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Be Quiet! MC1 PRO M.2 Single and Double Sided M.2 2280 Modules SSD Cooler

Be Quiet! MC1 PRO M.2 Single and Double Sided M.2 2280 Modules SSD Cooler
  • Item Number: 303-0014
  • Part Number: BZ003

  • Integrated heat pipe for an even higher cooling performance
  • Lower the temperature on an M.2 SSD
  • Allows maximum read/write speed and extended lifespan
  • For single and double-sided M.2 2280 modules
  • All-black finish for an elegant look
$ 19.20
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Akasa Passive Cooler for M.2 2280 Black SSD Cooler

Akasa Passive Cooler for M.2 2280 Black SSD Cooler
  • Item Number: 305-0018
  • Part Number: A-M2HS01-BK

  • Passive cooling for M.2 SSD drives
  • Reduces M.2 SSD heat and enhances performance
  • Supports standard M.2 Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF) 2280 single-sided type SSDs
  • Thermal conductive adhesive tape is pre-applied
$ 8.99
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OWC Aura Pro X Heat Sink for Mac Pro 2013

OWC Aura Pro X Heat Sink for Mac Pro 2013
  • Item Number: 15912
  • Part Number: OWCAURAPROXHS

  • Designed for the OWC Aura Pro X SSD for Mac Pro 2013
  • 21mm heatsink, includes adhesive pad
  • Durable Aluminum materials
  • Only for use on OWC Aura Pro X SSD
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The M.2 form factor is quickly becoming the main standard in SSDs for both laptops and desktop computers. When used in desktop systems, these SSDs can often generate a lot of heat, and finding an effective cooling solution can be critical, especially for systems that run for long periods of time each day.
This is where our cooling options for M.2 SSDs come in - we carry a range of heatsinks that can be applied to the SSD inside a computer system, provided there is enough space inside the case. Adding a heatsink (along with a thermal pad or thermal paste) provides a much larger surface area for the heat to dissipate from. Keeping the SSD at a reasonable temperature can help improve performance and extend the lifetime of the SSD.