Compare Solid State Drives: Plextor M6e 128GB vs Western Digital WDS250G1B0B

Plextor M6e 128GB


Western Digital WDS250G1B0B

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Pangoly Score 91 -
Brand Plextor Western Digital
Model PX-AG128M6e WDS250G1B0B
Release Date May 2014 February 2018
Effective Value -
TDP 5 Watts 10 Watts
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  • Amazing performance, over the SATA 3 bottleneck
  • Marvell controller
  • Price is higher than SATA 3 drives, but still reasonable
  • The 128GB version has limited write speed
Series M6e Blue
Capacity 128GB 250GB
Interface PCI-Express x2 M.2 (B+M)
Form Factor PCI-E M.2-2280
SSD Controller Marvell 9183 -
NAND Flash Type MLC (toggle) -
Cache - -
Max Sequential Read Up to 770 MB/s Up to 540 MB/s
Max Sequential Write Up to 335 MB/s Up to 500 MB/s
MTBF 2,400,000 hours -
Critic Reviews

"In its PCI Express form, we would pass on the M6e. We would be interested if it were sold as a standalone M.2 socket SSD at a more affordable price. For now, the M6S and M6M offer excellent performance and reliability, putting them among our most pre ..."

Compare Solid State Drives: Plextor M6e 128GB vs Western Digital WDS250G1B0B. Analyze head-to-head all specifications and features to find out the better SSD.

Comparison summary

Reasons to pick the Plextor M6e 128GB:

  • Around 50% lower TDP.

Reasons to pick the Western Digital WDS250G1B0B:

  • 59% cheaper, you can save $110.84.
  • Newer Product, it was realeased around 4 years later.
  • More Capacity (+122GB available)
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