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WD Black SN770 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 2280 SSD $180.59 Delivered @ Amazon Germany via Amazon AU

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Similar to this $198.47 deal back in March, but $18 cheaper.

This SSD has been out for a couple of years now but got an outstandingly good review for it's speed in Tom's Hardware less that two years ago. And it comes with a warranty of 5 years / 1200 TB (TBW) (whichever comes first).
Edit: This SSD usually comes with a manufacturer's warranty of 5 years / 1200 TB (TBW) (whichever comes first), but according to @AxelF, products sold outside of Amazon Australia only have a 30 day warranty. I'm not sure what the warranty would be in this case.

Product data sheet here (pdf).

Brand: ‎Western Digital
Manufacturer: ‎Western Digital
Item Model Number: ‎WDS200T3X0E
Hard Drive Interface: ‎NVMe
Limited Warranty: 5 Years (? See edit above)
PCIe® Gen4 16GT/s, up to 4 Lanes
Dimensions: Length: 80 ± 0.15mm
Width: 22 ± 0.15mm
Height: 2.38mm
Weight: 5.5g ± 0.5g
Endurance (TBW): 2TB: 1,200 TB
Sequential Read up to 5,150 MB/s
Sequential Write up to 4,850 MB/s
Random Read: 650K IOPS
Random Write: 800K IOPS

Stack with the $5 promo credit deal, and also the Shopback bonus $5 cashback deal if you have it.

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  • -1

    I was actually looking at this one with higher read/write speeds but in the real world may. E much of a muchness and it is $50 more.


  • how is the packaging for orders like this? never actually bought something from amazon before and im really tempted to buy one

    • Probably a padded bag

      • and chucked onto your front lawn or summin'

  • +2

    The Identical Sandisk version is also available from Mwave for $189 delivered:

    SanDisk Extreme 2TB M.2 2280 PCIe4.0 NVMe SSD

    • Maybe worth it. I ordered a Garmin that was supposed to be shipped from Amazon Germany but two weeks later it hadn’t shipped so canceled.

      • I ordered one this morning and got an email a few hours later saying it had been dispatched.

        • Dammit to hell. I’m ok with it now

  • +7

    If anyone wants a 4tb, HODL till Monday.
    Sub $300.

    • +1

      why what happens Monday

      • +2

        The 4TB becomes sub $300

        • ooh where?

    • +2

      I think what you think is going to happen (i.e., Lexar NM790 4TB with heatsink for sub $300 each), has already happened but not with the outcome we wanted. After Chris from Lexar mentioned the promotion, BPC Technology reduced the price to $329 and JW Computers reduced the price to $339. So, either there is a misunderstanding (i.e., the distribution price was sub $300 not the intended retail price), the retailers haven't passed the discount onto customers, or the price reductions are a coincidence and aren't related to the promotion. I hope it's the latter, as I intended to purchase 2 x 4TB and 1 x 2TB, but the current prices aren't particularly compelling when you can pay a bit more for models with a fixed DRAM cache which aren't dependent on HMB (which isn't supported on Macs or the PS5), such as the Western Digital SN850X 4TB for $442 (and recently expired, the Samsung Pro 990 4TB for $424).

      • Yep!

      • last year we can get 4TB for less than $200 damn miss that time

        • Where from? I got the PNY 4TB NVME, and tbh, it's pretty average. Never saw lower than that..

          • @Wally Simmonds: taobao, last year around June many local SSD brands like fanxiang are crazy cheap - now the price has doubled

    • looking for a good and reliable 4TB NVME M2 for my desktop pc.
      What would be the recommendation and price point I should be looking at?

      • +1

        Check out my deal. $300 is a bargain by today's market prices.

    • Guys, that deal is now live!

      Please give it an up vote!

      $299 4TB M.2

  • +2

    I bought this from AliExpress two weeks ago for $152. Very decent SSD! You can still get it from AliExpress now for less than $160 after applying $150-$20 coupon.

    • +1

      Correct, from the Cuteliving store which has a good rep for selling legit versions, i got mine from $157,

      • Correct.
        This is the way to go.

      • Do you know if that Cuteliving store have a 4TB version?

      • Is it Cuteliving or Cutesliving?

        • +1

          Cutesliving, sorry for the typo, no 4TBs BTW

          • @Stuj: All good. Just want to make sure checking the right store but not the clone of it.

    • That's a good deal but I wouldn't hold out much hope on getting the 5 year warranty if buying from AliExpress, compared to Amazon.

      • -1

        Unless sold by Amazon Australia or another Australian retailer, your “warranty” is Amazon’s standard return period - 1 month.

        • 🤔 I've edited the description.

    • How'd you get that one delivered? Not available for Brisbane, might be available elsewhere in aus

  • Would be good for a steam drive if you've got a second nvme slot

  • Would this work with PS5?

    • It's lower than the recommended read performance (i.e., 5,500MB/s), but it would still be compatible. See here. You'd likely want to buy a heatsink for it though!

    • Just slightly slower than recommended speed but works fine on my kid's PS5.

      Digital Foundry did a video on this SSD with the PS5 on Youtube.

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