Western Digital Black SN750 EKWB Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅25-04-19
Packaging, Bundle & Closer Look
The packaging between the two models is practically identical, apart from the obvious inclusion of the heatsink in the photo on this model.

The rear gives a window to see the drive’s serial number and other information, for which reason we’re not sure, but it’s there. You also get information relating to the 5-year warranty and bandwidth expectations.

Along with your brand new SSD comes a small warranty information booklet and nothing more.

The heatsink on the WD Black SN750 feels robust and properly constructed. It’s not a thin sheet of metal glued to the top of their SSD, some serious work has gone into designing this heatsink. The silver and black contrast each other brilliantly for an awesome finish.

The heatsink also stretches round to the back of the SSD, where you’ll also find the product label. Due to this new piece of metal, the M.2 drive now measures 8.1mm deep instead of 2.4mm. Western Digital themselves claim that the drive has been designed for desktop PCs and may not be suitable for laptops due to the extra depth.

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