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WD Blue SN580 NVMe™ SSD

Designed for content creators and professionals, you can keep creating uninterrupted when you’re in the zone or on the go.

    Boost productivity and creativity with PCIe® Gen 4.0 and up to 4,150MB/s read speeds1
    High performance and low lag time to quickly load large digital assets
    Maximize your battery life with low-power storage



Keep a working copy of your valuable content on one drive and simultaneously create a duplicate on the second drive for data redundancy and peace of mind.

    Store up to 44TB2 on two 7200RPM Ultrastar enterprise-class hard drives
    Ready for data redundancy with RAID 1 (mirroring) configuration
    Offload or copy data easily with the built-in SSD mag slot


Ultrastar DC HS760 Hard Drive

For data centers that require maximum performance from their hard drive, our newest dual actuator CMR HDD delivers more storage per slot.

    Dual actuator technology enables reading or writing to two locations at once
    Modern data center reliability with 2.5M MTBF3 (projected)
    OptiNAND technology adds a flash layer to offload expanded metadata

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1. [For 1TB-2TB models]: 1MB/s = 1 million bytes per second. Based on internal testing; performance may vary depending upon host device, usage conditions, drive capacity, and other factors.
2. 1TB = 1 trillion bytes. Actual user capacity may be less depending on operating environment and RAID configuration. For RAID products, storage capacity is based on RAID 0 mode.
3. Projected values. Final MTBF and AFR specifications will be based on a sample population and are estimated by statistical measurements and acceleration algorithms under typical operating conditions, typical workload, and 40°C device-reported temperature. Derating of MTBF and AFR will occur above these parameters, up to 550TB/year and 60°C (device reported temperature). MTBF and AFR ratings do not predict an individual drive’s reliability and do not constitute a warranty.