Akasa launches M.2 cooler for M.2 NVMe PCIe & SATA Drives
With the arrival of the PCI-E 5.0 interface, the M.2 SSD will improve its performance to a higher level in the future and generate much higher heat generation than now. A stronger M.2 radiator will also become a must when PCI-E 5.0 SSD enters the market in the future. Radiator manufacturer Akasa has launched the Gecko M.2 SSD cooler with a turbo fan. The design of this cooler is really rare.
Akasa Gecko installed a 50mm turbo fan vertically on the traditional M.2 SSD radiator, which makes the radiator look like a black snail. It is compatible with M.2 2280 SSDs. When installed, it needs to occupy a space above the motherboard of 72.53mm, and the weight is less than 120g.
The heat dissipation method of this radiator is naturally to use a turbo fan to violently cool down the M.2 SSD. The maximum speed of the turbofan is 3000rpm, it adopts double ball bearings, the maximum air volume is 3.98CFM, the maximum air pressure is 8.2 mmH20, the maximum noise level is 29dB, and it uses a 3-pin power supply.