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This might just be the cheapest PCIe 4.0 Cyber Monday SSD deal we'll find today

Sabrent 500GB Rocket Nvme PCIe 4.0 M.2 cyber monday deal
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Ripping through the turbulent atmosphere of Cyber Monday SSD deals, are some amazing deals on Sabrent Rocket NVMe SSDs. These speedy storage solutions are down to a propelling $90, down from $120. That's a quarter off the RRP, meaning you can get you can get your hands on the latest super fast storage, for under $90. Ridiculous.

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With leading class levels of endurance, the Sabrent Rocket should see you right with its fanciful 850TBW. Not to mention the sequential 5,000MB/s read and 2,500M/s write speeds it throws up when paired with Gen4 MOBOs. It even boasts an honorable 3,400MB/s and 2,500MB/s over PCIe 3.0 connections, as well.

Even the software that comes with the Rocket is top-tier. It includes a free OEM copy of Acronis True Image, Sabrent’s Sector Size Converter (SSC) which lets you switch between 4K and 512e sector sizes, and a Control Panel app—so you can monitor it and upgrade the firmware.

Sabrent Rocket | 500GB | PCIe 4.0 | $119.98
Speedy Sequentials

Sabrent Rocket | 500GB | PCIe 4.0 | $119.98 $89.99 at Amazon (save $30)
This could be the cheapest PCIe 4.0 SSD you find today, certainly the quickest one down below the $100 mark anyways. The Rocket is using TLC rather than QLC memory and that means it can maintain impressive read/write performance on Gen4 motherboards (5,000MB/s and 2,500MB/s) and on older PCIe 3.0 boards too (3,400MB/s and 2,500MB/s).

Sabrent Rocket | 1TB | PCIe 4.0 | $319.99

Sabrent Rocket | 1TB | PCIe 4.0 | $319.99 $149.99 at Amazon (save $170)
The speediest of Sabrent's current PCIe 4.0 SSDs, is less than half price today, and for that $150 you get a serious NVMe drive sporting TLC memory with max read/write speeds of 5,000MB/s and 4,400MB/s respectively. And even in a older, non Gen4 motherboard you'll still get higher performance than most dedicated PCIe 3.0 SSDs.

The alternative 1TB version noted above is also a viable option, so have a look there if you're looking to keep more than a few big games installed at once. Obviously it's a little more expensive than its lower capacity counterpart, but other than more storage space, you're also getting even speedier sequential writes of up to 4,400MB/s. 

And for such a discount, either of these are worth a look. Still, if neither tickles your fancy, below are some more alternatives.

Katie Wickens

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