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The 500GB Black SN750 NVMe M.2 Internal SSD from WD delivers top-tier performance for gaming and hardware enthusiasts who are looking to build or upgrade their system. It is a solid choice for expanding your gaming library, as well as storing large multimedia files, including photos, videos, and other applications. This SSD has a 500GB capacity, an M.2 2280 form factor, a PCIe 3.0 x4 interface, and utilizes the NVMe protocol. It also features sequential read speeds of up to 3430 MB/s, sequential write speeds of up to 2600 MB/s, a 1.75 million hours MTTF (mean time to failure), an endurance of 300 TBW, and uses WD's 64-layer 3D NAND flash memory.
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A must grab for anyone who needs this- I'm a 1TB and a 500TB in my rig... just looking for the right 1440p monitor
I'm looking for a good 1440p as well. Have anything in mind yet?
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omg.. I should`ve seen this first before I bought the normal ssd (link below).

I didn`t expect nvme is in the same price range as normal ssd.


https://www.newegg.com/western-di...-_-text-_-
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Why? They have the most consistent shipping and if it's late they give it to you for free a lot of times. Literally last week I ordered a 1TB Adata SX8200 Pro and it got delayed a few days because of the holiday. They completely refunded me and let me keep it.

EDIT: For those who are curious: https://imgur.com/a/ZMONtDq
That's lucky. The best I have had them do is when they sent me a 1070 ti instead of the regular 1070 I ordered, they gave me some money back and let me keep it, but not full refund.

Only places that have let me keep an item free are ebay (item described incorrectly) and target when they forgot to charge me for the back to the future trilogy.
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I've posted before in other postings on SD, but I'll say it again for people curious...

I have the 1tb version and installed it in a 2015 MacBook Air with the sintech adapter. R/w are both a hair over 1400MB/s
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for what it is worth I got the 1TB version of this and also the Adata SX880PNP 1TB

both are on my newly built system and both are connected to PCIe 3.0 x4 lanes.

Heres my take on the WD SN750

on crystal disk benchmark, the WD got read speed of max 3100ish and the Adata got 3600ish.

not that I really care that much about the speed but what bothered me is how much hotter the WD at according to crystal diskinfo

the Adata idle at 42c and the during crystal mark test the temp max out I think about 50c.
the WD on the other hand idle at 55c (red temp alarm already on Crystaldisk info) and crystaldisk mark it hit as high as 65c which is in the red zone for Crystaldisk info.

I was worry about it always running at such a high temp. I end up buying a m2.nvme heatsink from amazon for extra $17 after taxes. (of course there are cheaper but I don't want to risk losing data on saving $10)

one thing different is the WD is on the lower part of the mobo near to a radeon 5700 video card. (see attached picture)
I don't know how much of a difference it would have made. but too lazy to swap the location of the SSD to test
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Exactly

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was $63 on WD store last month. $70 is normal price for this now days.

https://slickdeals.net/f/14118527-500gb-wd-black-sn750-nvme-m-2-internal-solid-state-drive-63-free-shipping?src=SiteSearch
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got it for $63 about a month ago
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A worthy alternative is the Adata XPG SX8200 Pro. I'm currently seeing a $5 off coupon for the 512GB version on Amazon [amazon.com], bringing it to the same price as the SN750. The Adata has slightly better performance.

Here's the conclusion from Tom's Hardware [tomshardware.com] comparing some of these SSDs:
Does the Adata offers 5 years warranty like the WD? If yes, I'm ready to buy the Adata. I do appreciate the article which changed my mind.
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Why is the heatsink version always like $30 more lol
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Do we know which gen? Couldn't tell from site.
Western Digital does not have Gen 4 yet. PCIe Gen 3 x 4 is the memory above.
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for what it is worth I got the 1TB version of this and also the Adata SX880PNP 1TB

both are on my newly built system and both are connected to PCIe 3.0 x4 lanes.

Heres my take on the WD SN750

on crystal disk benchmark, the WD got read speed of max 3100ish and the Adata got 3600ish.

not that I really care that much about the speed but what bothered me is how much hotter the WD at according to crystal diskinfo

the Adata idle at 42c and the during crystal mark test the temp max out I think about 50c.
the WD on the other hand idle at 55c (red temp alarm already on Crystaldisk info) and crystaldisk mark it hit as high as 65c which is in the red zone for Crystaldisk info.

I was worry about it always running at such a high temp. I end up buying a m2.nvme heatsink from amazon for extra $17 after taxes. (of course there are cheaper but I don't want to risk losing data on saving $10)

one thing different is the WD is on the lower part of the mobo near to a radeon 5700 video card. (see attached picture)
I don't know how much of a difference it would have made. but too lazy to swap the location of the geniv
for what it is worth I got the 1TB version of this and also the Adata SX880PNP 1TB

both are on my newly built system and both are connected to PCIe 3.0 x4 lanes.

Heres my take on the WD SN750

on crystal disk benchmark, the WD got read speed of max 3100ish and the Adata got 3600ish.

not that I really care that much about the speed but what bothered me is how much hotter the WD at according to crystal diskinfo

the Adata idle at 42c and the during crystal mark test the temp max out I think about 50c.
the WD on the other hand idle at 55c (red temp alarm already on Crystaldisk info) and crystaldisk mark it hit as high as 65c which is in the red zone for Crystaldisk info.

I was worry about it always running at such a high temp. I end up buying a m2.nvme heatsink from amazon for extra $17 after taxes. (of course there are cheaper but I don't want to risk losing data on saving $10)

one thing different is the WD is on the lower part of the mobo near to a radeon 5700 video card. (see attached picture)
I don't know how much of a difference it would have made. but too lazy to swap the location of the SSD to testW
Quote from geniv
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for what it is worth I got the 1TB version of this and also the Adata SX880PNP 1TB

both are on my newly built system and both are connected to PCIe 3.0 x4 lanes.

Heres my take on the WD SN750

on crystal disk benchmark, the WD got read speed of max 3100ish and the Adata got 3600ish.

not that I really care that much about the speed but what bothered me is how much hotter the WD at according to crystal diskinfo

the Adata idle at 42c and the during crystal mark test the temp max out I think about 50c.
the WD on the other hand idle at 55c (red temp alarm already on Crystaldisk info) and crystaldisk mark it hit as high as 65c which is in the red zone for Crystaldisk info.

I was worry about it always running at such a high temp. I end up buying a m2.nvme heatsink from amazon for extra $17 after taxes. (of course there are cheaper but I don't want to risk losing data on saving $10)

one thing different is the WD is on the lower part of the mobo near to a radeon 5700 video card. (see attached picture)
I don't know how much of a difference it would have made. but too lazy to swap the location of the SSD to testW
My car engine runs at 240 degrees. Do you not think that engineers know what temps are acceptable? SSD's have been around for almost 10 years now and only in the last year has anyone talked about temps. because some youtube hack compared temps. Too much useless information out there...
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Do we know which gen? Couldn't tell from site.
Pretty sure it's gen 3
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My car engine runs at 240 degrees. Do you not think that engineers know what temps are acceptable? SSD's have been around for almost 10 years now and only in the last year has anyone talked about temps. because some youtube hack compared temps. Too much useless information out there...
I have 9 drives on my system (see attached image)
2x SATA mechanical
2x m2.nvme
5x SATA SSD

using Cryustical info NONE of them runs that hot except the WD SN750.
they all idle from 36 to 41 area.

I"m pretty sure running at 55c is within "operating range" . but I'm sure I can prolong the life of the SSD and ensure better data stability/integrity if I cool it down more. My data is worth the extra precaution.

Ohh as a internet car mechanic I'll ask you this.
You car has a running RPM range of 0-7k
would your car run better in the long term if you just run at the normal 1.5k to 3.5k RPM range or constantly over reve it and run it constantly at 5 or 6k?
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Does the Adata offers 5 years warranty like the WD? If yes, I'm ready to buy the Adata. I do appreciate the article which changed my mind.
Yes, it does have a 5 year manufacturer warranty. Link to the Adata page for this drive [xpg.com]. I've got 2 of the older Adata SX8200 (not Pro) 480GB NVMe drives in one system, and a 240 GB in another system, and they've been running fine for almost two years now. I recently built a new system with 1 TB version of the SX8200 Pro and no problems. Granted, I really don't notice any meaningful difference between the slightly slower older version and the newer Pro model doing my everyday computing; they are both plenty fast. The differences probably only show during synthetic benchmarking or side by side comparisons with very heavy file loads.
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for what it is worth I got the 1TB version of this and also the Adata SX880PNP 1TB

both are on my newly built system and both are connected to PCIe 3.0 x4 lanes.

Heres my take on the WD SN750

on crystal disk benchmark, the WD got read speed of max 3100ish and the Adata got 3600ish.

not that I really care that much about the speed but what bothered me is how much hotter the WD at according to crystal diskinfo

the Adata idle at 42c and the during crystal mark test the temp max out I think about 50c.
the WD on the other hand idle at 55c (red temp alarm already on Crystaldisk info) and crystaldisk mark it hit as high as 65c which is in the red zone for Crystaldisk info.

I was worry about it always running at such a high temp. I end up buying a m2.nvme heatsink from amazon for extra $17 after taxes. (of course there are cheaper but I don't want to risk losing data on saving $10)

one thing different is the WD is on the lower part of the mobo near to a radeon 5700 video card. (see attached picture)
I don't know how much of a difference it would have made. but too lazy to swap the location of the SSD to test
....The drive will slow down drastically until the temperatures come back to a reasonable range (around 50ºC or so), at which point you should get your speeds back. If your SSD is hitting 70ºC or higher you are in the danger zone and will notice your machine grind to a halt as it waits for the drive to cool down
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