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Western Digital Green 480GB M.2-2280 SATA III SSD - £42.48 at Amazon
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Western Digital Green 480GB M.2-2280 SATA III SSD - £42.48 at Amazon
Posted 8th Sep 2020

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  • Capacity 480GB
  • Interface SATA 6Gb/s
  • Form Factor 2.5"/7mm M.2 2280
  • Sequential Read up to (MB/s) 545
  • Average Active Power (mW) 80
  • Max Read Operating (mW) 2,800
  • Max Write Operating (mW) 2,800
  • Slumber (mW) 30
  • DEVSLP (mW) 10
  • MTTF Up to 1.0M hours
  • Operating Temperatures 0°C to 70°C
  • Non-Operating Temperatures -55°C to 85°C
  • Operating Vibrations 5.0 gRMS, 10-2000 Hz
  • Non-Operating Vibrations 4.9 gRMS, 7-800 Hz
  • Shock 1,500 G @ 0.5 msec half sine
  • Certifications FCC, UL, TUV, KC, BSMI, VCCI
  • TBW 80
  • Size: 1.5mm x 22.0mm x 80mm
  • Weight: M.2 2280 6.51g +/- 0.5g
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Got the 240GB one, pretty much doesn't want to know being a C: drive. Great as storage but keeps crashing as OS drive. Might just be me.
Sam_Crow08/09/2020 20:15

Got the 240GB one, pretty much doesn't want to know being a C: drive. …Got the 240GB one, pretty much doesn't want to know being a C: drive. Great as storage but keeps crashing as OS drive. Might just be me.


Sounds like a driver or chipset issue.
Edited by: "cactusbrandy" 8th Sep
cactusbrandy08/09/2020 20:30

Sounds like a driver or chipset issue.


Dunno, shouldn't be. Anyway, put in a SATA SSD and that works fine, if a touch slower.
Sam_Crow08/09/2020 20:31

Dunno, shouldn't be. Anyway, put in a SATA SSD and that works fine, if a …Dunno, shouldn't be. Anyway, put in a SATA SSD and that works fine, if a touch slower.


I’ll have it if you don’t want it!
Sam_Crow08/09/2020 20:31

Dunno, shouldn't be. Anyway, put in a SATA SSD and that works fine, if a …Dunno, shouldn't be. Anyway, put in a SATA SSD and that works fine, if a touch slower.


But this is a SATA SSD anyway!
Don't confuse this with nvme which can be nearly 10 times faster just because its the same form factor!

I got a Sabrent Rocket 1TB from Amazon for less than £100 last year with 3400 MB/s read speeds
Edited by: "coolhand83" 8th Sep
Sam_Crow08/09/2020 20:15

Got the 240GB one, pretty much doesn't want to know being a C: drive. …Got the 240GB one, pretty much doesn't want to know being a C: drive. Great as storage but keeps crashing as OS drive. Might just be me.


Hi, I used to use these WD 240GB Drives as OS Drives. They, for the greater part are fine, but there IS a high rate of failure on them, like you say when used for the OS. DON'T buy an Amazon re-certified or Warehouse drive. This is the reason for the return in the first place! Get it changed, as they should be fine once you have a good one.
Heat, great price for a reasonabe storage upgrade!
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