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1TB WD Black SN750 NVMe M.2 2280 $184.99

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[Newegg] 1TB WD Black SN750 NVMe M.2 2280 $184.99

For those who are currently looking for a good NVMe 1TB performance. Ordered mine last Dec.2019 for $169. Cannot find a cheaper price online as of today.
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Excellent price on a top-notch SSD. Just waiting for Amazon price to drop so I can buy a 2nd.
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saberon2016 wrote: Excellent price on a top-notch SSD. Just waiting for Amazon price to drop so I can buy a 2nd.
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A popup when you go to the page allows "new subscribers" $10 off their next order
Brings it down to 174.99
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How does this compare to samsung evo plus?
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timbertick wrote: How does this compare to samsung evo plus?
The Evo Plus is a bit faster. I chose the SN750 because of price, the Evo Plus rarely goes under $300. If I had extra budget, I'd get the Evo Plus.
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timbertick wrote: How does this compare to samsung evo plus?
This would be better for sustained transfer of large amount of data, the evo plus buffer runs out for larger files. Evo plus is a good all arounder, this one for people who write and copy large amount of data, e.g video editing.
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Got it in March for 200$ and it's been doing great. Very good price!
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porksoda wrote: This would be better for sustained transfer of large amount of data, the evo plus buffer runs out for larger files. Evo plus is a good all arounder, this one for people who write and copy large amount of data, e.g video editing.
I don't know where you're getting your data from but a 1TB Evo Plus averages almost 150MB/s quicker over the entire write cycle of it's drive than an SN750 does. https://www.anandtech.com/show/13759/co ... hp-ex950/2 Second chart, click overall average throughput and if you look at the first chart and select each drive, it's pretty obvious why.
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4Fox1RF wrote: here's a review that included both the 1TB WD SN750 & 1TB Samsung EVO Plus:
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13760/th ... d-review/3

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I'm surprise it draws half the power the Samsung 970 EVO Plus does with such performance. The WD Black SN750 would do well in ultrabooks.

EDIT: Actually, it's got higher idle power consumption so you win some, you lose some.

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Would this be good in a ssd enclosure. I want to make my own portable drive
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Haz wrote:
I'm surprise it draws half the power the Samsung 970 EVO Plus does with such performance. The WD Black SN750 would do well in ultrabooks.

EDIT: Actually, it's got higher idle power consumption so you win some, you lose some.

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yeah, with its nuances i still installed this in my laptop for its price & amazing performance :-)

YCBS28 wrote: Would this be good in a ssd enclosure. I want to make my own portable drive
i have this enclosure, priced high but enjoyed the tool-less design:
https://www.amazon.ca/Plugable-Tool-fre ... 407&sr=8-7

Review: Plugable USB C to M.2 NVMe enclosure (supports M.2 NVMe SSDs 2280 2260 2242):
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13953/pl ... ule-review
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YCBS28 wrote: Would this be good in a ssd enclosure. I want to make my own portable drive
Kinda overkill. USB 3.1 is slower than even a cheap NVMe SSD. Unless you spring for an expensive Thunderbolt controller (they tend to run about $200 for ones that actually support Thunderbolt, some say it but they won't actually provide higher than 10Gbps), there will be little to no difference.
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i saw that enclosure and saw that the cover comes off pretty easy. i been looking at the sabrent one

4Fox1RF wrote: yeah, with its nuances i still installed this in my laptop for its price & amazing performance :-)



i have this enclosure, priced high but enjoyed the tool-less design:
https://www.amazon.ca/Plugable-Tool-fre ... 407&sr=8-7

Review: Plugable USB C to M.2 NVMe enclosure (supports M.2 NVMe SSDs 2280 2260 2242):
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13953/pl ... ule-review
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Jep4444 wrote: Kinda overkill. USB 3.1 is slower than even a cheap NVMe SSD. Unless you spring for an expensive Thunderbolt controller (they tend to run about $200 for ones that actually support Thunderbolt, some say it but they won't actually provide higher than 10Gbps), there will be little to no difference.
would you recommend a ssd for just portable hard drive? i was looking a the sabrent . i want something with good TBW
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YCBS28 wrote: would you recommend a ssd for just portable hard drive? i was looking a the sabrent . i want something with good TBW
Really depends on use case. I have an old SATA drive that I shoved into an enclosure and it works fine, the extra speed is nice but it'll be harder to notice the difference between SATA and NVMe unless you are writing large files to the drive.

I wouldn't worry about TBW unless you plan to write to it a lot, every day. Even the cheapest drives on the market are rated for something like 100GB+ a day for 5 years.
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This is a good price, but I read somewhere else that these drives can hit their thermal threshold really quickly without the heatsink....true or not? The heatsink version is considerably more expensive, is it needed or are people putting another one on it later?
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