Deal | Popular WD Black SN770 1TB SSD now 54% off on Amazon, drops to lowest price yet
The consumer-friendly price trend in the SSD market continues at a rather rapid pace, which means that numerous sought-after storage products are dropping to their lowest prices ever on an almost daily basis. For instance, the popular WD Black SN770 has now been put on sale once again and even received its steepest discount yet at various retailers in the US.
Specifically, the 1TB version of the WD Black SN770 is currently on sale for US$59.99 at Amazon, while Best Buy is charging a rather miniscule markup of US$1. Camelcamelcamel's price history shows that this is the most affordable deal price ever for the quick PCIe 4.0 SSD, which was sold for twice as much just twelve months ago. After several consecutive price drops and noteworthy discounts, the WD Black SN770 is now being sold for a whopping 54 percent off its official MSRP.
Enthusiasts may already know that the WD Black SN770 sports sequential read speeds of up to 5,150 MB/s, while sequential writing is just marginally slower at 4,900 MB/s. The PCIe 4.0 SSD's endurance is rated at the usual 600 TBW, but the module is also covered by a five-year manufacturer warranty. Please be aware that this NVMe storage solution does not feature a superquick DRAM, which means that high-end users who are looking for a new primary drive might want to opt for the more expensive SN850X. For regular users however, this SSD deal is a very decent choice.
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