WD Black SN750 with an advanced factory heat sink

WD Black SN750 with an advanced factory heat sink

We are all waiting for the QLC dice to debut on the high-end disc market, but it turns out that we will have to wait for it. Unless the largest producers refresh their NVMe media offers in 2019 for a reason, because they want to get rid of the accumulated stocks of still good TLC. This time it was Western Digital that decided to present its new creation – WD Black SN750.

This family of media, available in four capacitive variants, uses SanDisk’s 64-layer 10nm TLC chips in combination with up to 2GB of DRAM. Of course, it utilizes four PCIe 3.0 lanes via the M.2 interface, supported by the NVMe 1.3 protocol. However, the biggest change compared to its predecessors is optional a solid ribbed radiator created by specialists from EK Waterblocks. Just as processors used to be able to run without any cooling that was required over time, so now is the case with high-performance solid-state drives. It’s just a matter of time until we get those with fans.

The performance itself will be illustrated in the table below, which is much easier to understand:

WD Black SN750 is slowly entering store shelves in the 250 GB ($ 80), 500 GB ($ 130), 1 TB ($ 250) and 2 TB ($ 500) variants. Each of them is covered by a 5-year warranty limited by TBW (200 TB, 300 TB, 600 TB and 1,200 TB respectively).

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Source: TechPowerUp


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