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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 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:
Without getting overtly political, it's probably better if you buy from literally any other vendor lol

PNY's XLR8 is roughly comparable speedwise in this size, slower in write while slightly faster in read (3500/2000 vs 3430/2600) - but has an 800TBW lifetime vs WD's rather pathetic 300TBW. The differences in endurance are even more pronounced in the 1tb/2tb versions (PNY > 1500 and 3k, WD 600 and 1200).

Only site I can find with the lower capacity is best buy - https://www.bestbuy.com/site/pny-...Id=6356713

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Do we know which gen? Couldn't tell from site.
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Do we know which gen? Couldn't tell from site.
Are you asking if it's PCIe 3.0 x4, which it is, or did you think there was an earlier revision of the SN750?
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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:
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If you need the absolute best endurance, the BPX Pro is currently the best bang for your buck, but it has lower write performance after the SLC cache is exhausted. Both the SX8200 Pro and WD Black SN750 have great write performance, but after the SLC is exhausted, the SX8200 Pro degrades further than the WD Black. Conversely, it maintains higher SLC cache speeds for a longer duration. It's a hard toss-up between the two if you're consistently working with large files, though the SX8200 is slightly cheaper and boasts slightly better endurance and performance.
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I really hate when amazon refuses to price match.
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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:
But if you have a B&H Payboo card, offset by the zeroing out of taxes...
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I really hate when amazon refuses to price match.
Without getting overtly political, it's probably better if you buy from literally any other vendor lol

PNY's XLR8 is roughly comparable speedwise in this size, slower in write while slightly faster in read (3500/2000 vs 3430/2600) - but has an 800TBW lifetime vs WD's rather pathetic 300TBW. The differences in endurance are even more pronounced in the 1tb/2tb versions (PNY > 1500 and 3k, WD 600 and 1200).

Only site I can find with the lower capacity is best buy - https://www.bestbuy.com/site/pny-...Id=6356713
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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
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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:
I would also check this review: https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R3RR432P78GLH2/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07K1H... [amazon.com]

From review: "Well, unfortunately, the synthetic benchmarks are just that and you should take the them with a grain of salt. "

Granted, it's only one review, but the rest are going off benchmarks.
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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
Oh no they've been fine from my perspective as a customer -- I can't say more than that without totally derailing things.
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Got a Best Buy price match and was able to use a few of the free BBY cards from earlier SlickDeals. Thanks for the post!
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Without getting overtly political, it's probably better if you buy from literally any other vendor lol

PNY's XLR8 is roughly comparable speedwise in this size, slower in write while slightly faster in read (3500/2000 vs 3430/2600) - but has an 800TBW lifetime vs WD's rather pathetic 300TBW. The differences in endurance are even more pronounced in the 1tb/2tb versions (PNY > 1500 and 3k, WD 600 and 1200).

Only site I can find with the lower capacity is best buy - https://www.bestbuy.com/site/pny-...Id=6356713
In this tune, do we know which consumer nvme SSDs offer the highest endurance but perhaps more importantly the largest SLC caching capacity? Trying to figure out a cost effective pair for NAS caching...will run probably 30% full all their lives, but be taxed way more often than the average workstation or gaming rig.
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