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WD Blue SN550

86%
Average Expert Score (10 Reviews)
SSDs › Western Digital
2020-08-17 · True to its name, WD’s Blue SN550 comes with a blue PCB, in a single-sided M.2 2280 form factor, so it can fit in even the thinnest of devices. WD’s product team are fairly tight-lipped on...
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WD Blue SN550 (10 Reviews)

80%
2020-08-17 · True to its name, WD’s Blue SN550 comes with a blue PCB, in a single-sided M.2 2280 form factor, so it can fit in even the thinnest of devices. WD’s product team are fairly tight-lipped on...

2020-06-10 · WD Blue is Western Digital's more value-oriented, mainstream SSD family, in contrast to the more performance-oriented, hardcore WD Black series. Still, it's no slouch on the specifications front....

2019-12-23 · WD’s new Blue SN550 is a nice improvement on the older SN500, though it still isn’t going to worry the competition with its performance. However, other vendors sure won’t be happy that it’s 10...

2020-03-13 · WD Blue SN550 full review Many PC owners use SATA connected SSDs. They’re affordable, dramatically quicker than conventional hard drives and almost every computer built in the last ten years has...

This NVMe once again SSD has SanDisk written all over it, literally. The Western Digital WD Blue SN550 is an M.2 2280 SSD with a storage capacity of 250 GB, 500 GB and 1TB version. The drive uses...

WD Blue SN550 Specsheet Our review unit is the top of the line unit from the WD Blue NVMe line, offering the highest performance and endurance. The advertised performance numbers are very modest though, and not intended to compete at the high end of even other PCIe 3.0 drives.

The next part of WD Blue SN550 NVMe SSD review is all about the product’s specifications. Specifications. The WD Blue SN550 NVMe is a 1TB SSD with a PCIe 3rd-gen interface. It makes use of an M.2 connector and comes with an MTTF of 1M. Its sequential re ...

2020-01-26 · Western Digital Blue SN550 1TB NVMe PCIe Gen3.0x 4 M.2 SSD Review The new SSD value leader doesn't skimp on performance. Here's our full review of Western Digital's Blue SN550 1TB NVMe M.2 drive.

The 4-lane WD Blue SN550 NVMe SSD is a significant upgrade to the previous 2-lane version though, performance-wise, it’s generally behind similarly-specced SSDs. But the drive more than makes up for that by being one of the most affordable full 4-lane NVMe drives on the market, especially the 1TB version, which costs just about 10 cents per gigabyte.

The WD Blue SN550 at 22 cents per gigabyte, is all that most value-conscious PC/laptop owners could want. The WD Blue SN550 is aimed at the replacement market offering more than four times the speed of a SATA 6 SSD/HDD and yet a price point about 30% less than the top speed SSDs like the WD Black.
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