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Western Digital SN750 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive ATL $139.99 PM with Memory Express for less $138.99

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Jun 16, 2019
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WD SN750 at $144.99 is hot. SN750 at $139.99 even better!
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Nov 1, 2007
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St Catharines
Not adequate for PS5, in case anyone sees this deal and is curious.
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Mar 12, 2016
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Good choice with the PM

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Mar 12, 2016
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Jimboski wrote: Is it me or is there a good NVME deal every other day?
Been this price for a while, on and off
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Feb 24, 2018
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BilalA86154 wrote: Anything wrong with CanadaComputers?
Plenty, but they'll deliver.

I prefer Memory Express.

That being said, this is a deal.

Skip the 980 Base or 750 SE, both garbage drives for anything intensive.

This OP drive is it, folks.
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Jul 6, 2019
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Any thoughts on how this compares to Samsung 970 EVO Plus?
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Oct 22, 2001
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The gen4 is at nearly the same price at Amazon? How do those compare?
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jase wrote: The gen4 is at nearly the same price at Amazon? How do those compare?
The SE (Gen4) version is a DRAMless SSD that has a slight speed bump over the Gen3 version
"The new WD Black SN750 SE is not just a refresh of their existing SN750 but instead appears to be an entirely new and different drive. The SN750 SE brings PCIe Gen4 support but in other respects seems to be a downgrade compared to the SN750, and appears to have more in common with the WD Blue SN550."

"SN750 SE looks like a 4-channel DRAMless NVMe SSD"
from https://www.anandtech.com/show/16700/we ... -pcie-gen4
So while the original SN750 (a PCIe 3.0 drive) offers read speeds of 3,400MB/s and the SN850 (PCIe 4.0) can hit 7,000MB/s, the new SN750 SE (PCIe 4.0) offers a fairly mundane speed bump over the original of just 3,600MB/s. It's also available in small capacities—250GB, 500GB, and 1TB.

Western Digital is using a Phison controller for the new SN750 SE drives and they're DRAM-less too, like the Samsung 980 (non-Pro version), to try and keep prices down. They also only use one side of the PCB in order to run cooler than either the SN750 or the SN850.
from https://www.pcgamer.com/wd-black-sn750-se-announce/
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Jun 12, 2006
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BilalA86154 wrote: Anything wrong with CanadaComputers?
They block VPN users.
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BilalA86154 wrote: Anything wrong with CanadaComputers?
Don't shop there unless you really have to.
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Feb 24, 2018
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I would buy a 4th one of these drives but I don't need another high performance drive.

Damn tempting though.
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