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WD Black SN750 High-Performance NVMe Internal Gaming SSD £127.99 @ Amazon
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WD Black SN750 High-Performance NVMe Internal Gaming SSD £127.99 @ Amazon

£127.99£137.997%Amazon Deals
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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Expensive, but a good price for a 1TB M.2 SSD, and it's never been this cheep before.

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This one is the best kind for gaming, according to techradar: techradar.com/uk/…sds
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Finally! A gaming edition SSD! Sick of those ones that only let you run non-gaming software.
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Heat. Ordered.
Performance very similar to 970 evo plus and much cheaper
Finally! A gaming edition SSD! Sick of those ones that only let you run non-gaming software.
grphillips22/11/2019 20:25

Finally! A gaming edition SSD! Sick of those ones that only let you run …Finally! A gaming edition SSD! Sick of those ones that only let you run non-gaming software.


I know! It's insane that they deliberately cut themselves off from such a huge market.
better to get the corsair force mp510 960gb from ebuyer ~£100
tweaktown.com/rev…tml .. all depends on the review site. Seems the cheaper ADATA SX8200 still performs better overall.
alan.stevens22/11/2019 22:12

www.tweaktown.com/reviews/8874/western-digital-black-sn750-ssd-review/amp2.html .. all depends on the review site. Seems the cheaper ADATA SX8200 still performs better overall.


I'm not, quite, enough of a geek to really argue, but for what it's worth I've read that random access reading is more useful than sequential, in such case the SN750 wins but ultimately your wallet has to have the deciding vote
alan.stevens22/11/2019 22:12

www.tweaktown.com/reviews/8874/western-digital-black-sn750-ssd-review/amp2.html .. all depends on the review site. Seems the cheaper ADATA SX8200 still performs better overall.


The differences are purely synthetic with reviews resorting to numbers that would only be relevant for enterprise usage - only there are better enterprise offerings. The higher end consumer NVMe offerings with DRAM cache are all as good as each other in practice.
d_k_u_h22/11/2019 23:16

The differences are purely synthetic with reviews resorting to numbers …The differences are purely synthetic with reviews resorting to numbers that would only be relevant for enterprise usage - only there are better enterprise offerings. The higher end consumer NVMe offerings with DRAM cache are all as good as each other in practice.


I've wrote before the general gamer/browser user should be looking at the 4K read/writes this is why having a NMVe drive is no faster than a SSD in this situation.
adata sx 8200 pro wins them all for price and performance.
Reliability should always come first, or we would all be driving Alfa Romeo's.
And as failure records are updated often, use the latest data.
I for example trust WD Black, Intel, then Corsair, Samsung.
Still my heart bought 970evo..
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