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1TB WD Black SN850 NVMe M.2 SSD PCIe Gen 4 x4 Internal SSD w/ Heatsink EXPIRED

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Western Digital has 1TB Western Digital Black SN850 NVMe M.2 SSD PCIe Gen 4 x4 Internal Solid State Drive w/ Heatsink on sale for $109.99. Shipping is free.

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  • PCI Express 4.0 x4 interface
  • Backward compatible with PCIe Gen3 x4, PCIe Gen3 x2, PCIe Gen3 x1, PCIe Gen2 x4, PCIe Gen2 x2, and PCIe Gen2 x1
  • The NVMe technology delivers up to 7000MB/s read and up to 5300MB/s write speeds to get you in quicker, with up to 1,000,000 IOPS for a smooth, responsive, and powerful gaming experience.
  • Compatible with Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 operating systems
  • Sleek heatsink
  • Minimizes thermal throttling to push the boundaries of performance for top-tier gaming
  • Light up your station with RGB

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It's not that much more expensive. The WD official site has it for $239 with heatsink (https://www.westerndigital.com/pr...DS200T1XHE) and you can always get 15% off by recycling any hard drive (I hammered and smashed a 2007 HDD before mailing it to the recycling program). Some cashback sites also have 10% back for shopping at wd.com from time to time.
Bout the same price I got it for on prime day. It's a crazy fast SSD. 99th % percentile on passmark.

You need to have a board that supports this for it to be worthwhile though.

The 7000/5000mb/s speeds are accurate
Really want a 2TB add-on for the PS5, but at this price-point... SOOO tempting!!!

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sounds like a good deal, anyone knows why the 2TB one is so much more expensive?
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sounds like a good deal, anyone knows why the 2TB one is so much more expensive?
It's not that much more expensive. The WD official site has it for $239 with heatsink (https://www.westerndigital.com/pr...DS200T1XHE) and you can always get 15% off by recycling any hard drive (I hammered and smashed a 2007 HDD before mailing it to the recycling program). Some cashback sites also have 10% back for shopping at wd.com from time to time.
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It's not that much more expensive. The WD official site has it for $239 with heatsink (https://www.westerndigital.com/pr...DS200T1XHE) and you can always get 15% off by recycling any hard drive (I hammered and smashed a 2007 HDD before mailing it to the recycling program). Some cashback sites also have 10% back for shopping at wd.com from time to time.
https://www.westerndigital.com/co...sy-recycle


looks like Best Buy has a 10% off program - did not know about either, thanks!
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Bout the same price I got it for on prime day. It's a crazy fast SSD. 99th % percentile on passmark.

You need to have a board that supports this for it to be worthwhile though.

The 7000/5000mb/s speeds are accurate
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Really want a 2TB add-on for the PS5, but at this price-point... SOOO tempting!!!
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Really want a 2TB add-on for the PS5, but at this price-point... SOOO tempting!!!
I'm in the same boat! I like to leave a lot of games installed and worried if 1TB will get me through…some of these games are 100GB or larger. Price seems nice but will see what happens around Black Friday with 2TB drives
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WD has it listed for $109.99:
https://www.westerndigital.com/pr...DS100T1XHE

Without the heatsink for $104.99, if you prefer:
https://www.westerndigital.com/pr...DS100T1X0E

Shipping is free.

Honey also offered me $13.99 cash back (in Honey Gold) on the page for either version, bringing the final price down even further, if the Honey Gold is awarded and if it is fully redeemed (may take a couple months).

The Slickdeals extension offered me "Up to 2.5% cash back", if you prefer that route, which is probably more reliable.
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It's not that much more expensive. The WD official site has it for $239 with heatsink (https://www.westerndigital.com/pr...DS200T1XHE) and you can always get 15% off by recycling any hard drive (I hammered and smashed a 2007 HDD before mailing it to the recycling program). Some cashback sites also have 10% back for shopping at wd.com from time to time.
But usually 2TB price should be 170% of 1TB. Maybe I am wrong about that assumption.
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I'm in the same boat! I like to leave a lot of games installed and worried if 1TB will get me through…some of these games are 100GB or larger. Price seems nice but will see what happens around Black Friday with 2TB drives
Yeah those 2 points (100GB+ games and BF) are what I needed to hear -- don't *absolutely* need this *now* so will wait... but still what a deal...
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SN850X at $150 worth it over this?
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Back to pre pandemic finally
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Is this or the Hynix Gold P31 better for performance on Playstation 5? Recently bought the Hynix deal. The Hynix Gold is supposed to perform without undergoing thermal throttling. I was planning on doing the tricks recommended by Tomsguide, leaving the PS5's SSD cover off anyway. I'd buy a cheap heatsink for the Hynix Gold if it necessary for better performance, which seemed unlikely.
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