WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD Review – Upgrade your PC

WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD Review - Upgrade your PC

If you’ve been using the same computer for several years while putting it through its paces, you may have noticed a slowdown in performance.

It’s possible that you’re running out of storage space because an old disk inside is slowing things down. Possible remedy: Western Digital’s WD BlueTM SN570 NVMeTM SSD.

Because it is a PCIe®-based device, the WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD has significantly more available bandwidth than the SATA-based drives often found in older computers and laptops.

The WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD, available in 500GB* and 1TB* capacities (with a 2TB* variant anticipated in 2022) read rates of up to 3,500MB/s**, allowing your computer to seem much more fast.

This is a major improvement over even the most recent SATA SSDs, let alone older hard disks.

The ability to save and retrieve large project files quickly thanks to the increased speed is a boon to any creative endeavor.

Whether you’re using Adobe’s Creative Suite or a similar photo and video editing program to work on your next passion project, or you’re crunching massive amounts of data, this drive will provide you faster speeds and more capacity to keep your stuff.

To ensure the safety of any data you entrust to the WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD, which you may be considering doing. You can rely on this reliable motor.

The lack of mechanical parts in an SSD makes your data less likely to be corrupted, and Western Digital further mitigates this risk by including a password security option.

Additionally, the drive is extremely durable, with a 600TBW*** endurance on the 1TB variant. Even more impressive is the five-year warranty that Western Digital provides for its drive, which is the longest of its kind.

The addition of a large amount of fast storage to your system may seem daunting at first, but it’s actually quite simple.

Because it can get all the juice it needs via the PCIe interface, the WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD eliminates the need for an additional power supply or bulky wires. Even more so, it’s quite diminutive.

Drives with the compact M.2 2280 form factor can fit comfortably in laptops and small desktop computers.

If you want to design a small system that doesn’t sacrifice performance, or if you’re ready to upgrade to faster storage that can help extend the life of your current system, then read on.

Even more helpful, Western Digital throws in a free month of Adobe Creative Cloud, giving you access to Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, Premiere Pro, InDesign, and more to get your creative juices flowing.

Details regarding the promotion can be found at www.wdc.com/adobe, while the terms and conditions can be found at www.adobe.com/legal.

The details of the product may be altered without prior warning. Some products depicted on this page may look different than the ones you receive.

There are a trillion bytes in a single gigabyte or 1TB. Depending on the conditions, the number of concurrent users may be lower.
A speed of 1MB/s (one million bytes per second) is equivalent to a transfer of one gigabyte of data in one second. Results may vary.
Capacity-based TBW (terabytes written) estimates are determined by the JEDEC client workload (JESD219).

Both “Western Digital” and “WD Blue” are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Western Digital Corporation or its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries. Except for the aforementioned marks, all other brands are independently owned and operated.

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