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J&D Tech

M.2 Aluminum Alloy Heatsink with Silicone Thermal Pad and Copper Pipes

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  • Professionally designed for desktops to effectively reduce SSD temperature, helping avoid overheating and throttling to improve its performance; compatible with SAMSUNG 850 EVO, 860 EVO, 960 EVO, and 970 EVO, Western Digital RED SA500, BLUE SN550, BLACK SN750 and other M.2 2280 SSD 0.86 x 3.15 inches
  • Copper pipes at bottom absorb heat from the SSD and then spread to the aluminum surface of heatsink, greatly increasing cooling and heat dissipation area
  • Dimension: 2.87 x 0.96 x 0.68 inch; provide excellent, reliable, and efficient performance in cooling with a sleek, functional look that ensures sufficient air flow
  • Comes with silicone thermal pad and screws, easy to install and operate; please note: SSD not included
  • J&D warranty: 1-year limited warranty

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Mr Pickles
Good quality heatsinks for the price

These work great with the NVME drives I have installed in my workstation.The build quality is excellent compared to the price - the finish and materials appear to be anodized aluminum, which is as good as expected in a radiator. The heatsink I received has heatsink interface pads (located between the chip on the NVME device and the heatsink itself).I recommend this particular M2 heatsink.

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Deborah Evanoski
Love it

It works great just what I needed.

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Andy H.
Impossibly Cooler

After adding this heatsink to my SSD, I got significantly lower temperatures. Under a high load, my SSD would reach temps of 60+ degrees Celcius and idle around 25. It now idles around 15 degrees and maxes at 28 degrees. It works well������

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Marshall
Good

It's fairly easy to set up. I haven't compared the temperature before and after but currently it's wthiin the 30's on average. Despite this I'm glad to see the SSD have healthy temps in regular use cases.

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Matthew Simmons
Keeps m.2 ssd nice and cool

Works and looks great