I have to say that the only data loss from any SSD was from a Samsung 840 EVO. So brands and reviews aren't all they're cracked up to be.I would be cautious about the Sabrents, I've noted some reviews from customers which mentioned their drives upping and dying after a few months. I so very nearly bought the PCIe v3 Sabrent but ended up backing down, had a gut feeling I'd be dealing with data loss down the line. The Samsung 970 Evo+ I eventually bought benchmarked just about as well, good sustained performance under load too. In real world tests it's proven its mettle on my Z390 board. I still have an 870 Evo (SATA) in my old PC which is trucking at 97% health and about 10 TB written since about 2011/2012.
I have to say that the only data loss from any SSD was from a Samsung 840 EVO. So brands and reviews aren't all they're cracked up to be.
I have a Sabrent NVME SSD in a laptop which hasn't even skipped a beat, although it doesn't see as much as the Samsung 970 EVO Plus in my current desktop, which sees above average use with virtual machines and MSMG's ToolKit to edit Windows 10 ISO images.
If I had to choose a new SSD for my Samsung and Sabrent would be up there as my top choices. The only thing that would put me off Sabrent is the fact they aren't well as established as Samsung are in the SSD world and I haven't had the drive in my laptop long enough to says whether or not it's reliable.