Gelid announces a new SSD cooler for m.2 2280 drives. The Glint is a product of the Gelid Gamer line and is intended to cool an SSD to improve performance. The aim is to prevent thermal throttling as much as possible – a process in which the clock frequency of an SSD is automatically lowered to allow it to cool down when it threatens to operate outside the standard temperature range.
The Glint uses an aluminum heatsink and thermal pads to improve the cooling of the memory ic’s and other electrical components of the m.2-ssd. The heatsink is secured by the back cover and four mounting screws. The heat sink is complemented by an addressable RGB module with five LEDs, which can be connected to the motherboard. The manufacturer provides a two-year warranty and can be purchased for a price of 14.99 euros.
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