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Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2  £109.99 @ Sold by SLJ Trading and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 £109.99 @ Sold by SLJ Trading and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 28th Sep
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 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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38565402-Tnxj5.jpgJust got mine delivered, take a note of the serial number as you need to register within 90 days for the 5 year warranty.
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Outstanding price, including the 5 year warranty!
Ta.
Been this price for a while, if you can wait should fall to around £99 or less in next month or so (black Friday).
Skwoddie28/09/2019 16:52

Outstanding price, including the 5 year warranty! Ta.



Nice, forgot to mention that - I also had the super speeds in the actual title like other NVME posts, however they seem to have gone wayward inbetween moderation and posting
Protoype28/09/2019 16:53

Been this price for a while, if you can wait should fall to around £99 or …Been this price for a while, if you can wait should fall to around £99 or less in next month or so (black Friday).



Sure has, been this low since the beginning of August, but keeps going in and out of stock. Sheer speculation on another fall though? It's already the keenest priced TLC high speed drive and who knows what prices are going to be in a month or so
Edited by: "meherenow" 28th Sep
is this brand sabrent any good? better than the former OCZ?
littlecoupe28/09/2019 18:02

is this brand sabrent any good? better than the former OCZ?


Hard to say as they've only been selling SSDs since late 2018, their core business was other PC items like USB3 adaptors, and such like. I imagine they're getting some OEM to make these for them as they don't appear to have any memory chip fabrication facility of their own.
spannerzone28/09/2019 18:23

Hard to say as they've only been selling SSDs since late 2018, their core …Hard to say as they've only been selling SSDs since late 2018, their core business was other PC items like USB3 adaptors, and such like. I imagine they're getting some OEM to make these for them as they don't appear to have any memory chip fabrication facility of their own.


Thanks, I will look for more reviews
One of the best performing nvme ssds for a ridiculous price. Bargain.
38565402-Tnxj5.jpgJust got mine delivered, take a note of the serial number as you need to register within 90 days for the 5 year warranty.
spannerzone28/09/2019 18:23

Hard to say as they've only been selling SSDs since late 2018, their core …Hard to say as they've only been selling SSDs since late 2018, their core business was other PC items like USB3 adaptors, and such like. I imagine they're getting some OEM to make these for them as they don't appear to have any memory chip fabrication facility of their own.



This SSD is a reference model same as Silicon Power's, Corsair P500 and a few others, just different packaging/labelling.
More info here:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…CKD
Protoype28/09/2019 19:12

This SSD is a reference model same as Silicon Power's, Corsair P500 and a …This SSD is a reference model same as Silicon Power's, Corsair P500 and a few others, just different packaging/labelling.More info here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/RUHRVKX4L95WG/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07KGMBCKD



Nice pic of the excellent internal packaging on that review as well.

Must say, I am well chuffed with this drive - I imagine it's a bit cheaper than the Amazon UK price as the seller is U.S. based and has perhaps managed to circumnavigate some charges by having his stock in a UK warehouse...
Normal price, been this for ages. Good value. but questionable whether its a bargain.
999tigger28/09/2019 19:20

Normal price, been this for ages. Good value. but questionable whether its …Normal price, been this for ages. Good value. but questionable whether its a bargain.



Really? Been this price since the beginning of August (ages?). The "normal" price would appear to be what Amazon sells it for at £149.99.

I'll look forward to your better "bargain" of a similar 1TB NVME drive with >3000Mb/s r/w rates - Does value not equal bargain here on HUKD
Edited by: "meherenow" 28th Sep
Good drive for the money. Generally better performing (not that most would notice) than the 660p. If it's your main drive, probably worth the extra
Edited by: "llamaalarmallama" 28th Sep
meherenow28/09/2019 19:23

Really? Been this price since the beginning of August (ages?). The …Really? Been this price since the beginning of August (ages?). The "normal" price would appear to be what Amazon sells it for at £149.99.I'll look forward to your better "bargain" of a similar 1TB NVME drive with >3000Mb/s r/w rates - Does value not equal bargain here on HUKD


2 months is a long time in terms of SSD prices considering the falls.
Amazons own prices for a lot of products are artificially high so they can claim big discounts . Sometimes they are crazy out of date.

Tech Deals likes them but when it came to choosing he went either for the cheaper intel 660p as if you are gaming you are unlikely to notice the difference and storage is more important or Bands such as Samsung for surety of guarantee and reliability. Anyway its a good drive, good value, just not sure imo its a bargain for the reasons above.
999tigger28/09/2019 20:11

2 months is a long time in terms of SSD prices considering the …2 months is a long time in terms of SSD prices considering the falls.Amazons own prices for a lot of products are artificially high so they can claim big discounts . Sometimes they are crazy out of date.Tech Deals likes them but when it came to choosing he went either for the cheaper intel 660p as if you are gaming you are unlikely to notice the difference and storage is more important or Bands such as Samsung for surety of guarantee and reliability. Anyway its a good drive, good value, just not sure imo its a bargain for the reasons above.


Fair enough, got to say though, your benchmark of a bargain seems pretty high!

I have a 660p as a strict games storage device, to all intents it would be pretty useless as it fills up as a main drive, this one would not however.
Ordered. Thanks
Had my eye on this for a while and it has been this price for some time. Sub £100 is my bite point.
anyone know if this is ok in an iMac. I have the adapter ready as I’m aware it’s not a direct fit. Just compatibility wise? I’ve heard the Samsung’s are a bit dicey on macs.

ive also seen a cheaper nvme drive on amazon. Link below. Cheaper but slower. Can’t find much tech info on it, ie controller etc.
amazon.co.uk/Dat…WU=
Protoype28/09/2019 19:12

This SSD is a reference model same as Silicon Power's, Corsair P500 and a …This SSD is a reference model same as Silicon Power's, Corsair P500 and a few others, just different packaging/labelling.More info here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/RUHRVKX4L95WG/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07KGMBCKD


Good to know thanks.
I might bite at £100

Probably with SSDs and M.2s is if you're gaming you can't install all the games you want especially when you've got some games what take up 100gb
Anyone able to offer any advice on SSDs? Just a gamer and then casual user on pc. Should I stick to Sata SSD as I have right now? Or should I upgrade to TLC, QLC, SLC, MLC based SSD? (Just curious, what is best for speed and reliability?)
Can you run windows 10 OS of this, or can this only be used as a secondary drive?
aka10129/09/2019 16:54

Can you run windows 10 OS of this, or can this only be used as a secondary …Can you run windows 10 OS of this, or can this only be used as a secondary drive?


Yes it'll run very well indeed.
Anybody successfully tried one of these in a Dell XPS13 9360?
Samsung 960 EVO is OEM; they're discontinued and although I've tracked a couple down, they're very expensive as is Samsung's replacement item.
aka10129/09/2019 16:54

Can you run windows 10 OS of this, or can this only be used as a secondary …Can you run windows 10 OS of this, or can this only be used as a secondary drive?


i bought since august with same brand and 1 TB. I builded new PC and installed OS to m2. ssd.
But I really shock windows 10 pro install for less 3min! Very fast install (after copied from usb flash) then your time about privacy configure.
Edited by: "sslesar" 1st Oct
meherenow28/09/2019 19:23

Really? Been this price since the beginning of August (ages?). The …Really? Been this price since the beginning of August (ages?). The "normal" price would appear to be what Amazon sells it for at £149.99.I'll look forward to your better "bargain" of a similar 1TB NVME drive with >3000Mb/s r/w rates - Does value not equal bargain here on HUKD


Since august this year was price is 100 pound
Bought 2 of these a few weeks back and configured them in RAID0, so far so good.
I'm in the process of putting a new build together and have noticed that nvme drives are only a fraction more expensive that regular M.2 ones so I may as well get one - what would its best use be: OS, game library or (small) video files/editing space for footage from my 360 camera?

Whatever doesn't go on the nvme will go on regular SSDs.
Nengwe07/10/2019 10:11

I'm in the process of putting a new build together and have noticed that …I'm in the process of putting a new build together and have noticed that nvme drives are only a fraction more expensive that regular M.2 ones so I may as well get one - what would its best use be: OS, game library or (small) video files/editing space for footage from my 360 camera?Whatever doesn't go on the nvme will go on regular SSDs.


I put a 500Gb WD Black NVME drive in the fast M2 port for OS, then a 1Tb SSD for my Steam/Games folder.
Stuck a 4Tb 7200rpm mechanical drive in for media storage.

Quite tempted to look at the AMD StoreMi solution on my next build, though.
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