WD Black SN850X NVMe SSD and P40 Game Drive External SSD
Western Digital is introducing two new storage solutions to help PC and console gamers solve their storage problems. With the NVMe SSD SN850X providing fast storage inside the case, the P40 Game Drive is a game collection in progress.
if External SSD is WD Black P40 Game Drive For example, for those players who start their games on several devices or simply want to outsource the library so that they don’t have to constantly create space in the internal memory. thank you USB 3.2 Gen2x2interface and reading speed Up to 2,000MB/s No performance disadvantage has to be accepted compared to a permanently installed solution.
die Compatible with PC and consoles There is also Game Drive Shockproof And highlighted by customizable RGB lighting that also syncs with the PC’s RGB system. From summer 2022, the WD Black P40 Game Drive SSD will be available with 500 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB storage sizes. Prices have not yet been announced.
Over 7,000MB/s with PCIe Gen4
If you need a bit more performance and can do without the mobile component, you may be more likely to use the newer one WD Black SN850X. compact NVMe SSD gives thanks PCIe 4.0– Connection reading speed Up to 7,300MB/s And minimal lag and intelligent functions should ensure fast loading times in games. A Heatsink Optionally available for variants with 1 TB and 2 TB Maximum storage capacity is 4 TB.
The WD Black SN850X will be available from summer 2022, with prices yet to be announced. And speaking of memory upgrades: if you don’t want to wait until summer, you can read the article on the WD Black SN770 that was just tested.
Update from 4th August:
WD Black seems to be slowly rolling out the new SN850X. in In-house US store Refresh SSD is already listed: available for 1 TB capacity About $160 (~ 157 euros), the 2 TB model costs 290 dollars (~ 285 euros) and the top model with 4 TB storage costs 700 dollars (~ 687 euros) – remember, but before tax. Delivery time will be with 1-2 weeks (1 TB/2 TB) or 3-4 weeks (4 TB).
However, they are much more exciting Consistent performance standards WD Black SN850X. Compared to the WD Black SN850 (reviewed here), the new SSD has improved quite a bit: the read time, now instead of 7,000 MB/s Up to 7,300MB/sAt the time of writing it is now 6,600 MB/s instead of 5,300 MB/s (6,300 MB/s with 1 TB).
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