News Gigabyte's New Gen 4 M.2 SSD Promises 7GBps Speeds All Day Long

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Sounds like the right long term thing to do is have thermal sensors in the SSD then PC builders can just add 3rd party coolers to their NVMe and get aggressive as they want with cooling.
 

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That is if you can even fit that giant SSD heatsink without obstructions in the first place. For high end systems sporting high end graphic cards utilizing air cooling, a cooler this tall is going to be problematic.
 
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Good luck trying to fit that in a PS5. The temp of these high performance drives must be the root cause of the delay in Sony supporting these, surely?
 

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