Thermalright has introduced massive heatsinks for hot M.2 SSDs

More is sometimes really more, at least in the case of cooling. Until recently, M.2 disks were completely cooling simple, but with increasing performance it is starting to get a bit hot.

Current M.2 SSDs already require a heatsink, as powerful controllers and baud rates easily drive temperatures above 70 ° C. If you try to test the disk without cooling, such as Zdeněk in this review, the disk had something to do so that it would not drip at 100 ° C. High temperatures not only heat the inside of the PC, but the disk begins to reduce performance by an order of magnitude so that it does not burn.

That’s why the really big Thermalright HR-09 2280 cooler and its extra giant version HR-09 2280 Pro come in handy. The basic version (ehm) is equipped with one 6 mm wide heatpipe, 48 mm high and weighing 80 grams. The second Pro variant already has two heatpipes, abundant ribbing, a height of 74 mm and a weight of 90 grams. Coolers are not designed to add fans, but these will probably not be necessary due to their size. We assume that a slight flow in the cabinet will be perfectly sufficient.

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source: techpowerupThermalright


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