The price hike for NAND Flash is approaching, and therefore anything that integrates these chips will see their cost gradually increase, where the first estimates already speak of an increase of 30%. This leads a lot to advance the purchase of RAM, SSD or Pendrive, because no one wants to pay more for the same product. But what if, on top of that, we find an interesting offer for a high-end SSD model?
500 GB WD Black SN750 NVMe drops below $ 100
With that WD Black SN750 NVMe We will get the best from the PCIe bus because it delivers exceptional performance for all tasks, not just gaming. And does an SSD of this type improve the general speed of the PC in certain tasks, such as load times (less difference with a SATA SSD, but dreadful with a hard drive) where this is vital for gaming? , for example.
This SSD is based on 3D NAND Flash, which means double the capacity compared to the previous generation, therefore, WD offers this model with a capacity of up to 4TB.
PcComponentes launches the offer in the version that includes a radiator
If our motherboard is low-end or moderately old, it is more than likely that it does not include a heat sink for M.2 SSDs. If this is not the case and it integrates it, it will be enough to delete the one that includes this WD Black SN750 NVMe, since it is a radiator created and designed by EKWB to improve the performance of the unit and most importantly, that it does not fall off when used for a long time.
But what about performance? Well, as we said before, we are talking about a unit that stands out on the vast majority of SSDs on the market, since it achieves a sequential read performance of 3430 MB / s and performance as a sequential writing of 2600 MB / s.
Plus, it achieves this with fairly compact measurements for a home heatsink model: 80mm x 24.2mm x 8.1mm. And the price? Well, it goes from 105.60 dollars to 95 dollars, a decrease of 10%. Run for him!