WD’s second-generation SSD is outfitted with the company’s in-house 3D NAND technology, firmware and controller, and features a vertically integrated SSD platform. Performance-wise, the SN750 is quoted to deliver sequential reads up to 3,470MB/s (500GB and 1TB model) and sequential writes up to 3,000MB/s (1TB model). Moreover, random reads and writes are expected to hit up to 515,000 IOPS and 560,000 IOPs, respectively, for 1TB model. Though this won’t affect the gameplay directly, speeds like these will certainly lessen the time during loading screens and when launching the game itself.
WD Black SN750 NVMe Second-Generation SSD Announced