WD_BLACK 512GB C50 Expansion Card for Xbox, Compatible for Xbox Series X,S Expansion Card with Officially Licensed for Xbox, Includes 1 Month Xbox Game Pass Subscription
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As game file sizes grow, capacities from 512GB let you keep more of today’s top titles installed and ready to go.
Whilst we will do everything we can to meet the delivery times above, there may be factors outside of our control and we cannot guarantee delivery within this time frame. This officially licensed Xbox expansion card is plug-and-play with your Xbox Series X|S, so you don’t have to worry about compatibility or opening your console to install. However, this is where the PS5 definitely has the edge. On Xbox, you have no choice but to buy one of two proprietary cards (from either Western Digital or Seagate); however, on PS5 you have a wide variety of third-party options to choose from. This officially licensed Xbox expansion card is plug-and-play with your Xbox Series X/S, so you don’t have to worry about compatibility or opening your console to install. One thing to note is that in my testing, I found the C50 to have slightly slower boot times for games than ones installed on internal storage. Forza Horizon 5 went from boot-up to in-game in 59 seconds. The C50 managed the same in 1 minute and 9 seconds, so roughly ten seconds off the pace. It’s something you probably won’t notice unless you’re timing it yourself, but certainly worth noting if you’re planning to move your favorite games over to the card.Games are getting bigger, eating up more storage. Capacities from 512GB to 1TB 2 let you keep more of those titles installed and ready to fire up at a moment’s notice. The write and read speeds are based on the Xbox Series X|S SSDs, which use a custom solution called the Xbox Velocity Architecture. While exact speeds aren’t given by Western Digital for the C50 Expansion Card, it is believed to match that of the Xbox’s internal storage. The speeds above are for uncompressed (2,400 MB/s), and compressed data (4,800 MB/s). Features Up until now, Xbox players have had only one officially licensed option to boost their Xbox storage: the Seagate-made expansion cards in sizes 1TB, 512GB and 2TB. Now, Western Digital have released an officially licensed alternative.
Isle of Man, Isle of Wight, Northern Ireland and the Scottish Highlands) may take longer to reach you. Xbox подключается к Xbox Series X|S по принципу plug-and-play, поэтому вам не придется беспокоиться о совместимости или открывать консоль для установки. As game file sizes grow, capacities from 1TB let you keep more of today’s top titles installed and ready to go. With Starfield and many other top titles on their way to Xbox Series X/S this year, expanding your Xbox storage capacity feels like a must if you want to have multiple games on the go, especially if you're already at the annoying stage of deleting games to make room for others on the console's internal storage. It’s also worth noting that the average file size of new releases seems to be creeping up with each passing year. Popular exclusives like Forza Horizon 5 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection demand more than 100GB each, and the Starfield preload window has revealed that the hotly-anticipated Bethesda sci-fi RPG will also demand a chunk of storage in the triple digits.It feels extremely sturdy, and while I haven’t had the chance to pull it out hundreds of times to test whether it gets worn down or not, it certainly feels like it can last for years. If you aren’t able to pull your Xbox out, it can be fiddly to pull it to the side or wiggle it out enough to plug in, but if it’s simply sitting on your entertainment system, you’ll have zero problems plugging it in. Games are getting bigger, eating up more storage. Capacity from 512GB let you keep more of those titles installed and ready to fire up at a moment’s notice.
Games are getting bigger, eating up more storage. Capacities from 512GB to 1TB let you keep more of those titles installed and ready to fire up at a moment’s notice. Games are getting bigger, eating up more storage. Capacity from 1TB let you keep more of those titles installed and ready to fire up at a moment’s notice.It's been almost three years since the launch of the current flagship Xbox console, and the list of must-play Xbox Series X games is growing seriously long. And it’s almost certainly set to get even bigger with Starfield and Forza Motorsport on the horizon. At this point, installing even a modest selection of the best Xbox Series X game isn’t possible on the relatively measly 800GB of usable storage that comes as standard. Plus, the Xbox Series S only offers 512GB, which stretches even less. This officially licensed Xbox™ expansion card is plug-and-play with your Xbox™ Series X|S, so you don’t have to worry about compatibility or opening your console to install While Microsoft hasmoved away from the idea of an all-in-one entertainment system for the Xbox Series X and Series S, leaving the novelty of the Xbox One behind in favor of a gaming console, it does still offer some similar philosophies. Instead of opting for the ability to install NVMe SSDs similar to the PS5, Xbox requires proprietary memory. Seagate has been the sole manufacturer for over two years. Until now, that is.