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    Keeping your budget tight doesn't have to exclude you from a fast SSD anymore.
    SSD prices thankfully aren't as absurd as they once were, but it's just facts that you'll always be getting less storage for more money than over the old mechanical hard drives. The same applies, too, when looking at NVMe SSD storage compared to 2.5-inch SATA drives, but it's not all bad news.
    You can still keep a tight budget and get a fast SSD for your PC, and that's exactly where the Sabrent Rocket comes in. With prices starting at just $40 for NVMe performance, even a super budget build can have great performing storage.

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    09-09-2019 07:11 AM

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