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[Amazon.ca] WD_Black SN750 1TB NVMe Internal Gaming SSD -149.99

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[Amazon.ca] WD_Black SN750 1TB NVMe Internal Gaming SSD -149.99

I see its on sale in canada competures. Amazon had free shipping.

select from amazon from other sellers (See attachment)

direct link : https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07M64 ... EEQB&psc=1
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Amazon OOS, get it at Newegg instead. Don't support Canada Computers.

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https://www.newegg.ca/western-digital-black-sn750-nvme-1tb/p/N82E16820250110?Item=N82E16820250110
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Dhanushan wrote: It is the same drive, retailer is different in thread title (Canada Computers)

@iris11 posted Amazon.ca now selling this drive at the same price as Canada Computers, Memory Express, and Newegg
I think my point was not properly explained.

It's a value-add to post another thread just for the SN750 sold by Amazon.ca. I, and many others, skip over retailers like Canada Computers, Memory Express, and Newegg (or any mix of the aforementioned) but will click on threads that specifically identify Amazon as the retailer.

Apologies for the lack of clarity in my prior post.
MooseV2 wrote: Amazon OOS, get it at Newegg instead. Don't support Canada Computers.
Look again.

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07M64 ... EEQB&psc=1
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when will this work on a ps5
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bLuPhYrE wrote: when will this work on a ps5
Sony wants you to use NVMe Gen 4 drives because it's GPU uses the drive to quick draw terrain or some such thing.

Irony is that there are components of next gen consoles that outpace current PC tech (like the use of ultrafast NVMe drives for terrains), even though we can brute force better graphics on PC right now.

Save your money if you were wanting this for the PS5.
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Is this a good deal for a gaming pc
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bringmedealz wrote: https://www.newegg.ca/western-digital-b ... -_-Product

Best deal out there right now for 1 TB drive of this type is in the link above.
Can someone explain the difference and how it might affect gaming or computing between these 2 models (ie 550 vs 750)? If no real discernable impact, of course go cheaper, but if I'm missing something practical/impactful, would like to know!
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MooseV2 wrote: Amazon OOS, get it at Newegg instead. Don't support Canada Computers.

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https://www.newegg.ca/western-digital-black-sn750-nvme-1tb/p/N82E16820250110?Item=N82E16820250110
you got it backwards, don't support newegg, shady at best.
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bpboop wrote: Is this a good deal for a gaming pc
Yes

The WD BLACK™ SN750 NVMe™ SSD delivers top-tier performance for gaming and hardware enthusiasts who are looking to build or upgrade their PC. Available in capacities up to 2TB, the WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD rivals some of the best performing drives on the market to help give gamers that competitive edge.

https://shop.westerndigital.com/product ... 0-nvme-ssd
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fifi75 wrote: Can someone explain the difference and how it might affect gaming or computing between these 2 models (ie 550 vs 750)? If no real discernable impact, of course go cheaper, but if I'm missing something practical/impactful, would like to know!
The 750 has faster read and probably write too. No matter what you get though it will be way faster than spinning rust. I was told to get the 550 before as it was the best bargain of all drives out there for the average user.
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fifi75 wrote: Can someone explain the difference and how it might affect gaming or computing between these 2 models (ie 550 vs 750)? If no real discernable impact, of course go cheaper, but if I'm missing something practical/impactful, would like to know!
the difference will not be noticeable. Unless you process a lot of files, the Blue would be more than adequate.

Rich or poor, paying full price for anything is for suckers. Be an informed purchaser by searching RFD for the all-time-low price.
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fifi75 wrote: Can someone explain the difference and how it might affect gaming or computing between these 2 models (ie 550 vs 750)? If no real discernable impact, of course go cheaper, but if I'm missing something practical/impactful, would like to know!
Get the 550. You won't notice a difference. And if you did it would be negligible. Save the $30 for something else. Unless........you're doing some sort of transfer intensive work, video editing comes to mind.
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bpboop wrote: Is this a good deal for a gaming pc
Overkill if you're just gaming. It's difficult if not impossible to tell the difference (without using benchmarks).

Here's a comparison between SATA, PCIe 3.0, and the new PCIe 4.0 SSD.

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