Western Digital has introduced its new Western Digital Black SN750 NVMe SSD storage which will be available in capacities of 250 GB for $80, 500 GB for $130, 1 TB for $250, and 2 TB for $500. The WD Black SN750NVMe SSD offers a five-year limited warranty with up to 600TBW endurance for the 1TB model and up to 1200TBW for the upcoming 2TB model.
The new solid state drive (SSD) storage from Western Digital offers users sequential transfer rates of up to 3470 MB/s reads on the 500 GB and 1 TB models. The 250 GB model reads at up to 3100 MB/s, and the 2 TB model up to 3400 MB/s.
Sequential write speeds, too, are improved across the board, with up to 3000 MB/s for the 1 TB model, up to 2900 MB/s for the 2 TB model, up to 2600 MB/s for the 500 GB model, and up to 1600 MB/s for the 250 GB model. 4K random-access numbers can be as high as 515,000 IOPS reads.
The heatsink version will be available globally in Spring 2019 in select Western Digital retailers, e-tailers, resellers, system integrators and distributors. If you’re interested in learning more about the Western Digital Black SN750 NVMe SSD storage jump over to an in-depth review on the WCCFTech website by following the link below.