WD Black HDD Performance/Gaming differences

I had internal WD HDD Black Performance for several years. Recently bought a new HDD and I noticed it’s “WD Black Gaming Hard Drive”. Is there some kind of difference? Or is it the same hard drive with new sticker?

I had 1TB of HDD Performance where my OS and games stored on. Is the “Gaming” specifically designed for Games, and not operating system with other applications? (3ds max, visual studio, photoshop etc.)

The WD black disks are designed for a higher workload and they are all 7200rpm. Compared to other disks this might not be noticed in a consumer machine outside of the disk lasting longer.