Product Registration for Warranty (Link 5 years Warranty)
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rkl Thanks for this info.

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When I looked at this there was something wrong, might have been the mean time to failure and warranty, please just check everything. Ow it was the random read speed, a standard SSD was faster and it's random read you want for most tasks. This was for God Benchmark results, unfortunately you have to get something more expensive is you want speed, I opted for an intel one, still cheap but a little faster.
Chris_Page-9a382.7994315/07/2019 05:38

When I looked at this there was something wrong, might have been the mean …When I looked at this there was something wrong, might have been the mean time to failure and warranty, please just check everything. Ow it was the random read speed, a standard SSD was faster and it's random read you want for most tasks. This was for God Benchmark results, unfortunately you have to get something more expensive is you want speed, I opted for an intel one, still cheap but a little faster.


This drive performs as good (better?) as the 970 Evo that is also on a deal, but is 30% cheaper. To stop this misinformation: anandtech.com/sho…e/3 and review numbers for the 970 Evo can be found here: anandtech.com/sho…w/3 . Just as a reminder: all these Sabrent, Silicon Power, etc are just Phison E12 reference designs so perform identical. The only minor exception is the MP510 which uses more overprovisioning and performs different (not better or worse, depends on needs, so see benchmarks).
kvaruni15/07/2019 07:29

This drive performs as good (better?) as the 970 Evo that is also on a …This drive performs as good (better?) as the 970 Evo that is also on a deal, but is 30% cheaper. To stop this misinformation: https://www.anandtech.com/show/13955/the-silicon-power-p34a80-ssd-review-phison-e12-with-newer-firmware/3 and review numbers for the 970 Evo can be found here: https://www.anandtech.com/show/13761/the-samsung-970-evo-plus-ssd-review/3 . Just as a reminder: all these Sabrent, Silicon Power, etc are just Phison E12 reference designs so perform identical. The only minor exception is the MP510 which uses more overprovisioning and performs different (not better or worse, depends on needs, so see benchmarks).


Look at the random read writes page, that's what you use in the real world. Intel 660p ahead, I just wanted it for game load times.
Chris_Page-9a382.7994315/07/2019 07:38

Look at the random read writes page, that's what you use in the real …Look at the random read writes page, that's what you use in the real world. Intel 660p ahead, I just wanted it for game load times.


Yes, good luck with a 660p with a full and/or busy drive: anandtech.com/sho…s/5
That's what I'm saying at this price point you are going to have to make a compromise
Chris_Page-9a382.7994315/07/2019 07:38

Look at the random read writes page, that's what you use in the real …Look at the random read writes page, that's what you use in the real world. Intel 660p ahead, I just wanted it for game load times.


I compromised the amount I can write to disk but I calculated it will last me easily 5 years it's just people buying m2 and normally buying it for speed which this serberent does not give you. You may as well buy a high quality SSD or less.

I just wondered why a company that's not very large was advertising a drive that seem to be a miracle compared to companies that are 1000 times the size and develop and make everything themselves.
kvaruni15/07/2019 07:47

Yes, good luck with a 660p with a full and/or busy drive: …Yes, good luck with a 660p with a full and/or busy drive: https://www.anandtech.com/show/13078/the-intel-ssd-660p-ssd-review-qlc-nand-arrives/5


If it's a.game.drive it's not likely to be busy, and if it's not busy full is irrelevant. He's right for a game drive which is mostly write once read often a 660p is a better option for both price and performance and will easily last 5-10 years.
I have a Lenovo V330-14arr with 256 ssd, which I'm sure I'll fill pretty rapidly. I looked at other storage solutions but the USB drives are painfully slow and sd cards stick out and are asking to be snapped off. I believe it has an unused NVMe slot and was wondering if this would be useful as a main storage drive, keeping the 256 just for the os.
It's a bit annoying that the 2TB version of this Sabrent drive is significantly more than twice the price of the 1TB and is beaten by this 2TB Pioneer even including the 16% voucher discount (though the 5 year Sabrent warranty beats the 3 year Pioneer warranty).

I guess I'll have to wait for Black Friday now to see a 200 quid 2TB high speed NVMe drive (yes, I know the Intel 660p has just dropped below 200 quid, but it's half the speed of this).
Edited by: "rkl" 17th Jul 2019
rkl17/07/2019 00:08

It's a bit annoying that the 2TB version of this Sabrent drive is …It's a bit annoying that the 2TB version of this Sabrent drive is significantly more than twice the price of the 1TB and is beaten by this 2TB Pioneer even including the 16% voucher discount (though the 5 year Sabrent warranty beats the 3 year Pioneer warranty).I guess I'll have to wait for Black Friday now to see a 200 quid 2TB high speed NVMe drive (yes, I know the Intel 660p has just dropped below 200 quid, but it's half the speed of this).



Have you a link to the 5 year Sabrent warranty? I see only one year warranty but extra year warranty (2 years) if registered within 90 days
It's in the "starred small print" on their main product registration page:

sabrent.com/pro…on/

"* Selected product like Rocket NVMe will have a 5 years Extension"

In the end, I just bought the 1TB Sabrent model, along with this PCIe adapter (the cheapest with Prime next-day delivery). I might have been tempted to get 2 x 1TB, but the voucher is only for 1 drive per account...grr...
Edited by: "rkl" 18th Jul 2019
Thanks for posting. Pulled the trigger on this this evening before the voucher code expired.

Busy gathering components for a budgety but punchy system and this looks like a good fit!
Just had my 1TB drive and the adapter delivered today. Comes in a snazzy metal box and I registered it online very easily. Logged in with my Gmail creds, entered the serial number, Amazon order number and purchase date and it now has a warranty through to 17th July 2024. Wowed a few people at work with the price of it :-)
I purchased this at 101 lol.. and now it is 99.
Just a note that I installed my Sabrent tonight and got 3472.8 seq read and 3061.4 Mbyes/sec seq write in Crystal Mark (though I'll be re-formatting it shortly for use in Linux). I screwed it straight into my Asus X370 MB and used the adapter I bought (which came with an M.2 screw - yay!) to stick my Samsung SM961 that was on the MB originally into my final spare PCIe slot. Samsung is working fine too with the adapter (which has a green activity light...at least it does seem to blink :-) ).
Edited by: "rkl" 18th Jul 2019
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