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WD Blue SSD | Official Product Overview

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Ready for your high performance computing needs, a WD Blue SSD offers optimized storage with blazing speed and industry leading reliability. Learn more: https://www.wdc.com/products/solid-state-drives/wd-blue-ssd.html Available in both 2.5"/7mm cased and M.2 2280 form factors, the WD Blue SSD is compatible with a wide range of computers for superior performance optimized for multitasking and ready to keep up with your needs. Subscribe to WD on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/westerndigital Follow WD on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WDCreators Like WD on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WesternDigital/ Follow WD on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/WDCreators/ WD Blue SSD Official Product Overview
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Ross Jason Boehm Lai (4 months ago)
Ipod 150gb were 350$$$$ for the ssd, years before , when is a SSD going to be $100 for a 1tb ssd????
Apollo Smile (11 months ago)
Very Nice SSD Using the M.2 Varriant
jayesh jain (1 year ago)
Sir, I Have a GIGABYTE's GA- Z370HD3P motherboard alongwith a 500GB SSD, a 2TB sata HDD and a 16GB hyperX RAM and Intel Core i7 8700 Processor. I am also installing a 32GB Optane Memory with it. So, where is Operating System Recommended By You to Be Installed for superior Performance ?
Chris GR (1 year ago)
We need significant price drops for 1tb ssds.
mkmickey87 (2 years ago)
So I have been looking into purchasing and building a new 'gaming' oriented machine to replace my 2-year-old budget build, with the implementation of the M.2 drives becoming more affordable and with obvious speed improvements I was curious if there is a need for these for my intention on my new build. I am looking to fit my new machine with all WD drives and would be looking to run my OS and popular games from a SSD but would I notice a good enough performance improvement if I ran these through a M.2 card? Also, with the 'Black' series being your fastest drives for my use, is there a plan to release a 'Black' series SSd/M.2? Any ideas that people have and any info I can get would be great.
Classy & Vulgar (2 years ago)
I am not seeing any support on your website yet for what you recommend I use to clone or transfer from my original HDD to my new SSD from you guys. any help with be great
Classy & Vulgar (2 years ago)
thank you :)
WD (2 years ago)
Hi Classy & Vulgar, The Acronis True Image WD Edition should be able to clone your existing HDD to your SSD as long as one of the drives is a WD drive. I included a link below to our KB on how to use Acronis WD Edition. How to Automatically clone a disk with Acronis True Image WD Edition software http://support.wdc.com/knowledgebase/answer.aspx?ID=3680
Izlude Tingel (2 years ago)
Damn it... the controller is BGA.. Go PGA like some of the corsair models!! Do you realise how frustrating (and commonplace) it is for the BGA to disalign??? I've had to reflow several drives because these drives tend to heat up when copying large files. Only recently learned to remove the drives from their metal casings and put them in a custom fit rack with a fan to prevent this. (ya screw the warranty sticker). But none of my PGA based drives ever experienced these problems... please consider PGA controllers in the future, they're a godsend!!!
ulgk (2 years ago)
Finally they are catching up to the trend. Hard disk drive are no longer wanted by anyone. I seriously thought Western Digital was on the edge of bankruptcy since they had been producing hard disk drive for a long time instead of coming up with their own SSD.
DirtMcGurt95 (1 year ago)
HDDs still have there place, mass storage, it would be very expensive to replace my 16tb nas with ssds lol
Carlos Flores (2 years ago)
ulgk irk. Their plan was why not buy an SSD company to compete with everyone else!!!
Carlos Flores (2 years ago)
It's a slightly updated version of the sandisk x400. Source: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/western-digital-blue-ssd-review,4767.html
Steven Long (2 years ago)
I'm glad you brought this up. I just recently spent $200 on an X400 1tb so I don't feel at a complete loss to this new release

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