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Western Digital Blue SN570 500GB PCIe Gen 3 NVMe M.2 2280 SSD $42 + Delivery ($0 MEL C&C) @ PC Case Gear


Good boot / OS drive
Single sided PCB and low real world temps suitable for laptops
Custom WD controller optimised for DRAM-less design
Limited quantities of the 1TB model for $79 also available


Controller: WD
Memory: SanDisk BiCS5 112L TLC
DRAM Cache: None, HMB Supported
Sequential Read: 3500 MB/s
Sequential Write: 2300 MB/s
Random Read: 360,000 IOPS
Random Write: 390,000 IOPS
Endurance (TBW): 300 TB
Warranty: 5 Years

C&C Pick Up Location: 4b/10 Abbotts Road, Dandenong South VIC

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closed Comments

  • +9

    Revoked my upvote cause of the $15 shipping fee.

  • +3

    $15 delivery is ridiculous.

  • +5

    I bought a few things from the PC case gear and the experience was great; however I don't understand their flat shipping cost - even if I purchased large items with free shipping plus small items e.g. an SSD like this, I still need to pay the shipping cost.

  • where is the deal for almost sixy bucks?

    • +1

      cheap if u go click and collect

      • they dont offer click and collect?

  • I got the 1tb version and as general purpose normal use drive I couldn't tell the difference between this and a Samsung Ultra Maxi Pad Pro Plus Mega Limited XXX edition Black

  • I'm looking to upgrade MacBook air 2015 internal drive. I've purchased the the nvme converter but not sure what ssd to go for. Any suggestions?

  • Damn you Ozbargainers!!!!

    I have spent this morning troubleshooting a dead Silicon Power M.2 SSD before I went to put in an order for the SN570 1TB and now I see it is sold out.

    Then I see this deal has been posted on Ozbargain and see why it is sold out…

    Always buy first, and check if you need it later.

    • If all else fails put it in the oven. Yes I'm serious, you can google it.

      I had a dead m2 and thought it was worth a shot and it brought it back to life. Managed to clone the data from it and restore my os to the new drive.

      It's still working today, I put it in an external enclosure and gets used occasionally.

      • +1

        That's amazing!

        It's still under warranty so I'm not game to try it. I would rather return it for a replacement although I don't think I will be able to trust a Silicon Power SSD for a while.

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