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NOW $94.99
WAS $129.99
-Free shipping in the US on orders over $25.
-Free 2-day shipping for Prime members.

Qunar PS5019-E19-35 host, SanDisk 3D NAND particles, DRAMless design, sustained read speed 3600MB/s, sustained write speed 2830MB/s, random speeds up to 525k/640k IOPS, 600TBW, 5 year warranty.

In the first half of this year, Western Digital launched the SN750 SE based on PCIe 4.0 host, but the SN750 SE is not strong enough to succeed the SN750, after all, it is a quad-channel entry-level PCIe 4.0 host E19T without DRAM cache, and it cannot compete with the flagship PCIe 3.0 positioning of the SN750 in terms of internal and external random and longevity, more like the XBOX It is more like the built-in SN530 in the XBOX Series X.

The 1TB model is still a single-sided particle perfect for gaming notebooks, and will be available after the PS5 officially opens up its M.2 slot, and is the same solution as the XSX|S internal storage, so maybe after Huaqiangbei makes a push it will also be available for the XSX, allowing you to expand the XSX|S capacity without having to buy an expensive Seagate XSX-specific memory card.

https://www.amazon.com/WD_BLACK-S...B095HB3L6G
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Seems like a good deal. Is the SN850 from best buy worth an extra $50?
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How does this compare to the Blue SN570 performance wise? Seems very similar except for the PCIe 4 interface which it's not fully taking advantage of. But this does allow for PS5 compatibility.
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Picked this up from WD's website for the same price + 15% cb... Not sure if I'm keeping it though due to the performance
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Thanks for the post, in for 1!

Also note, if you have a Prime CC, you get back 10% total instead of the usual 5%.
https://www.amazon.com/l/17985366...AVLFHOKVZE
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slow for gen4. When gen 3 maxes out at 3400ish, seems like this drive is just barely faster at 3600. Feels like an ok deal.
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Quote from Rep_Me :
Picked this up from WD's website for the same price + 15% cb... Not sure if I'm keeping it though due to the performance
Link please?
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This drive is mostly worth it as a budget PS5 drive. The Ps5 is unlikely to be able to produce the work load that this drive flounders at.
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Quote from fi3nom :
Seems like a good deal. Is the SN850 from best buy worth an extra $50?
wait for samsung 980pro if you're not under budget XD
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How does this compare to the Blue SN570 performance wise? Seems very similar except for the PCIe 4 interface which it's not fully taking advantage of. But this does allow for PS5 compatibility.
It's fine if used on ps5/xbox, not recommended for pc. But I heard it's only about 350M/s in practice (not even as good as sn550)
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It's fine if used on ps5/xbox, not recommended for pc. But I heard it's only about 350M/s in practice (not even as good as sn550)
Interesting. However, I haven't heard the same thing about the slow speed in practice. Where did you hear that? I would be surprised if this was slower than the SN550. I'm sure it would be fine for PC, as good as others in this price range.
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slow for gen4. When gen 3 maxes out at 3400ish, seems like this drive is just barely faster at 3600. Feels like an ok deal.
Tested at 5037 read in my ps5
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NOW $94.99
WAS $129.99
-Free shipping in the US on orders over $25.
-Free 2-day shipping for Prime members.

Qunar PS5019-E19-35 host, SanDisk 3D NAND particles, DRAMless design, sustained read speed 3600MB/s, sustained write speed 2830MB/s, random speeds up to 525k/640k IOPS, 600TBW, 5 year warranty.

In the first half of this year, Western Digital launched the SN750 SE based on PCIe 4.0 host, but the SN750 SE is not strong enough to succeed the SN750, after all, it is a quad-channel entry-level PCIe 4.0 host E19T without DRAM cache, and it cannot compete with the flagship PCIe 3.0 positioning of the SN750 in terms of internal and external random and longevity, more like the XBOX It is more like the built-in SN530 in the XBOX Series X.

The 1TB model is still a single-sided particle perfect for gaming notebooks, and will be available after the PS5 officially opens up its M.2 slot, and is the same solution as the XSX|S internal storage, so maybe after Huaqiangbei makes a push it will also be available for the XSX, allowing you to expand the XSX|S capacity without having to buy an expensive Seagate XSX-specific memory card.

https://www.amazon.com/WD_BLACK-S...B095HB3L6G
I may be misunderstanding you, but the PS5 has already taken the expansion support out of beta. It is currently fully activated on the newest firmwares.
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I almost went for this deal, but ultimately went with the Samsung 980 1TB m.2 at Dell.com for $99 free ship and a $10CB from a certain site.
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