The WD_Black 500GB SN750 is a budget-priced NVMe internal gaming SSD that doesn’t lack in performance, and you can get one for $59.99 shipped, today only, originally $129.99. Its ultra transfer speeds provide users with near-instant access to their games and files, allowing them to get back into game action more quickly, while also boosting the system’s overall responsiveness. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
- An exclusive WD BLACK SSD dashboard with gaming mode improves game performance
- Non-heatsink model available in capacities ranging from 250GB to 4TB
- Ideal for enthusiasts building custom desktops or gaming rigs
To support these incredibly fast read and write data speeds, traditional NVMe SSDs are designed to throttle performance in order to keep the drive’s operating temperature within acceptable parameters. However, the WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD offers an option for a sleek EKWB-designed heatsink that dissipates heat from the drive during intense operation, allowing the SSD to run for longer periods of sustained read and write performance.
- 【Designed for M.2 SSD】-The heat sink is specially designed for M.2 2280mm SSD, which is very suitable for desktop computers/Playstation 5, etc.
- 【Double-sided cooling】- Aluminum alloy-Groove design, greatly increase the heat dissipation area, with 10°C - 30°C cooling effect (Varies...
- 【Easy to Install and Operate】 - With double-sided clip design, 6 adjustable height screws, suitable for M.2 SSD of various heights, stable...
VR, immersive features and larger game file sizes mean longer load times for levels, maps and other in-game actions. All of these require faster storage and higher capacity. More intense, longer game play also requires well-managed thermal performance, particularly for high-performance NVMe SSDs. The new WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD delivers unrivaled performance with an architecture designed for gaming, built-in passive cooling and gaming-mode features with heatsink options to be incorporated. We have pushed the boundaries of storage to give hardcore gamers the competitive edge they desire,” said Eyal Bek, vice president marketing, data center and client computing, Western Digital.