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It's no secret that SSDs with PCIe 5.0 interface require cooling. Often you can limit yourself to passive coolers, but many manufacturers make active coolers. And if at first this was surprising, then a liquid cooling system for SSDs seems completely out of the ordinary, and this is precisely the solution presented by Teamgroup.
The cooler is called T-Force Siren GD120S AIO. Of course, it can be installed on any SSD of a suitable form factor, and this is M.2 2280, but it is primarily aimed at the hottest ones from the version with PCIe 5.0.
The Siren GD120S uses a custom aluminum alloy double tube water block, dual-layer thermal pads and a copper plate combined with a 120mm radiator with 13 aluminum fins.
The dimensions of the water block are 70 x 23.8 x 28.7 mm. The fan rotates at a speed of 600-2200 rpm, creating noise up to 35.6 dBA. The manufacturer says that its cooler can reduce temperatures by about 30 degrees compared to an SSD, which is not cooled at all.
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