The WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD Is Now Over Half-off MSRP

WD Black SN750
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Western Digital’s WD Black SN750 is a great PCIe 3.0 drive, and at over 50% off at Best Buy right now, it just became a must-buy for anyone on the hunt for a low-cost way to speed up their PC build.

Right now, you can pick up this 500GB drive for $65 — a $75 discount off the MSRP, which makes this one of the best SSDs you can currently get to speed up your OS without spending too much money.

WD_Black SN750 500GB NVMe SSD: was $139.99, now $64.99 at Best Buy

WD_Black SN750 500GB NVMe SSD: was $139.99, now $64.99 at Best Buy
This PCIe 3.0 M.2 SSD from Western Digital sports a sleek design that will fit into any build, along with fast read speeds up to 3,470 MB/s, which will really speed up loading times across your favorite games or even just your OS.

Beyond its more than decent read/write speeds, this drive also gives you some impressive sustained performance, too. Read through our WD Black SN750 review for more on why this is one of the best SSDs not just for the average user, but also for Chia farming.

Beyond its specs, this drive's five-year warranty also gives you long-term peace of mind. Its included software package is also fully-featured to make the most of its space and utility. But most importantly, it’s durable and consistent.

So, if you’ve been looking for a solid boot drive, this is the one for you.

Jason England

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  • InvalidError
    I bought my 500GB SN750 back in May for $80 CAD, which is about $65 USD after the exchange rate and I've seen it go as low as $70 CAD a few times.
  • logainofhades
    You can get a Samsung 980, 500gb for $65.

    PCPartPicker Part List
    Storage: Samsung 980 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive ($64.99 @ Adorama)
    Total: $64.99
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2021-09-29 11:18 EDT-0400
  • InvalidError
    logainofhades said:
    You can get a Samsung 980, 500gb for $65.
    Except the 980 is a DRAMless drive with 1/4th the sustained write performance, 1/9th the write IOPs and 1/20th the read IOPs.

    Although there may be little to no discernible performance in typical day-to-day uses with current games and applications, the raw performance differences between the two are huge and could make a significant difference later if things like DirectStorage to optimize load times gain widespread adoption.
  • greenmrt
    I bought two of the 1TB SN750 in February for $134.99 at Best Buy and $139.99 at Amazon (one with a heatsink and one without). Did pricing go way up since then?
  • plateLunch
    Make sure you don't confuse the SN750 with the just released SN750 SE. One of the Amazon links goes to the SN750 SE listing.

    Which begs the question, when is the SN750 SE review coming? It is DRAMless but has a PCIe 4.0 interface. Interesting that Amazon is also listing the SN750 SE at the same price as the SN750. I've seen goofs in Amazon's pricing before. I wonder if this is one.
  • Math Geek
    the 1 tb was under $100 at newegg yesterday but sold out super quick.

    i considered this model but when i saw that WD is also swapping out lesser parts for their m.2 drives i went with the samsung 970 evo plus for a bit more. can't see paying full price for something that has been nerfed with cheaper lower performing parts.

    ended up paying $250 for the 2 TB 970 evo plus and i very happy with that price :)