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**WD BLACK M.2 SSD PAY WEEK DEALS- LIMITED STOCK**

Discussion in 'Latest News, Deals & Special Offers' started by Robbie_G, May 22, 2020.

  1. Robbie_G

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    Hi,

    The WD Black drives are one of the best Gen 3 offerings on the market with high speeds, ultra reliable technology and great software to ensure you are getting the best.

    We currently have a promo running on WD black M.2 SSD drives running from the 22nd May - 2nd June with reduced costs. Stock is limited for the promo so as soon as the stock is gone price will go back up.

    Promo lines are below:

    WD Black 250GB SN750 M.2 2280 NVME PCI-E Gen3 Solid State Drive (WDS250G3X0C) @ £55.99 inc VAT

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    250GB SSD, WDS250G3X0C, WD Black, M.2 (2280) NVMe SSD, Read 3100MB/s, Write 1600MB/s, 220k Read / 180k Write IOPS, 5 year warranty

    Was £64.99 inc VAT.

    Now £55.99 inc VAT.


    ORDER NOW


    WD Black 500GB SN750 M.2 2280 NVME PCI-E Gen3 Solid State Drive (WDS500G3X0C) @ £78.95 inc VAT

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    500GB SSD, WDS500G3X0C, WD Black, M.2 (2280) NVMe SSD, Read 3470MB/s, Write 2600MB/s, 420k Read / 380k Write IOPS, 5 year warranty

    Was £106.99 inc VAT.

    Now £78.95 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW


    WD Black 1TB SN750 M.2 2280 NVME PCI-E Gen3 Solid State Drive (WDS100T3X0C) @ £149.99 inc VAT

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    1TB SSD, WDS100T3X0C, WD Black, M.2 (2280) NVMe SSD, Read 3470MB/s, Write 3000MB/s, 515k Read / 560k Write IOPS, 5 year warranty

    Was £194.99 inc VAT.

    Now £149.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW


    WD Black 500GB SN750 M.2 2280 NVME PCI-E Gen3 Solid State Drive Includes Heatsink (WDS500G3XHC) @ £94.99 inc VAT

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    500GB SSD, WDS500G3XHC, WD Black, M.2 (2280) NVMe SSD, Read 3470MB/s, Write 2600MB/s, 420k Read / 380k Write IOPS, 5 year warranty, Heatsink Included

    Was £109.99 inc VAT.

    Now £94.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW


    WD Black 1TB SN750 M.2 2280 NVME PCI-E Gen3 Solid State Drive Includes Heatsink (WDS100T3XHC) @ £173.99 inc VAT

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    1TB SSD, WDS100T3XHC, WD Black, M.2 (2280) NVMe SSD, Read 3470MB/s, Write 3000MB/s, 515k Read / 560k Write IOPS, 5 year warranty, Heatsink Included

    Was £199.99 inc VAT.

    Now £173.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW
     
  2. MrRockliffe

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    Decent price on the SN750, and a good drive :)

    The 1TB model would be the drive to go for if you want a known-brand high performance SSD.
     
  3. jrwagh333

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    Sad to see that these prices don't come close to the prices that were offered a week ago somewhere else.
     
  4. marco.da.man

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    Location: South Wales

    great offers robbie sir
     
  5. bulldog147

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    No Samsung NVMe deals yet?
     
  6. RusstheDroog

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    haha, yep.
     
  7. Nutella33

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    Whilst we are on the topic. Any chance the shop could move away from having the utterly useless >200GB, 200GB-400GB and <400GB filter options on SSD's now that capacities have moved on?
     
  8. xb8browney

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    Ah man I just ordered a 1tb 970 yesterday
     
  9. Bossman

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    Is there a difference between the drives with the heatsink and the ones without, other than the heatsink?
     
  10. alex h

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    No don't think so mate
     
  11. DublinDude

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    Good for a new high spec build ?

    Wait if it cost 149.99 and when I send to basket its 153.74??
     
    Last edited: May 24, 2020
  12. game4it

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    Its because of the different VAT % in your location.
     
  13. The_Arbiter

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    What's the difference between these and the blue 550?
     
  14. jrwagh333

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    Black will be faster than Blue
     
  15. The_Arbiter

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    I understand that much :p

    My fault, should of really worded the question better. What kind of performance upgrade is actually viable to see in real world use with productivity and gaming? I can only presume the % increase of money vs performance is actually worth it. I think it's probably a no brainer to drop the few pounds extra anyway.
     
  16. jrwagh333

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    Gaming - I'd rather save some money and go for a SATA SSD, game load times improve by a few seconds, if that, with going NVME.
     
  17. DublinDude

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    oh yea, blonde moment!