Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
WD Blue 3D NAND Internal SSD M.2 SATA - 1 TB for £87.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK
378° Expired

WD Blue 3D NAND Internal SSD M.2 SATA - 1 TB for £87.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK

£87.99£92.485%Amazon Deals
Expert (Beta) 6
Expert (Beta)
Posted 2nd Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • Uses 3D NAND technology not only for higher capacities (up to 2TB) than the previous generation WD Blue SSDs, but also to help reduce cell-to-cell interference for enhanced reliability.
  • Offering improved endurance, a WD Blue 3D NAND SATA SSD features an active power draw up to 25% lower2 than previous generations of WD Blue SSDs
  • For high-end computing applications like gaming, HD media playback, or creative software
  • An SSD is designed with no moving parts to help protect against data loss if it is accidentally bumped or dropped
  • Monitor your drive’s available capacity, operating temperatures, SMART attributes and more with the WD SSD Dashboard. Acronis True Image WD Edition software
Community Updates
If you click through or buy, retailers may pay hotukdeals some money, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.

Groups

6 Comments
You can get an NVME drive of the same capacity for the same price, not every device will be able to make use of these difference, but for those that can its upto 6 times faster than this drive.
tbh all the research I've done, boot times and game load times aren't any better than sata ssd... since my motherboard doesn't have nvme, I just bought the MX500

I'm not sure nvme is worth it for pure speed other than video editing or some sort other large data transfers
of course, for similar money, they slot in nicely and save space if your system takes them
The_Pope02/01/2020 09:40

tbh all the research I've done, boot times and game load times aren't any …tbh all the research I've done, boot times and game load times aren't any better than sata ssd... since my motherboard doesn't have nvme, I just bought the MX500I'm not sure nvme is worth it for pure speed other than video editing or some sort other large data transfers


I mostly play onward (vr game). This game takes a long time to load. With ssd it took about 30 sec with the Intel m.2 it takes about 10. Similar with load times on maps.

On other games like overwatch I see 0 difference

Once loaded I also see 0 difference too.
extremetech.com/com…ade

A decent pretty unbiased article. He reckons a 3 to 5% increase in most benchmarks.
Prices on these keep getting better.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text