Western Digital Blue™ SA510 Series 2.5in SATA III SSD, 500GB

MX00121624 Blue™ SA510 Series 2.5in SATA III SSD, 500GB
MX00121624 Blue™ SA510 Series 2.5in SATA III SSD, 500GB

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Average Rating: 1.0 / 5 With 2 Customer Reviews

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Monday, September 11, 2023
By: Peter
From: Winnipeg

Quality has gone down


5 Year Warranty (You are gonna need it based on the amount of times this SSD will die in it's lifetime).


Very bad reliability.

Additional Comments:

The WD Blue SA510 replaced the WD Blue 3D NAND which was a huge mistake by Western Digital. Just read the all reviews, these drive are very unreliable and can die without notice. I purchased mine on June 2022 and it stop working Aug. 2023. Powered on my computer and it froze during the Windows boot logo. I rebooted but Windows never loads. Went into the BIOS and drive no longer was shown. Do not buy this SSD. Don't waste your money.
Tuesday, August 8, 2023
By: Ken
From: Calgary

Don't Buy


I have 3 of these. One not used yet. The other two died all of a sudden. There is a critical fix out but the drive is not recognized by the bios to fix.

Additional Comments:

Don't waste your money.

Official Reply from Memory Express:


Hi Ken. Western Digital has an Online Support Guide when your SA510 disappears from view from the Bios. https://support-en.wd.com/app/answers/detailweb/a_id/50208/~/wd-blue-sa510-sata-ssds-critical-firmware-update-available I hope this helps...
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