Beef up your arsenal with this speedy WD_BLACK SSD and get Battlefield 2042 bundled in

WD_BLACK SN 750 SE NVMe SSD Battlefield 2042 PC Game Code Bundle
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With every new AAA game that hits the market, you’ve got to ask yourself whether your PC is going to be ready to handle it. The upcoming Battlefield 2042 is going to be putting a lot of systems to the test, and the massive maps will certainly help point out any storage bottlenecks your system might have. Western Digital has a solution with the WD_BLACK™ SN750 SE NVMe™ SSD, which not only can give you a serious speed boost at a fair price, but also comes with a huge bonus: an included PC game code for Battlefield™ 20421 plus pre-order bonuses.

WD_BLACK SN 750 SE NVMe SSD Battlefield 2042 PC Game Code Bundle

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If your gaming PC is running your game library off of a hard drive or even a SATA-based SSD, the WD_BLACK SN750 SE NVMe SSD’s speeds are a solid step up over those drives, providing consistent performance across a wide variety of tasks from gaming to everyday use. The WD_BLACK SN750 SE NVMe SSD supports the PCIe® Gen 4 interface2 on motherboards, allowing it to offer up to 3,600MB/s3 (500 GB and 1 TB models4) read speed — talk about fast-loading levels. 

Compared to the best SATA drives, which tend to top out in the 500-600MB/s3  range, the WD_BLACK SN750 SE NVMe SSD will let you fly. When you load in first to the maps in Battlefield 2042, it may also help you snag air vehicles before other players grab them all, so it’ll actually let you fly.

Those speeds can apply to everything from booting your computer up, launching the game, and loading into maps. And, adding an M.2 PCIe SSD into your system is one of the easier upgrades you can make on your own. While you need to route a pair of cables between a SATA drive and your motherboard and power supply, the WD_BLACK SN750 SE NVMe SSD can simply slide into an open M.2 slot on your motherboard, get screwed down, and it’s good to go. You could even use it to upgrade the storage of some gaming laptops. With the downloadable WD_BLACK dashboard, you can also easily format the drive and set up ‘Game Mode’ to optimize its performance for booting and loading games.

Of course, price can be just as important a piece of the puzzle as performance, and that’s where the WD_BLACK SN750 SE NVMe SSD really hits a home run. The drive is already offering a tremendous value at $89.99 MSRP for a 500GB4 model and $159.99 MSRP for a 1TB4 model. But, when you consider that it comes with a game code for Battlefield 2042, which itself is a $59 value (not to mention you’ll get early access to the open beta period and pre-order bonuses), the value of the WD_BLACK SN750 SE NVMe SSD Battlefield 2042 Game Code Bundle is hard to overlook1.

If you were planning to buy Battlefield 2042 and could use some extra-fast storage in your PC, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better bang for your buck than this WD_BLACK SN 750 SE NVMe SSD Battlefield 2042 PC Game Code Bundle1

    1. Full game not available for download until November 19, 2021. Single use download code for full Battlefield™ 2042 Standard Edition game on PC included with purchase of WD_BLACK SN750 SE NVMe™ SSD Battlefield™ 2042 PC Game Code Bundle. Internet connection and EA account required. Offer limited to one per qualifying product purchase. Offer must be redeemed by date shown on the sticker on the front of your packaging, while supplies last. EA and Western Digital reserve the right to change or discontinue this offer at any time without notice.

   2. PCIe® Gen4 storage technology requires a compatible motherboard. WD_BLACK SN750 SE is backwards compatible with PCIe® Gen3.

   3. As used for transfer rate, 1 MB/s = 1 million bytes per second. Based on internal testing; performance may vary depending upon host device, usage conditions, drive capacity, and other factors. 

   4. 1GB = 1 billion bytes and 1TB = 1 trillion bytes. Actual user capacity may be less depending on operating environment.

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