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WD Blue SN500 Internal NVMe SSD - 500GB £56.99 @ Amazon
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WD Blue SN500 Internal NVMe SSD - 500GB £56.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Looks to be good value from what I can see elsewhere.

  • Sequential read speeds up to 1, 700MB/s and sequential write speeds up to 1, 450MB/s
  • WD Blue SN500 NVMe SSD enables low power draw while maintaining significantly higher performance over SATA
  • Fuelled by Western Digital an in-house controller and 3D NAND supporting PCIe NVMe interface and DRAM-less configurations
  • Tested in the Western Digital F. I. T. Lab for compatibility, WD Blue SN500 NVMe SSDs are certified to work with a wide range of high-performance PC configurations and motherboards. And with a 5-year limited , you get reliable storage for the long haul
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Should I wait for a better deal in the coming weeks on a 500gb nvme?
AdharshRapheal22/11/2019 16:31

Should I wait for a better deal in the coming weeks on a 500gb nvme?


Yeah I reckon so. Sabrent will come on again hopefully.
would this be a good device for the o.s and a few of my main used programmes to go on? Building my first build.
Does this have real world advantages over normal SATA SSDs
tonyyeb22/11/2019 16:44

PCIe interface is typically faster than SATA: …PCIe interface is typically faster than SATA: https://www.enterprisestorageforum.com/storage-hardware/pcie-ssd-vs-sata.html


Cheers,

But is it more value than SATA compared to nvme?
AdharshRapheal22/11/2019 16:46

Cheers,But is it more value than SATA compared to nvme?


Yeah get more storage for your money with SATA SSD but not by much. Cheapest 500GB on Amazon is currently is a Kingston 480GB A400 for £43.50 from what I can see.
AdharshRapheal22/11/2019 16:36

Does this have real world advantages over normal SATA SSDs


SATA SSD can have read/write speeds around 100MB/s. This NVMe one is around the 1500MB/s mark. Some can even go as high as 3500MB/s. So there are some huge gains in this hardware. I’m holding out for a deal on one of the faster ones over the next couple of days
DanHive22/11/2019 16:33

would this be a good device for the o.s and a few of my main used …would this be a good device for the o.s and a few of my main used programmes to go on? Building my first build.



Yes, I use this as the boot drive in my intel nuc. Very quick drive and been rock solid for me.
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