ScanFX M.2 SSD Passive Heat Sink for all 22x80 PCIe/SATA and NvMe SSDs
M.2 SSD Passive cooling kit suitable for all 22x80 SSD's without covers standard PCIe SATA & NvMe upto 4.2mm
Reduces M.2 SSD heat and enhances performance & stability & adds rigidity.
Enhances the look & aesthetics of your system instead of having a bare SSD showing.
Thermal conductive adhesive tape by 3M is pre-applied & a spare thermal tape is supplied.
Features • Provides Passive Cooling to M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs Aluminum.
• Improves Aesthetics of M.2 PCIe NVMe SSDs.
• Provides more Rigidity to the M.2 NVMe SSD PCB.
• Compatible with both PCIe & SATA M.2 SSDs in the 2280 form factor up to 4.2mm in thickness.
• Dimension: 71x22x6.4mm
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