Western Digital today is introducing the latest version of their Black-series NVMe SSDs. The Hard drive technology is also progressing, but with the invention, on NVMe SSDs the hassle of managing cables across a motherboard is no more. The time has changed WD Black SN750 can be embedded directly on the motherboard without worrying about cable management like any other NVMe SSD.
WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD Improves Gaming Experience
Western Digital Black is an SSD targeted at gamers; it has “Gaming Mode” that tunes the drive to provide maximum performance during game plays.
This drive will be available in two variants one of these include a heatsink, and one doesn’t. The storage option will be available up to 2TB. WD worked with cooling experts EK to design heatsink for their drives.
Non-Heatsinked WD SN750 NVMe SSD
Heatsinked WD SN750 NVMe SSD
Not just an SSD Western Digital is also introducing new WD SSD Dashboard to provide more control to users over their SSD drives. A fantastic feature for these drives specifically for desktop users the “gaming mode” as already mentioned it will disable lower power consumption to allow maximum performance.
This WD Black SN750 is second-gen NVMe SSD built on Western Digital’s 3D NAND tech, firmware, and controller. It features vertically integrated SSD platform designed to push the performance a little further. The read and write speeds are 3,470 MB/s and 3,000 MB/s respectively for the 1TB variant. SN750 by Western Digital features up to 515,000 random-read and 560,000 random write IOPS for 1 Terabyte model. This feature enables higher responsiveness when accessing multiple files in various locations to load new levels or games with less time required to save in-game recorded clips when you are playing games.