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2TB WD Green SN350 M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Western Digital has 2TB WD Green SN350 M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive SSD (WDS200T3G0C) on sale for $139.99. Shipping is free.

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Amazon has 2TB WD Green SN350 M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive SSD (WDS200T3G0C) on sale for $139.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 3200 MBps
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 3000 MBps

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  • QLC NAND
  • Sequential Read/Write Speed: Up to 3200/3000 MB/s
  • 4KB Random Read/Write: Up to 500,000/450,000 IOPS
  • TBW: 100TB
  • MTTF: 1M Hours
  • Warranty 3 Years
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TBW means Terabytes Written, and is not a speed rating, for anyone who may not know. It is an endurance rating, and 100 is extremely low.

Microcenter has their Inland Professional for $165 with a TBW of 600, meaning it is engineered to handle approximately 6x more data transferred.

The Inland Premium 2TB is $190 with a TBW of 3200! 32x the endurance of this model.

Similar price/performance ratio can be found with other brands if you don't have a Microcenter nearby.
100tbw is extremely low for a 2TB drive. spend 20 to 30 more and get 6x more tbw!
3 year warranty is weak.

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Quote from suryasis :
link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/b09dvrbnwv

spec:
  • qlc nand
  • sequential read/write speed: Up to 3200/3000 mb/s
  • 4kb random read/write: Up to 500,000/450,000 iops
  • tbw: 100tb4mttf: 1m hours
  • warranty 3 years
fyi, 100tbw
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100 tbw, good secondary drive but dont use this as a main drive
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3 year warranty is weak.
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Quote from gerbintosh :
100 tbw, good secondary drive but dont use this as a main drive
Probably a good solution for all your installed games and media Library.
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100tbw is extremely low for a 2TB drive. spend 20 to 30 more and get 6x more tbw!
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feel like it isn't worth cheaping out to get this.
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Quote from Materialism :
feel like it isn't worth cheaping out to get this.
I agree, just 20-30$ for a much better drive.
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TBW means Terabytes Written, and is not a speed rating, for anyone who may not know. It is an endurance rating, and 100 is extremely low.

Microcenter has their Inland Professional for $165 with a TBW of 600, meaning it is engineered to handle approximately 6x more data transferred.

The Inland Premium 2TB is $190 with a TBW of 3200! 32x the endurance of this model.

Similar price/performance ratio can be found with other brands if you don't have a Microcenter nearby.
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I like WD, but why not spend a few more $$$ to get the SN770? 100TBW is extremely low for a 2TB drive. This is basically just for storage. It will take a while to hit 100TBW, but that isn't giving you a lot of endurance.

Here is a TBW calculator for those interested.

https://wintelguy.com/dwpd-tbw-gbday-calc.pl
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While 100TBW is really low, that doesn't mean it will fail earlier or is even more likely. Lowering the probability of returns means it can be sold for a lower cost.

There are some use cases this would be fine. Like a light usage computer.
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100 tbw would be good enough for the majority of people who use desktops/laptops before it is outdated.

Just because you would actually exceed that doesn't mean the 75%+ other users will.
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