Western data has brought SSD upgrades for gamers to store all the upcoming games with more than 200 GB capacity. What's more, SSD is also embedded with RGB lights. The company's WD Black family's three new products add something new to its NVMe: a starter SSD RAID 0 array on an 8-bit PCIe 3 card, a built-in Thunderbolt base of up to 2 TB SSD and a PCIe 4NVMe hard drive that claims to be "fast to irrational.
AN1500 have now shipped, there are 1 TB、2TB and 4 TB three capacity, the price is $300 from.
Although an1500 is still difficult to compete with the fastest m.2 SSD, nvme SSD directly benchmarking 980 Pro is not absent. WD's newly released WD black sn850 is compatible with PCIe 4, with a read speed of 7000mb / s and a write speed of 5300mb / s. It comes in three capacities - 500GB, 1TB and 2TB - and two versions, starting at $130, while the version with fins (so you can improve performance a little bit more) and monochrome RGB LEDs are due to be available in early 2021, and the price is not clear.
WD Black D50Game Dock SSD Thunderbolt base provides the ability to connect one TB or two TB NVMe SSD and a range of other peripherals to the computer at high speed: it contains two Thunderbolt 3, 2 USB-C, 3 USB-A, Audio and a gigabit Ethernet jack, Can provide 87 watt charging service for devices including laptops, Also provides dazzling lighting. Besides, And this is Mac compatible, A maximum reading speed of 3,000 MB/ seconds, For 2500 MB/ seconds, But that doesn't mean actual hard drive speed, Because it's connected through an external interface, With a solid - state hard drive, The price without solid state hard drives is $320.