Western Digital 120GB m.2 SSD Harddrive reduced £34.38 on Amazon
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Western Digital 120GB m.2 SSD Harddrive reduced £34.38 on Amazon

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Found 24th Nov
The 120GB Western Digital solid state has dropped for those of you looking for an m.2 at a great price.
Sequential Read – 540/540 Sequential Write - 465/430 Random Read [4KB] – 37K/37K

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Good price but too small for most users, hot for price

I'm too lazy to Google and wade through a load of pages - what's the difference between WD Green / Blue / Black?
Edited by: "Picard123" 24th Nov

Original Poster

Picard1237 m ago

I'm too lazy to Google and wade through a load of pages - what's the …I'm too lazy to Google and wade through a load of pages - what's the difference between WD Green / Blue / Black?


Think it differs drive to drive, but roughly it's quality, speeds etc with black being best then blue and green last.

Picard12316 m ago

I'm too lazy to Google and wade through a load of pages - what's the …I'm too lazy to Google and wade through a load of pages - what's the difference between WD Green / Blue / Black?



Black is NVMe.
Green has slightly lower sustained write, and significantly lower IOPS than blue.
Apparently both blue and green are 2D TLC though (15nm)

gamersnexus.net/gui…017
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 24th Nov

49 now

Original Poster

Still £34, but December dispatch atm

For info, this is a 2280, so 22mm wide and 80mm long (to the centre of the mounting hole if I'm not mistaken)

Eph10130 m ago

Still £34, but December dispatch atm


49 for me too

Original Poster

timidluke1 m ago

49 for me too


Yea, unfortunately looks like it may be OOS now

Eph1015 m ago

Yea, unfortunately looks like it may be OOS now


says there is 5 left for me, but they are 49...

Original Poster

I think that's a different seller from the original

glenns1 h, 37 m ago

Good price but too small for most users, hot for price


This is a small drive, but it is perfect for using as an OS install drive. Which is what most people would utilise it for. Then use a standard HDD for mass storage. This is becoming standard pratice in morden PC setups.

£49, not really worth it compared to other drives available. Please update the link or the price, as one or the other is incorrect.
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