The excellent 500GB WD Black SN750 SSD, with heatsink, is 29%-off—today only

The excellent 500GB WD Black SN750 SSD, with heatsink, is 29%-off—today only
The excellent 500GB WD Black SN750 SSD, with heatsink, is 29%-off—today only

One of our top SSDs is on sale, for today only, at Amazon. The WD Black SN750 is an excellent M.2 drive, and perfect for gaming, as it manages sequential read/write speeds of 3,400 / 3000MBps, and comes with heatsink to keep things nice and efficient if you're pushing your rig hard for long periods of time. Right now the 500GB version is on sale as part of Amazon's Daily Deals for $106 (saving you 29%). That's the cheapest the heatsink version of the SN750 has ever been. If you're not looking for the heatsink version, you can pick up the regular 500GB model for $86, which is a saving of 34% off the normal price. We'd heartily recommend either, as the SN750 stacks up really well against other NVMe drives.

WD Black SN750 (with heatsink) | 500GB | $106 (was $150)
Save yourself a healthy 29% on this superb NVMe drive, with added heatsink. The sequential and random IO speeds are great, and it's a reliable drive too.View Deal

WD Black SN750 | 500GB | $86 (was $130)
You save a great 34% on this version without the heatsink and that is a very attractive price. Not the cheapest ever, but the lowest we've seen for months.View Deal

These are all part of Amazon's Deal of the Day, so you have until midnight tonight to claim the SSDs at this low price. Keep in mind that this is the cheapest we've ever seen the Heatsink version, although we've found the regular 500GB model for a few dollars less at one point. However, to be clear, $86 / $106 are both good prices for what you're actually getting here, and the SN750 impressed in our tests with gaming. You can check out all the best SSDs for gaming here, if you need some more info.

If you want less storage, then the 250GB is 10% off at $72 right now, but... come on, you could pick up 250GB more storage for $14 here, so why would you go lower? Plus, the 250GB doesn't come with heatsink at all, so that isn't an option. 

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