Gorący SSD? Thermaltake ma rozwiązanie

Hot PC? Thermaltake has the solution

Do you use SSD intensively in your computer? Do you have problems with very high temperatures? The inexpensive Thermaltake MS-1 may be the solution.

The latest processors Intel and AMD introduced a number of new products into the home. One of them was interface support PCI Express 5.0, which offers twice the bandwidth of the older standard. This is especially noticeable in the case of SSDand new generation media are becoming more and more accessible.

Thermaltake MS-1 was valued at approximately PLN 85

Unfortunately, the first one SSD PCIe 5.0 x4, regardless of the manufacturer, are not free from defects. We are mainly talking about higher power consumption, and therefore high temperatures. This is why many of them come from the factory with large heatsinks. Thermaltake However, he prepared something more efficient.

Thermaltake MS-1 is a standard cooling system for the most efficient semiconductor media M.2 2280. We are dealing here with an aluminum, finned radiator; a single 6 mm heat pipe and a small fan. The whole has compact dimensions of 70 x 14 x 22 millimeters.

Hot SSD?  Thermaltake has the solution

The fan used is a 20-mm solution that runs at high speed up to 8000 RPM at efficiency up to 0.44 CFM. The manufacturer declares an operating culture of 16 dB(A), but it is hard to believe. Importantly, it is a unit with a classic 3-pin plug, which allows for speed regulation. This is not so obvious, because ADATA or Patriot provide their PCIe 5.0 SSDs with SATA cables.

Hot SSD?  Thermaltake has the solution

According to Thermaltake internal tests you can count on 7°C lower temperatures than passive heatsinks and 4°C than third-party active cooling systems. This is shown on the example of a medium Crucial T700 and an SSD cooler from the company Ineo.

Hot SSD?  Thermaltake has the solution

Thermaltake MS-1 has already appeared in the first European stores at a price of EUR 19.99, i.e about 85 PLN. This is not much more expensive than a passive radiator be quiet! MC1-Prowhich we have tested in the past.

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