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Western Digital WD Green SN350 2TB M.2 SSD $121.80 Delivered @ Amazon UK via AU

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Courtesy of Ozbargain. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/769566
Just picked up 2 of these paid $243.61. ETA 9 May.
Low cost drive, VERY low endurance rating. Not for everyone of course. I'm going to stick these into my home server to hold movies and files. So mostly read access.
‘Computer lounge has this listed for $379 so at virtually 1\3 price makes it a bargain in my books.‘

About this item
* Fast NVMe performance for daily computing needs — up to 3,200MB/s
SSDs offer shock-resistance against accidental bumps and drops
* The slim M.2 2280 form factor is ideal for computers with an NVMe slot
* Downloadable Western Digital SSD Dashboard monitors the health and usage of your drive
* Rest assured with a Western Digital 3-year limited

Full Specifications
* Capacity - 2TB
* NAND - QLC
* Interface - PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe v1.3
* Dimensions (L x W x H) - 80.15mm x 22.15mm x 2.38mm
* Sequential Read Performance - 3200MB/s
* Sequential Write Performance - 3200MB/s
* Certifications - BSMI, ICES-003/NMB-003, CE, FCC, KC, Maghreb, RCM, UKCA, VCCI, CB-Scheme, TUV, UL
* Endurance - 100TBW(documents.westerndigital.com)

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closed Comments

  • +1

    That TBW is pathetic, but if it's mostly for read only and easily replaceable data then it should be fine.

  • +1

    WTF is up with that endurance?

    For comparison my budget 500GB M.2 has an endurance of up to 600 TBW.

    1/4 the capacity, 6x the endurance.

  • -1

    Yes, this is pathetic.
    I noticed both 1GB and 2GB have same rating which doesn't make sense. Suspect WD don't care to update stats for a low cost drive. Some OEMs will chuck it in for a headline grabbing spec.
    Technically i guess this is QLC DRAMless drive so this affects endurance.

    Can't argue with the price though…

  • +1

    I can't see that price, am I missing some steps?

  • Good enough for a game drive? I can't think of why you would use this for archive vs. spinning hard disks.

  • says $192.02 for me

  • Back up to $192?

  • I am very pleased with performance of this drive (in my scenario). Copied 1.5TB at a rate of some 150MBps limited by read speed of the HDD so flash must be ok - certainly not dropping to below HDD speeds. Response time when connecting to the drive and displaying content dropped to almost instant.
    Would not hesitate to put it as a secondary drive into anything really.

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