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Western Digital AU 250GB WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD, WDS500G3X0C
- Read speeds up to 3, 470MB/s2 (500GB - 1TB models) for improved load times.
- Available in capacities ranging from 250GB to 2TB**.
- An exclusive WD BLACK SSD dashboard* with gaming mode improves game performance.
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- The drive is fast: The box says read/writes up to 3400MB/s sequentially. However I've found mine, without any cache enhancements, to be about 2900MB/s. Still very fast. With RAM caching of 4GB (which is what I typically use), read/writes came in about 8000MB/s. See the attached benchmark images for no enhancement runs and with enhancement runs. For reference, with caching my Crucial SSD where the OS used to be would average about 800MB/s.
- Temps are solid: My motherboard included a m.2 heatsink which I am using for this. The m.2 slot on my board for the NVMe primary slot is right under the graphics card. So, when that starts putting out some heat, this thing will heat up a little as well. Even with that temperatures are in very respectable ranges. After running my benchmarks for the drive, the average was 41C and hottest was 44C, as seen in the image. After a gaming session, the peak temperature I've seen for the drive was 55C, but typically stays under 48C.
- Price: The prices for 3D NAND drives have been coming down and probably will continue to do so. Last year at this time, a 500GB drive was about $250. I picked this one up for $120. These will probably come down some more from there. All good news for us consumers.
My only con would be the issues I had with cloning the drive, most of which are not really related to this drive, but more related to the cloning software and my OS.
My final thoughts on this are: this drive performs very close to the Samsung 970 Plus drive. They are also about the same price. The Samsung and this are about the fastest drives you can buy at this price-point and are essentially interchangeable. The SN750 is vastly superior to an SSD, and the differences are noticeable in everyday use. WD products in my experience have been reliable with no drive failing for me in the past. So to anyone looking to get this, I would recommend.
M/B: Asus Prime X470 Pro
RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR4
V/C: Radeon VII
(the whole computer is new)
Note: The software for the drive is also nice. Small footprint and you can select it to not run unless you choose to. So no background processes running. The WD version of the software will also work on the SanDisk drives.