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Several Retailers have 2TB WD Black SN850 NVMe Internal Gaming Solid State Drive (WDS200T1X0E) on sale for $339.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Interface: PCIe Gen4 x4
  • Speed (Read): Up to 7,000MB/s
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Spotted this great deal on Amazon. No coupon needed. It is currently cheaper than its rival Samsung 980 Pro ($359, as of Sept. 13, 2021 on Amazon). Either Samsung or this WD is a great drive, and I would go for the one with a lower price!

https://www.amazon.com/WD_Black-S...B08KFRFL8F In stock soon


Additionally on Newegg, currently backordered: https://www.newegg.com/western-di...6820250160

You should be able to get a price match on Best Buy as well.
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chansaikit asked this question on 09-15-2021 at 08:47 AM
09-15-2021 at 08:47 AM
Yes. Several articles on this, unfortunately I do not have any saved on my phone.
09-16-2021 at 11:34 PM
Yes although they all mention that just like the PS5 requirements a heatsink may be needed. Het one for 10-15$ or get the version of this for $20 more with WD which has the factory and the correct size heatsink.
S.Shayan asked this question on 09-15-2021 at 01:46 PM
09-18-2021 at 01:10 AM
Yes. According to WD it will work for the PS5 & IGN actually recommends this drive as their primary choice in their most recent review comparisons.

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Same price straight from WD ($339.99):
https://shop.westerndigital.com/p...X0E-00AFY0

and if you want the heatsink version for a PS5 or whatever, that's $20 more ($359.99):
https://shop.westerndigital.com/p...XHE-00AFY0

Free UPS Ground shipping, plus 5% back from Rak u ten if you use that.
If you need a drive in a PS5, and are looking for a compatible heat sink, check out this link.
https://nascompares.com/2021/08/0...dated/amp/

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since samsung fixed the 980 pro issues, i'd lean towards that, but many like each one.
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This wasn't that price originally. It was about $400. Definitely not $500+

EDIT: https://urlhasbeenblocked/product/B08KFRFL8F you can see the charting over time. They raised the price briefly but this definitely wasn't the retail price.
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since samsung fixed the 980 pro issues, i'd lean towards that, but many like each one.
What issue did 980 pro have? Sorry was out of the loop for a while.
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Quote from LVNeptune :
This wasn't that price originally. It was about $400. Definitely not $500+

EDIT: https://urlhasbeenblocked/product/B08KFRFL8F you can see the charting over time. They raised the price briefly but this definitely wasn't the retail price.
Yeah. The original price was automatically generated with the system. The previous best deal was something like $359
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Same price straight from WD ($339.99):
https://shop.westerndigital.com/p...X0E-00AFY0

and if you want the heatsink version for a PS5 or whatever, that's $20 more ($359.99):
https://shop.westerndigital.com/p...XHE-00AFY0

Free UPS Ground shipping, plus 5% back from Rak u ten if you use that.
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Does WD sell the heat sink as a customer installable unit? Either that or is there a third-party heat sink compatible with the PS5? That's what I need it for.
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Does WD sell the heat sink as a customer installable unit? Either that or is there a third-party heat sink compatible with the PS5? That's what I need it for.
If you need a drive in a PS5, and are looking for a compatible heat sink, check out this link.
https://nascompares.com/2021/08/0...dated/amp/
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What issue did 980 pro have? Sorry was out of the loop for a while.
They ahd a horrible problem where they would get really, really slow even when not using them much. Like somehow the cache was filling and staying full when it shouldn't, so people were having them be way slower than older ssds. lol. Luckily enough people kept complaining for many MONTHS until samsung apparently fixed it with a firmware update. I have a 1tb, but haven't opened still as I was thinking of getting a 2tb and a 2tb evo plus and then selling my 1tb ones.
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Bought this before it was on slickdeals. Excited!
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Any issues with these drives? I bought the sabrent gen 4 drives. Crapped out at 8 months. Willing yo try this or should i stick with samsung? Samsung has never failed me.
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Any issues with these drives? I bought the sabrent gen 4 drives. Crapped out at 8 months. Willing yo try this or should i stick with samsung? Samsung has never failed me.
Performance and reliability wise no, but they had issues on x570 boards AMD boards where you got half the performance. Allegedly fixed now but x570 is a dumpster fire for SSD's in general.

https://www.tomshardware.com/news...hipset-m-2

https://tweakers.net/reviews/9014...eller.html

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comm...mpared_to/
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prices are finally going back to reality.

I want to use my best buy 15% off coupon and my gift cards in best buy.

I want it but not need it
I guess I'm waiting until blackfriday.

the manufacturers and sellers screwed themselves as I no longer desire to upgrade as I used alternatives. It's too bad.

Too bad newegg has nothing for me to buy nowadays I still have 350 in gift cards.
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They ahd a horrible problem where they would get really, really slow even when not using them much. Like somehow the cache was filling and staying full when it shouldn't, so people were having them be way slower than older ssds. lol. Luckily enough people kept complaining for many MONTHS until samsung apparently fixed it with a firmware update. I have a 1tb, but haven't opened still as I was thinking of getting a 2tb and a 2tb evo plus and then selling my 1tb ones.
...and people still would get a Samsung SSD instead.

That sounds very half-assed.
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