HXM DIY M.2 NGFF NVMe 2280 SSD Pure Copper Heatsink Thermal Pad Cooling Fin (67x18x4mm)
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- Material: Pure Copper. As they're handmade, each one varies slightly.
- Size: 67x18x4mm. Heat Conduction Silica Gel thickness about 1mm.
- Advancing： Heat sink with 5°- 10° cooling effect.
- Notes: Please make sure your laptop have enough space to install the heatsink.
- Suggestion: Before install, remove the SSD specification label will be better.
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Package Contents: 2 Blue Stripes and 2 Tie-wraps, 1 Piece "Laird" Conduction Silica Gel, 1 Piece Pure Copper Heatsink.
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My M.2 uses one of the hottest processors(Phison) on the market so your mileage may vary. It's a MyDigitalSSD BTX 480GB. I found that the idle dropped only after using thermal paste as the TIM. The included pad compounded the thermal issues the the point that the idle was at the throttle point. It was only after using my best paste and securing it with zip ties that the heatsink actually helped. Would not recommend going down that route personally.
It idles at 30-45°c, and doesn't throttle. This is in a case ample cooling.(4 200mm fans) I recently moved to an In Win 805 Infinity so I'd say it's going to get hotter.
The product works pretty well. I took off one star because of the pad sucking. The included tape to secure it was less than ideal. I highly recommend using 3 zip ties.
Copper soaks up heat really quickly and is slow to dissipate it, so it saturates itself up with heat really quickly and it stops working there. I can't completely say it stops working entirely but it only shaves off roughly 3-5c off of your M.2 SSD.
To really make this heatsink work, you'll need some active air passing over it and it will work like magic~ Keeping the SSD hovering around room temperature.
I took off a star because the way it can be better is to have a copper plate bottom/core and aluminum top/fins. This will definitely make it more passively cooled or having a fin stack instead of bored grooves? Either way, it's a great little heatsink and will work wonders if you have active cooling!
It doesn't prevent the Samsung ssds from throttling, it just takes longer, (180 seconds instead of 120 seconds)
If you have this in a server with a great deal of forced air, these might work, but you'll need a much larger heatsink to use those ssd's longer than a min or two at a time.
Beleive it or not, my 960 evo temp is 35 degree under full load , never seen my ssd above 35 degree C, you need a fan beside him and good cooling inside your pc, i love fans. I have 10 fans Other than the GPU and CPU coolers in my phantom 820 case