Western Digital Black SN750 1TB

Western Digital Black SN750 1TB
alaScore 98

19 avis

Nov. 2022

alaTest a collecté et analysé 19 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Western Digital Black SN750 1TB. La note moyenne du produit est 4.2 sur 5, tandis que les autres produits de même catégorie ont une note moyenne de 4.5 sur 5. Les auteurs d'avis apprécient la fiabilité.

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Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres produits de même catégorie, le Western Digital Black SN750 1TB obtient un alaScore™ de 98/100 = Excellent.

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Avis d'expert par : Tom Brant (pcmag.com)

WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD

 

With heatsink and non-heatsink versions, and a software setting that delivers maximum power at all times, the high-performance WD Black SN750 NVMe internal SSD will appeal to gamers and other PC enthusiasts seeking a PCI Express boot drive.

Low per-gigabyte cost. Good performance for PC games. Optional integrated heatsink. Multiple capacity options.

Relatively low random read and write performance.

Bottom Line: With heatsink and non-heatsink versions, and a software setting that delivers maximum power at all times, the high-performance WD Black SN750 internal SSD will appeal to gamers and other PC enthusiasts seeking a PCI Express NVMe boot drive.

Jan. 2019

Avis d'expert par : Jon L. Jacobi (pcworld.com)

WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD review: Faster than ever, and still a fantastic bargain

 

The WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD is just about the best combination of price and performance in an SSD. You could go cheaper and still get great everyday performance, but for long writes the SN750 dominates those drives.

Top-tier performance ; Mid-tier price ; Doesn't slow down dramatically during long writes

Still pricier than entry-level NVMe SSDs

The WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD is a nice improvement on the older version, though that latter remains a very worthy drive. It’s a hair slower during everyday use than the Samsung 970 EVO Plus, but you’ll never notice the difference. You will notice when...

Avis d'expert par : Mark Pickavance (techadvisor.co.uk)

WD_Black SN750 SE review

 

When is a special edition not that special? When the overhaul impacts the performance of the smaller capacities. We review the WD_Black SN750 SE

Cheaper than SN750 ; PCIe 4 controller

Expensive ; Not consistently faster ; Smaller capacities slow at writing ; No 2TB or 4TB options

The 750 SE is mostly a production cost exercise that has had the knock-on effect of negatively impacting the smaller capacities write performance. It might be a few dollars cheaper than its predecessor but is still too expensive compared to other brands.

Août 2021

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Avis d'expert par : Jim Martin (techadvisor.co.uk)

WD Black SN750

 

WD's latest NVMe drive is aimed at gamers wanting the best performance. And it does a fine job. Here's our review.

Avr. 2019

Avis d'expert par : Jason Bouwmeester (techaeris.com)

WD Black SN750 review: Speed up your gaming rig with this NVMe SSD

 

Our WD Black SN750 review takes a look at one of the latest NVMe SSDs from Western Digital which is geared towards gamers. Read on to see how it performs!

Fast read/write speeds ; Easy installation ; Great upgrade for SATA SSDs and some other NVMe SSDs ; Small form factor, works well in laptops

Tad more expensive than competitors at full price ; May or may not have issues with cloning

Mai 2019

Avis d'expert par : Sean Webster (tomshardware.com)

WD Black SN750 SE SSD Review: Cost-Effective Storage for Gamers

 

The DRAM-less Black is better than you'd imagine.

+ Low-cost ; + Efficient and cool operation ; + Attractive design ; + Competitive endurance ratings and 5-year warranty ; + Sustained write speed in real-world use

- Entry-level PCIe 4.0 performance at best ; - Lacks AES hardware encryption

WD’s Black SN750 SE is a decent-performing gaming-oriented SSD. While it doesn’t deliver the best PCIe 4.0 performance, it competes well against many of the best PCIe 3.0 SSDs on the market and is listed at competitive prices.

Jan. 2022

Avis d'expert par : Sean Webster (tomshardware.co.uk)

WD Black SN750 SSD Review: A Not so Fresh Refresh

 

WD's new Black SN750 offers a surprisingly good performance upgrade through firmware and software tweaks.

Efficient ; Consistent, predictable performance ; High sustained write performance ; Aesthetics

Needs read performance optimizations ; High idle power consumption

The highest capacity WD Black SN750 is a bit slower than the 1TB model, but like the 1TB model, it has some of the highest sustained write performance going. While it isn’t the fastest to respond in applications, it is a solid pick for those looking...

Juin 2020

Avis d'expert par : Marco Chiappetta (hothardware.com)

WD Black SN750 NVMe Heatsink SSD Review: Speedy And Cool

 

The WD Black SN750 NVMe Heatsink SSD is a high-end solid state drive with strong sequential transfer speeds and a beefy built-in heatsink to keep the

Juin 2019

Avis d'expert par : Simon Crisp (kitguru.net)

WD Black SN750 1TB with Heatsink (10c improvements!)

 

Announced at the same time as the standard Black SN750, WD's Black SN750 Heatsink model has only rec It is heavier, its cooler but its a fair bit more expensive too

Overall performance.

The 4K performance was disappointing in some of the tests.

Kitguru says: The stylish EKWB heatsink does aid in keeping the drive cool and would be a useful ally in a compact PC build but its pricing could do with some adjusting.

Juin 2019

Avis d'expert par : Bob Buskirk (thinkcomputers.org)

WD Black SN750 1TB Solid State Drive (with Heatsink) Review - ThinkComputers.org

 

When Western Digital first announced the SN750 they showed it with this very sexy heatsink designed by EK Water Blocks. While you don't need the heatsink, the drive works perfectly fine without it and does not overheat, the heatsink just looks so...

Mai 2019
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