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ウエスタンデジタル WesternDigital SSD WD Blue SN550シリーズ NVMe M.2 2280 1.0TB WDS100T2B0C
／ ■ 仕 様 ■フォームファクタ ：M.2 2280 シーケンシャル ： 2400 MB/s（read）、1950 MB/s（write） ／
I'm wondering if this is an Apple incompatibility problem, or something specific to this SSD.
I'm wondering if I need to buy a different SSD?
I'm posting this because I've already spent a fair amount of time with this, and returned one SSD already, thinking it might be hardware fault.
(btw I've followed all guidance including Tech support from WD)
WD for it's size, skimped out on the cloning software. You can't assume people want to reformat and start from scratch. Also, you can't assume all customers are PC mechanics. I want to return it badly. I wanted to support an American company in WD. I see why Samsung just came in and became #1 immediately.
Installation into my Lenovo P1 Gen 2 was really straight forward. This particular machine has 2x NVMe drive slots with PCIe Gen 3 x4 support, and to get to the drive slots, all you need to do is remove the screws on the bottom cover. Lenovo was nice enough to include the mounting screw and thermal tape for a second drive even though I only optioned my machine with a single drive. I was able to install the drive in less than 5 minutes, and Windows 10 automatically detected my new WD Blue SN550 without any drama. All I had to do to finish the installation process was to open disk management to initialize and format the drive.
I typically use my laptop for office work, photo editing and graphics, and I also play a few games on the side. Benchmarks show that the WD Blue SN550 is actually a bit slower than the 512GB Samsung PM981 that came with my machine, but in terms of how I use my machine, there doesn't seem to be a meaningful performance difference. Overall, I think the WD Blue SN550 delivers as a low power, reliable, and value-oriented storage solution.
I've highly recommended this to several of my friends working on new builds or updates.
Highly recommend of you're looking for a NVME SSD.
the only problem I encountered is I had to update my mobo (x570 asus prime-p) to the latest firmware or else it wont even go into bios.
so make sure to update your mobo WITHOUT the ssd installed.
2020 will be great year for hardware getting cheap and performance getting crazy, enjoy while it lasts!