ElecGear M11 M.2 SSD cooler appears on the e-commerce platform
At present, some high-end M.2 2280 SSDs generate a lot of heat in high workloads. From PCIe 3.0 to PCIe 4.0, this situation is becoming more and more common. At present, manufacturers generally equip these products with heat sinks, and motherboard manufacturers will also cover the M.2 slot with a large heat sink to reduce the performance impact caused by heat.
Recently, a product called ElecGear M11 M.2 SSD cooler appeared on the Amazon platform. The overall size of this SSD radiator is 83×32.6×52 mm, and consists of a 6 mm heat pipe, two aluminum heat sinks, a back plate, and a thermal pad, as well as a 30mm cooling fan with a speed of 9300 RPM, the heat of the SSD main control and 3D NAND flash memory chip is brought to a larger heat sink through a heat pipe, and then the temperature is cooled by a PWM cooling fan.
ElecGear said that the SSD heat sink can reduce the temperature of high-performance SSDs by 12°C to 25°C, which is very helpful for high-performance SSDs that are often under high load. The ElecGear M11 M.2 SSD radiator should be the largest M.2 radiator on the market. It will occupy a lot of motherboard positions. Users may have to consider whether their platform has enough space for installation before purchasing.