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Western Digital Blue WD40E31X 4TB 3.5" SSHD Hard Drive

Western Digital Blue WD40E31X 4TB 3.5" SSHD Hard Drive

Western Digital Blue WD40E31X 4TB 3.5" SSHD Hard Drive

  • WESTERN DIGITAL
  • W D Blue WD40E31X
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  • Ex Tax: 15,500৳
Product Code: W D Blue WD40E31X
Brand: WESTERN DIGITAL
Hard Disk
Buffer size 6 GB/s
Interface type SATA 6 Gb/s
Transfer Rate (Buffer To Disk) 6 Gb/s (Max)
Internal or External Internal
Capacity (GB) 4 TB
Warranty 02 Years
Description

Western Digital Blue WD40E31X 4TB 3.5" SSHD Hard Drive

The WD Blue SSHD drives are the company’s newest hybrid offering that is designed for power-consumers such as gamers and content creators looking to increase the overall performance of their higher-end workstation. WD quotes the Blue SSHDs to boast sustained speeds of 150MB/s for the 4TB model and 100MB/s for the 1TB, which falls more in the range of HDD technology performance. Because of its size, the 4TB model was built with the 3.5inch form factor, limiting its use cases to desktop computers only. The 1TB model, on the other hand, uses a 2.5 inch form factor, allowing it to be used for use cases where size is an issue.

Though certainly not as fast as full SSDs, hybrid drives offer enough NAND flash SSD technology to see a noticeable improvement in system boots, faster application loads, and an overall improved responsiveness over hard disk drive technology. However, the relevance of SSHDs (as well as HDDs) have been dwindling over the years, as the performance –heavy SSDs are continuously closing the gap between price and certainly have reached capacity parity with many brands. That being said, the WD Blue line is still less expensive than their SSD counterparts, which is enough to sway many consumers to go the SSHD route when upgrading their rig.

As such, WD has indicated that the WD Blue SSHD uses an advanced set of algorithms to track user data-usage, which then analyzes this information and prioritizes frequently used data; simply put, the 8GB of NAND store a pool of "hot" data for enhanced performance in the solid state portion of the device. It adapts, learns and optimizes as new applications and command requests alter over its life-span.

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