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New: The stickers that will help your SSD drive keep cool temperatures

The American company Silverstone also joins the growing field of Drives Advanced, and promising to lower their temperatures in favor of 15 degrees

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Ads for cooling purpose for drives Minimized M.2 configuration continues to expand rapidly, with more and more companies trying to "get on the wave" at the outset - and while there are a fair number of future drives that will hit the market, thermal stickers for more effective and even heat dissipation will already include slightly even bodies. It is likely that many more models will continue to land on the shelves without any protection, ignoring all the illustrations we have already seen.

For the second group, Silverstone is now launching its TP01-M2 - small thermal stickers that should keep the drives alive and even improve their performance, in all cases where the original manufacturer preferred and save money on the feature.

A very simple product, but has the potential to prove itself as very important

It's a silicon-heat-dissipated pair of chassis fit for M.2 drives of all lengths (including rarely found 110 millimeters) - one strip only about 0.5 millimeters thick for situations where only minimal space is needed for the additional cooling, and an additional bar of About 1.5 millimeters that should deliver Better when you have the right height.

Recommended for use with adapters For the drives, but one can also utilize it without them

Silverstone published data for a test system that was installed with the advanced SM951 drive of the , Which seems to have seen a reduction of no less than 15 degrees in maximum temperature during heavy exertion, from 86 degrees Celsius to 71 degrees Celsius alone, but even if you are not really convinced of the effectiveness of this solution - the good news is that this is a designated product Of only about 5 euros, a few dozen individual shekels can be a sensible investment and worthwhile even if the donation is much more moderate and characterized by lowering individual costs.

The company's declared test set shows a marked improvement in working temperatures - let's hope that in the real world the results are similarly impressive

The official product page states that the best use of the TP01-M2 will be combined with dedicated PCI Express cards to keep the drive away from the motherboard and the range of other hot components on it, but there is also no obvious impediment to using streaks for drives embedded in dedicated connectors that can be found in almost any modern.

There are already cooling solutions in the market for drives , But they are generally expensive and significantly limited compared to this new development of Silverstone

Is such a popular solution unnecessary or wonderful for the new problem of the hardware world? Let us share your thoughts with comments.


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    1. The drive tends to get very hot without the OC.
      Just understand that it is warming up, and there is no proper heat dissipation.

  1. ^^^^

    Why do you think anything that emits heat goes through OC

    For example, every processor also emits heat without any overclock :).

    Simply here, on drives, manufacturers have been "surprised" by the heat that drives the drive that in quite a few cases

    The performance is also hurt by this.

    1. No manufacturer was surprised, it was simply known in advance. You think for a moment that no one has checked and doesn't know? In your life, chip manufacturing and development covers everything including laboratory tests of weeks and months in a row.
      What's the Deal? Simply, declare that the drive provides a governor (takes numbers in general) 3500 megabytes per second (let's take Samsung 960 just an example) and what turns out? That the figure is true but after a minute of work the drive reaches an extreme temp in continuous transfer and lowers its frequencies and you no longer get your data these much, much less.

      Most users will not notice that the drive cools and returns to frequencies and returns.

      Installing this cooler is more expensive (a few bucks is not cheap when you make about 500,000 thousand a month).
      In addition, there are motherboards that the drive is located under the video card or places where you have installed some cooling may damage the drive to its location or to laptops, OEMs, etc.

      Yes, the day will probably come, or because of a reduced production process, but performance will continue to rise and not far away when there will be such kits or cooling coming from the manufacturer at some price or other. Accordingly, the drive location is likely to move.

      For general knowledge, there are drives that are in the best locations like I said before, under the card or video cards, etc., and warm up as a result as well, this is check and there is material on the network.

  2. Significantly lowering the temp, allowing continuous, long-term speeds.
    Depends on the uses of the people.

  3. Quote of askme

    ^^

    Simply here, on drives, manufacturers have been "surprised" by the heat that comes in the drive that in quite a few cases

    The performance is also hurt by this.

    That's why I used the word quasaras surprised.

    Simply, what you said in the 13 lines, I said in one line. :)

    Everyone and the form of expression preferred it.

    1. Don't be confused for a moment. I explained exactly what others need to know for general knowledge.
      The quotes are clear to me, it was important to explain to the other website audience, those who are not really in the details but want to know.
      Explaining one line that didn't say anything is one thing.

  4. Continue your drive there between the processor and a video card or under a video card.
    Life Guaranteed… LOL.

    1. You may not have the ability to understand and explore, much of a fighter if you come with this location in advance.
      There are manufacturers and motherboards that the location is near the RAM.
      The main thing to respond is, huh? There's YNET.

    1. Write down for 15 degrees and in addition, there are graphs and pictures written there, from 86 degrees to 71 degrees.
      A little self-study.

    1. It's not a heating problem, it's everyone's confusion. It's just that manufacturers don't provide refrigeration on top of their naked chips, that's all. If you move 50 gigabytes continuously the drive will warm up between 45-60 seconds and performance is slightly compromised until it cools down, that's the whole section.
      Most regular users don't notice it.

      Intel's frequencies and speeds and controllers, as they are today, are unlikely to reach these temps, so their writing and reading performance is lower than Samsung's 960 drives. Samsung did bomb with huge Pick data but it's not for long, here's all the cachet.

      Right now Intel drives from the new Optan series come cooled and covered with heat sinks, check the Google Network for pictures, it's not that hard.

    1. You try this software: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html
      Hope she can give you an indication of the drive.
      There is no other way but to place a sensor on the chips themselves or to use and trust the software.

      If you do a minimal search, do a bit of work on your own ... You will find that there are reviews and metrics in a while as the drives go into defense mode, here is, I saved you a job of 5 seconds on Google:
      https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Samsung-950-Pro-M-2-Throttling-Analysis-776/

  5. I am in favor of trying the solution… .What is the most effective way to do the measurement to see that I have a problem, and beyond that after installation - make sure there is improvement?

    1. Say, read you know? Haven't you seen the links in my comment from your previous one? The second link, this is a site that explored the whole topic and has insights and explanations and lots of other things. It won't be here, at least not from me.

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