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WD Blue 3D NAND 1TB Internal SSD M.2 SATA drive £89.26 at Amazon
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WD Blue 3D NAND 1TB Internal SSD M.2 SATA drive £89.26 at Amazon

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Posted 1st JanEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Great speeds and good value 1TB drive.

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Specification:
- Interface: WD Blue SSD M.2 2280
- Sequential Read up to (MB/s): 560
- Sequential Write up to (MB/s): 530
- Random Read up to (IOPS): 95k
- Random Write up to (IOPS): 84k
- Endurance (TBW): 400
- DEVSLP (mW): 5-12
- MTTF: Up to 1.75M hours
- Dimensions: 2.38mm x 22mm x 80mm
- Weight: 6.5g
- Warranty: 5 years
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No capacity anywhere in the title or body.
21 Comments
I should state this is a SATA and not NVMe drive.
stuellis01/01/2020 11:50

I should state this is a SATA and not NVMe drive.


It does in the title. Solid state drive.
Solado01/01/2020 11:57

It does in the title. Solid state drive.


Both are solid state drives using M.2 socket but SATA and NVMe are not the same. So no the title does not state this.
please change header to include SSD - its what most of us search on!

Happy New Year
please add SSD!
Voted hot. But Sata =Serial Advanced Technology Attachment ,not Solid State Drive.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 1st Jan
It would also be good to have the capacity in the title
No capacity anywhere in the title or body.
voted hot for this 1TB SSD :-)
sadbuttruee01/01/2020 13:36

voted hot for this 1TB SSD :-)


Does anyone know if this will work in an Acer Swift 1? I currently have the 500GB WD Blue in the M2 slot which is over the official max supported size (of 256GB??)

As the 500GB works fine I would assume the 1TB will as well but I have not found any confirmation of this so far?
peakbear01/01/2020 14:12

Does anyone know if this will work in an Acer Swift 1? I currently have …Does anyone know if this will work in an Acer Swift 1? I currently have the 500GB WD Blue in the M2 slot which is over the official max supported size (of 256GB??)As the 500GB works fine I would assume the 1TB will as well but I have not found any confirmation of this so far?


So I just looked and according to this link people have successfully put in a 1TB WD Blue which is great.

community.acer.com/en/…ssd
Would be nice to know what the capacity is. I'm guessing that this is the 480GB/512GB then it's a cold from me.
RockBlesnar01/01/2020 13:21

No capacity anywhere in the title or body.



Opethian01/01/2020 14:54

Would be nice to know what the capacity is. I'm guessing that this is the …Would be nice to know what the capacity is. I'm guessing that this is the 480GB/512GB then it's a cold from me.



Kartnet01/01/2020 13:20

It would also be good to have the capacity in the title



bertie.wooster201/01/2020 11:59

please change header to include SSD - its what most of us search on!Happy …please change header to include SSD - its what most of us search on!Happy New Year



stuellis01/01/2020 11:50

I should state this is a SATA and not NVMe drive.


Thank you all for noticing, sorted now. Happy new year
Tacavas01/01/2020 15:28

Thank you all for noticing, sorted now. Happy new year


You're welcome. Thanks for keeping the deals flowing in
1TB in title but I'm just wondering why a battery is needed.
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Edited by: "Gort1951" 1st Jan
Is the SN550, which is a 1TB NVMe drive worth the extra £20 for future proofing?
stuellis01/01/2020 11:58

Both are solid state drives using M.2 socket but SATA and NVMe are not the …Both are solid state drives using M.2 socket but SATA and NVMe are not the same. So no the title does not state this.


What's the difference? Newb question, but it's 2020, so worth asking
BadMutha501/01/2020 16:33

What's the difference? Newb question, but it's 2020, so worth asking


Short answer is NVMe supports much higher bandwidth/speed. Not all M.2 slots accept both so it’s important to know what you need.
stuellis01/01/2020 16:38

Short answer is NVMe supports much higher bandwidth/speed. Not all M.2 …Short answer is NVMe supports much higher bandwidth/speed. Not all M.2 slots accept both so it’s important to know what you need.


Thanks man! NVMe for me in that case
BadMutha501/01/2020 16:42

Thanks man! NVMe for me in that case


It depends what you do. My latest gaming build has an NVMe drive and to be honest the difference over a good SATA drive is negligible for my usage. The NVMe is much faster in benchmarks but the reality is it does not matter to me, ok Windows can boot in 20 seconds instead of 25 seconds or games load slightly faster. Someone working with large files or many small files may see more benefit but I would not say an NVMe drive is necessary for most, just nice to have.
Edited by: "stuellis" 1st Jan
Ugh. This is awkward. Thought it was half a TB, would have voted hot otherwise. Sorry OP.
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