No offense to any who answer in the affirmative, but I'll add my thoughts. I tile every day of my life, and have every possible tool for the job. As well, I do pavers, Decks, etc.
The issue isn't so much the material being cut, but the blade, the Kerf, and the speed at which you cut, combined with the WATER/Lubrication involved.
If you've ever watched a Highway crew, you can see them using a DRY saw to cut expansion joints in concrete.
No matter that the blade might be Diamond, once you've reached a depth beyond the blade edge, and properties, it will be even more important to FLUSH the cut, as the balance of the diameter of blade to tool shaft is NOT a cutting edge, and can bind in residue.
It might also equate to the quality of the tool? Certainly I can buy a Harbor Freight, Chinese made Wet saw, (no offense to them) for less than $100. Would I assume I could use in in a heavy duty, long term sense? Not me.
Just my 2 "sense"
45 plus years as a contractor