Western Digital has had a significant amount of time on the market. When it comes to storage, they have created products of excellent quality. They recently released the SN570 NVMe SSD, an enhanced version of the SN550 that was released 1.5 years ago, carrying on the tradition. This is our WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD review, which you shouldn’t miss if you’re looking to buy a new SSD. We got to play around with it.
Design-wise Like every other flat chip SSD on the market, the WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD uses a single chip. Since it lacks an internal heat sync, it may easily fit into any laptop or PC that is suitable. It is quite simple to instal, and one can simply screw it on to any compatible motherboard. Although we only looked at the 1TB version, there are also 250GB, 500GB, and 2TB models.
So let’s get to how it performed.
According to Western Digital, the WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD can read at speeds of up to 3,500 MB/s and write at speeds of up to 1,200 MB/s, which is roughly what we observed. It provided us with read speeds of 3,487MB/s and write speeds of an astounding 1,291MB/s on the Disk Mark bench. We were able to transfer files immediately, and setting up a brand-new copy of Windows 11 on it was a simple problem. Actually, it wasn’t at that difficult.
This one is 2.5X faster than the 2.5-inch Kingston SSD that we use in our test computer. As a result, our 4K videos that previously took 3 hours to render now render in less than 1.5 hours (since CPU and GPU performance remained the same). Apps open more quickly, Windows starts up more quickly, and gaming performance also improves.
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The WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD comes with SSD dashboard software that allows you to continuously monitor the performance and health of the SSD. Thus, there is only one remaining query. Is the WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD 1TB, which costs approximately Rs 9,300 (price may vary by city) worth it? Let’s put it this way: without a doubt, if you intend to build a new PC or upgrade an old one and want super-fast performance, go for it.
If your budget is limited, you might want to think about the 250GB or 500GB version. However, they can all bring everything from photo editing tools to video editing applications to operate incredibly quickly in your new PC, giving your old PC/Laptop a fresh lease on life. That makes up for our negative assessment of the WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD. Please feel free to ask any questions you may have regarding it in the comments section below, and we would be pleased to respond.
WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD Pros
Summary of Contents
Simple to instal and slim
WD Blue SN570 NVMe SSD Cons
5 year guarantee
It can be pricey for some.