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Western Digital WD Blue 3D NAND Internal SSD M.2 SATA, 500 GB - Black, £49.98 at Amazon
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Western Digital WD Blue 3D NAND Internal SSD M.2 SATA, 500 GB - Black, £49.98 at Amazon

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Great speeds and good value drive.
Specification:
- Interface: WD Blue SSD M.2 2280
- Sequential Read up to (MB/s): 560
- Sequential Write up to (MB/s): 530
- Random Read up to (IOPS): 95k
- Random Write up to (IOPS): 84k
- Endurance (TBW): 200
- DEVSLP (mW): 5-7
- MTTF: Up to 1.75M hours
- Dimensions: 2.38mm x 22mm x 80mm
- Weight: 6.5g
- Warranty: 5 years
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NVMe SN500 was £4 more last week. Would rather hold out on deals for that than go with a SATA drive.
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RockBlesnar16/01/2020 17:38

NVMe SN500 was £4 more last week. Would rather hold out on deals for that …NVMe SN500 was £4 more last week. Would rather hold out on deals for that than go with a SATA drive.[Image]


What if your system didn't support NVMe? This is for those people.
rev616/01/2020 18:13

What if your system didn't support NVMe? This is for those people.


Doubt anyone still makes new motherboards with SATA-only M.2 slots? And if you have an older system, you might as well go with a much cheaper 2.5” drive. I can see very few use cases for this.
RockBlesnar16/01/2020 23:54

Doubt anyone still makes new motherboards with SATA-only M.2 slots? And if …Doubt anyone still makes new motherboards with SATA-only M.2 slots? And if you have an older system, you might as well go with a much cheaper 2.5” drive. I can see very few use cases for this.


Not if you have limited sata ports, or a laptop. There's still a use for these believe it or not.
Got one of these 2 months ago. Easy to install and quick, recommend
RockBlesnar16/01/2020 23:54

Doubt anyone still makes new motherboards with SATA-only M.2 slots? And if …Doubt anyone still makes new motherboards with SATA-only M.2 slots? And if you have an older system, you might as well go with a much cheaper 2.5” drive. I can see very few use cases for this.


I believe some older laptops don't support NVMe.
Imcheap30/01/2020 13:57

I believe some older laptops don't support NVMe.


Those older laptops are extremely unlikely to have M.2 slots in the first place.
RockBlesnar30/01/2020 14:06

Those older laptops are extremely unlikely to have M.2 slots in the first …Those older laptops are extremely unlikely to have M.2 slots in the first place.


Just bought a Lenovo Carbon X1C3, it's all it has
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