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1TB WD Black SN750 NVMe PCIe Internal Gaming Solid State Drive w/ Heatsink EXPIRED

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Western Digital Shop has for New Customers: 1TB WD Black SN750 NVMe PCIe Internal Gaming Solid State Drive w/ Heatsink on sale for $139.49 when you follow steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks AdamPendragon
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  2. Click here and add 1TB WD Blue SN750 NVMe PCIe Internal Gaming Solid State Drive w/ Heatsink to cart
  3. Proceed to checkout, discount should be auto-applied
  4. Total will be $139.49 with free shipping after discount for new customers
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WD BLACK SN750 NVMe SSD 1TB with Heatsink
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PS: I understand some people get it on flash sale at $99, but that price would not appear in a short time (until the end of this year maybe)
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The heatsink version has a different firmware which leads to slightly improved sustained operation performance.

It's not going to be noticed in everyday use though. Buhhh.. The heatsink still looks cool. way cooler than most aftermarket sinks.

Do know that it is difficult to remove, and can risk damaging the pcb, Some batches use extremely sticky tape, other batches pop right off.
Nah, as long as the average user means not hammering the drive. I run VM's and several other things off mine and haven't had any issues without a heatsink.

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How does this compare to the Samsung EVO 970 1TB NVMe?
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How does this compare to the Samsung EVO 970 1TB NVMe?
The two are very close in most benchmarks https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...608-3.html
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Just wondering if the heat sink is needed for an average user?
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Just wondering if the heat sink is needed for an average user?
I purchased without the heatsink in April for ~ $120 and havent had or seen any issues.
For this price, I likely would have ordered this if it was available though.
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This is a great product so far. I have had 1 for since Black Friday. Easy installation and great benchmarks. Heatsink is a must on my Gigabyte motherboard due to location.
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Best price available for this ATM. I bought The version without the heat sink two days ago for $134 FWIW. You need to register a new account as it adds additional % off. So if you log in with an old account it will be more.
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Just wondering if the heat sink is needed for an average user?
Yes and all the time in my opinion. In simple words, an M2 SSD heatsink would significantly improve performance(on longer W/R task) and longevity(NAND flash lifespan measured at the best condition at 40 degrees celsius). That is the reason why most MB manufacture added a heatsink to at least one slot, at their mid to high-end MB. For my personal example, I got a PM981a previous staples deal, installed an EK heatsink at my test result is the best (379%) in UserBenchmark.
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The heatsink version has a different firmware which leads to slightly improved sustained operation performance.

It's not going to be noticed in everyday use though. Buhhh.. The heatsink still looks cool. way cooler than most aftermarket sinks.

Do know that it is difficult to remove, and can risk damaging the pcb, Some batches use extremely sticky tape, other batches pop right off.
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I'm guessing with the size of that heat sink, this wouldn't really fit in a laptop?
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I'm guessing with the size of that heat sink, this wouldn't really fit in a laptop?
Same concern. I want this for my Asus Tuf laptop
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Not sure about the new account clause, I've had a WD account for months (that I haven't used before) and I'm getting the same price - minus sales tax.
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Just wondering if the heat sink is needed for an average user?
Nah, as long as the average user means not hammering the drive. I run VM's and several other things off mine and haven't had any issues without a heatsink.
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Just wondering if the heat sink is needed for an average user?
I would. I returned mine and got one with a heatsink.
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