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Posted 9 March 2023

WD Blue SN570 2TB High-Performance M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, 3500MB/s read £106.14 @ Amazon

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Nice price for a great general-purpose drive.

If you're looking for a 2TB NVMe SSD and you don't know which to get, chances are this will fit the bill very nicely.

  • Keep your imagination flowing as you create faster while maintaining low power consumption. With read speeds up to 3500MB/s1 (500GB and 1TB models), your system can run up to 5X faster than our best SATA SSDs so you can stay in your creative moment
  • Remarkable reliability features to help protect your content so you can stress less about losing your brilliant work
  • Work with extra confidence and peace of mind as the downloadable Western Digital SSD Dashboard helps you monitor your drive’s health, available space, temperature and more
  • Build your ideal creation engine. Upgrade your system or optimize your next custom build with the slim M.2 2280 form factor. All you need is an NVMe slot
  • Save on space as you pack a lot of performance into your small-form factor PC with a single-sided M.2 2280 PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe SSD
  • Acronis True Image for Western Digital software backs up everything from operating systems and applications to settings and project files with support for PCs



Uses the same basic memory controller and flash package as the SN770 but in a different configuration and with a lower pSLC cache.

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  1. ShakriShikri's avatar
    Can this be used to upgrade a MacBook Pro mid 2014 (A1398) with an adapter? (sorry if repeating in other threads as I haven't got an answer yet.)
    Hatsune_MikuwBK's avatar
    I don't see why not. Might be a good idea to stick with PCIe Gen 3 like this drive just in case though.

    I've found this iFixit teardown mentioning SSD upgrade: ifixit.com/Guide/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Retina+Display+Mid+2014+SSD+Replacement/27849

    "This MacBook Pro uses a proprietary storage drive connector, and is therefore not compatible with common M.2 drives without the use of an adapter."

    Found this adapter with good reviews on Amazon: Voila Reve M.2 NVME SSD Convert Adapter for Upgraded MacBook Air Pro Retina Mid 2013-2017,NVME/AHCI SSD Upgraded Kit for A1465 A1466 A1398 A1502 amzn.eu/d/9HfLndz

    The recommended way to move your old installation onto the new drive is to back it up with Time Machine, replace the drive with the adapter, then restore from Time Machine onto the new drive.

    If you can't backup or wants to start fresh then don't forget to make a bootable installation media before replacing the drive (unless you have a second machine).

    So documentation certainly exists and reviewers for the adapter mentioned upgrading with M.2 drives. Should be possible, but like I said, I'd stick with PCIe Gen 3 drives for compatibility's sake. Gen 4 drives weren't a thing back then so I personally wouldn't risk it. (edited)
  2. greentiger's avatar
    - Won't work in PS5.
    - Doesn't have DRAM (but it doesn't really matter)
    Libertas's avatar
    Why doesn't it matter?

    Genuinely would appreciate an education on this. I think a deep dive on DRAM inclusion would help fellow members when choosing their solution.
  3. cantonbean's avatar
    Have two of these in RAID 0 in my X17. 4TB drives come down but it was a good way to get great speed and capacity for cheap.
    greentiger's avatar
    Interesting. Does RAID 0 provide any meaningful performance boost in this scenario?
  4. Oliver_Webb's avatar
    Someone likes PCPartPicker.
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