WD Green SN350, the new economical M.2 SSD from Western Digital

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Western digital cheers up the battered pocketbook of computer users by launching a new M.2 SSD economic. It’s about the reference WD Green SN350, which for a low cost will be able to revitalize any outdated computer (as long as it has a compatible port).

WD Green SN350, the new economical M.2 SSD from Western Digital

The specialist for storage devices and solutions Western digital, add a new product to the expanded catalog of units M.2 SSD available. The device, model WD Green SN350, is integrated into the entry range of your references, which means that it is a low cost unit.

Product characteristics

The brand new low-end unit has the interface PCI-Express 3.0 x4 for your communication with the computer. This solid disk has the memory chips QLC NAND Flash with which the manufacturer distributes units with capacities of 240 GB, 480 GB Y 960 GB.

WD Green SN350

WD Green SN350

The product guarantees a shelf life of 40 TB on the 240GB drive; 60 TB for the 480 GB; Y 80 TB for the 960 GB, of written data. That is to say, significantly less durability than that ensured by the WD Blue SN550 range with TLC memory, where, for example, the 500 GB model offers a durability of 300 TB of written data.

More details of the Western Digital WD Green SN350

In terms of performance, the WD Green SN350 with 240 GB capacity achieves sequential read speeds of up to 2400 MB / s Y 900 MB / s of writing; the kind of 480 GB capacity offers the same read speed, while the write speed goes up to 1650 MB / s; finally, the unit of 960 GB capacity provides equal read speed of 2400 MB / swhile the writing speed is 1900 MB / s.

WD Green SN350

Regarding the random read and write speed 4K, the results offered by each unit, from lowest to highest capacity, are: 160,000 / 160,000 IOPS; 250,000 / 170,000 IOPS; 340,000 / 380,000 IOPS. The 240GB model has a suggested retail price of $ 43.99; $ 54.99 the 480GB model costs; while the reference with 960 GB of capacity remains at $ 99.99.

Via | westerndigital