SilverStone M.2 SSD Thermal pad for up to 110mm in length

SilverStone TP01-M2 - M.2 Thermal pad for M.2 SSD up to 110mm in length

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Scan code: LN83127 Manufacturer code: SST-TP01-M2 Request call
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Product Overview With the ever increasing popularity of solid state drive (SSD) being used as the primary storage device in PCs, capacity and performance continue to climb in newer models but so have their operating temperatures. This has resulted in situations where SSDs, especially the smaller M.2 variants with less surface areas have overheated and throttled or shut down completely. To help alleviate this new generation of heat problems, SilverStone created the TP01-M2 thermal pad, a simple and effective cooling solution for M.2 SSDs. It has excellent thermal conductivity, is electrically non-conductive, and easy to apply. It is designed to fit between M.2 SSD and M.2 adapter card so it can transfer heat away from SSD to the larger adapter card surface for more effective heat dissipation.

Efficient heat conduction pad for reducing temperature
Supports M.2 SSD up to 110mm in length
Safe and easy to use Features
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Details
Duration:
1 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
1 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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