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WD Black SN850X and Game Drive P40 storage

This week, Western Digital unveiled its new game storage in the form of the WD_BLACK P40 Game Drive SSD, which will be available in 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB capacities starting at $120, with availability beginning sometime in the summer months of 2022.

The WD_BLACK SN850X NVMe SSD will be available in 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities starting at $190 and will be available in July 2022 both online and at major retailers.

“We are inspired by the unique ways players experience their games and are committed to working with the best technology partners like AMD to develop solutions to help them overcome barriers,” said Rob Soderbury, Executive Vice President and General Manager flash. Business unit of Western Digital. “Our diverse WD_BLACK portfolio ensures that gamers are ready to win today’s games and ready for what’s next.”

Game disc storage

The WD_BLACK P40 Game Drive Solid State Drive is built for gamers looking for portable storage with performance and style. The WD_BLACK P40 Game Drive SSD features a USB 3.2 Gen2x2 interface and blazing read speeds of up to 2000MB/s combined with customizable RGB lighting (Windows Only).

The downloadable WD_BLACK Dashboard gives you full control over your LED display and can be synced with many existing RGB ecosystems for a customization that can be customized to suit any gamer’s style. With a sleek, compact and shockresistant design, it’s perfect for gaming on the go.”

“WD_BLACK SN850X NVMe SSD is a powerful internal PCIe Gen4 SSD optimized for hardcore gamers looking for unparalleled performance, delivering blazing read speeds of up to 7300MB/s. With minimal latency, predictive loading, and adaptive thermal management, gamers can look forward to an incredible gaming experience with fast loading times, rich visuals, and uncompromising thermal performance. The downloadable WD_BLACK Dashboard with new Game Mode 2.0 (Windows only) unlocks PC performance features so gamers can play, stream, record and dominate at the top of their game. An optional heatsink (1TB and 2TB models) helps maintain peak performance and includes RGB lighting to complement any gaming rig.”

Source: VD

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