WD 500GB Scorpio Blue WD5000LPVT 2.5" 7mm Storage Drive

WD Blue 500GB WD5000LPVT 2.5″ 7mm HDD Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Specification and Closer Look
  3. Test Bench and Testing Methodology
  4. AS SSD Benchmark
  5. ATTO Benchmark
  6. AIDA64 Access Benchmark
  7. Anvil Benchmark
  8. Boot Load Test
  9. CrystalDisk Mark Benchmark
  10. HDTune Pro Benchmark
  11. Futuremark Benchmarks
  12. Conclusion

WD Blue series 7mm drive would be a comfortable choice for those upgrading their notebook storage. There’s really nothing much to be said, but slimmer 2.5mm drives are 7mm z-axis height. Some 7mm thick drives were reviewed in the past, and there are many uses such installing them on an Ultrabook or pretty decent alternative to installing in a cramped desktop unit.

As usual, performance is what will be observed here.

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