WD Black 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD Review @ Legit Reviews

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Does Western Digital still make hard drives?  I used to swear by them and have a nice handful of Velociraptor drives that I use in my weekend LAN gaming builds.  According to Legit Reviews WD has a line of NVMe based M.2 drives and I'm going to assume they are pretty fast.

Last month we told you that WD was announcing the WD Black PCIe Solid State Drive (SSD) series that just happens to be the very first WD-branded client PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe-based SSDs. WD recognizes that enthusiasts and the high-end computing market have moved over to PCIe SSDs to get many times more performance than traditional SATA storage drives. The WD Black PCIe SSDs have sequential read/write speeds of up to 2050MB/s read and up to 800MB/s write with the backing of a nice 5-year limited warranty

2 Grand reads with a 5 year?  Seems good right.

I know the blue PCB will attract us old school Gigabyte fans. happy smile  now the question.  Do I get one or hold out for the HyperX version?!? 

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