A quick memory upgrade with great value for your PC.
Another round of offering is available on a range of Western Digital SSDs on Amazon UK and offers some decent savings, especially on NVMe drives.
Best of all, this 500GB WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD for £ 69.99. With sequential read and write speeds of up to 3,470 MB / s and sequential write speeds of up to 3,000 MB / s, the load times for Windows, games and other applications on your PC are significantly improved compared to a mechanical drive. It’s also recommended in Digital Foundry’s top picks of the best SSD for gaming.
You can also find that the smaller 250GB WD Blue SN550 NVMe SSD is discounted to just £ 44.99. It’s much cheaper, not only because of the reduction in size, but also because of the drive’s slower read and write speeds compared to the WD Black. Still, it’s much faster than a standard SSD and the perfect choice if you’re looking for a cheaper Digital Foundry option.
At this size, it may be enough for your operating system installation and some of your most played games (or just Modern Warfare). For something more forgiving and future proof than the WD Black, this is it.
And before we even think about it, while the PS5 does support NVMe drives as expandable storage, none of those drives are compatible with Sony’s new console. They do not achieve the required performance levels. Don’t pick any up now, thinking that you can get yourself a memory boost from day one. Instead, you’ll have to wait for the new NVMe drives to be released or for Sony to announce a list of compatible hardware. Would be nice if they posted PS5 pre-order information first. Maybe tomorrow?
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If you don’t have an NVMe slot on your motherboard, you can check out the WD Blue 3D SSDs on offer instead. However, I would say none of them should really be considered very much at their current prices. The 1TB version was a little cheaper last month at £ 85, while the 4TB version was also recently seen for £ 360. No massive differences, but enough to discourage impulse buying.
Expect these deals to be available for the rest of the week.