Team Group shows off its Cardea Liquid II SSD, with an all-in-one (AIO) liquid cooling system

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Poor little M3 screw, having to hold all that in place.
     
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  3. Fediuld

    Fediuld Master Guru

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    And we should not forget only the controller needs to be cool. The NVME is relying on reasonable heat to be able to store fast the data and retrieve them. (due to the freely unrestricted movement of electrons)

    Anyone cooling by a lot their NVME just reduces the lifespan and integrity of their data.
     
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    Not quite; as for all electronics there is an upper limit for the NAND temp too, and so I guess that in PCIe 5.0 it is surpassed...
     

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    If it is over 75C with just a simple heatsink or a motherboard front plate constantly then you are OK. Trying to force the temps to go low is not good for NAND.

    We shouldn't forget that the temps around 85C allow for way faster writing of the data, but has low retention span. Compared to lower temps (sub 55C) which the retention span is higher, but the write speed is reduces significantly.

    A 120mm cooler is enough to cool a GPU consuming 180W. A tiny NAND will keep it bellow optimal temps which is around 50-60C.
     
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    You aren't following me, I talk only about surpassing the NAND max temp!
    I know of the optimal temp range, which isn't the point here...
     
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    reix2x Master Guru

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    this is the kind of part i would consider only for an all out build and i would be afraid of this killing my storage or the m.2 port just because of the weigh, this remembers me those days when people were trying to liquid cool the ram dimms, pretty lame part but i guess it could have an use.
     
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    a 120mm clc can keep a 300w gpu under 65 easily
     

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