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WD Green SSD 2.5"/7mm 1TB - 545MB/s R- 3 years limited Warranty - £87.29 With Newsletter Code @ Westerndigital Shop

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Posted 27th MayEdited by:"Brutes"

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Also, there's 15% off Student, Teacher & Senior Discount at Western Digital,
making it ££82.44.
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Lightweight and shock resistant, WD Green SSDs use no moving parts and help keep your data safe from loss in the case of accidental bumps and drops.
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3-Year Limited Warranty
Every WD Green SSD includes a 3-year limited warranty so you can confidently trust WD for all your data needs.

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Rather than tell you it has no moving parts, like any ssd, why not instead tell you it's dram less? Marketing huh.
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Any good for gaming?
Think the picture may be incorrect
Rather than tell you it has no moving parts, like any ssd, why not instead tell you it's dram less? Marketing huh.
These kind of drives are just perfect for things like PS4/Pro. SSD makes a difference, but because the controller cannot make full use of the bandwidth the drive can provide - cheap and cheerful is the way to go.
Hi, got the promo code but there doesn't appear any where to add this, please can you advise?
GWAR_78627/05/2020 23:47

Hi, got the promo code but there doesn't appear any where to add this, …Hi, got the promo code but there doesn't appear any where to add this, please can you advise?


Go to basket, on the right bottom there's coupon box.40894839-j6YXp.jpg
Thanks, went to the checkout and there was no code box, but as you say it's in the basket section, worked great, cheers to you
enclavemarine27/05/2020 22:51

Think the picture may be incorrect


Thanks, changed to 1TB
Edited by: "Brutes" 28th May
This or the Samsung qvo deal?
The £82.44 offer is quite good


This and the SanDisk plus look likely to both be DRAM-less drives, which had some negativity a few years back, any updates on that?
tomshardware.com/uk/…tml
Edited by: "EQL" 28th May
EQL28/05/2020 02:26

The £82.44 offer is quite good This and the SanDisk plus look likely to …The £82.44 offer is quite good This and the SanDisk plus look likely to both be DRAM-less drives, which had some negativity a few years back, any updates on that?https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/reviews/dramless-ssd-roundup,4833-10.html


It depends who you ask... some will tell you to avoid as they utterly useless (I suspect based on tech reviews) and others, like me, who actually used them will say they're fine for most daily users and the lack of dram cache possibly won't make much odds. I find my BX500 (no dram cache) can slow down on heavy duty work with large files but for most of the time it's fine, and better than a mechanical drive by many times. If you're a heavy gamer, video, audio or image editor or work with large complex files then probably favour the drives with dram cache.
If your budget permits then I would get the Crucial MX500 or Samsung Evo 860 but if if you're looking to pep up some older or less used PC then the lack of dram is not a huge problem.
I wonder if there are any issues using this as a TV recorder drive ...I wouldnt think so , but you can never be sure. Can I transfer all my older recordings to this new drive (enough USB slots on my Sony TV)
supermann27/05/2020 22:55

Rather than tell you it has no moving parts, like any ssd, why not instead …Rather than tell you it has no moving parts, like any ssd, why not instead tell you it's dram less? Marketing huh.


I was wondering that, too. They ever seen to say dram or no dram etc.
Should come in handy with all the free game downloads popping up
Would this work for a replacement for an internal PS4 drive?
It is slow and sucks for larger file transfers
A spare 15% off code for this would be greatly appreciated, thanks
Please could somebody kindly pm me a code for 15% off.

Thank you in advance
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