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Aqua Computer Reveals M.2 Riser card with Heatsink and Water Block compatibility

Aqua Computer Reveals M.2 Riser card with Heatsink and Water Block compatibility

Aqua Computer Reveals M.2 Riser card with Heatsink and Water Block compatibility

Aqua Computer Reveals M.2 Riser card with Heatsink and Water Block compatibility

 

Aqua Computer Has revealed their KryoM.2 PCIe M.2 Riser card with Heatsink and Water Block compatibility to keep your M.2 devices cool under load. This will prevent you M.2 SSD from throttling when under heavy/sustained use, resulting in increased performance. 

The Kryp M.2 riser card is a PCIe 3.0 M.2 riser card which is capable of running even the fastest M.2 devices, with gold plated contacts and impedance controlled circuit paths to ensure maximum stability. 

 

  Aqua Computer Reveals M.2 Riser card with Heatsink and Water Block compatibility  Aqua Computer Reveals M.2 Riser card with Heatsink and Water Block compatibility

 

When mounting an SSD without a heatsink users can use a thermal pad on the rear of the SSD for enhanced passive cooling, though the best cooling performance will be achieved with either with the passive black aluminium heatsink or the full water block.

This M.2 SSD riser card and cooling solutions will become available at the end of the month at the Aqua Computer store and at retailers at the end of the month. Pricing for each variant of the adapter can be found below.  

 

  • - kryoM.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 adapter - 18.90 EUR
  • - kryoM.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 adapter with passive heat sink - 29.90 EUR
  • - kryoM.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 adapter with water block - 67.90 EUR
  • - Passive heat sink for kryoM.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 adapter - 12.90 EUR
  • - Water block for kryoM.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 adapter - 49.90 EUR

 

  Aqua Computer Reveals M.2 Riser card with Heatsink and Water Block compatibility  Aqua Computer Reveals M.2 Riser card with Heatsink and Water Block compatibility

 

You can join the discussion on Aqua Computer's KryoM.2 M.2 SSD riser card and heatsinks on the OC3D Forums.

  

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Most Recent Comments

24-05-2016, 09:13:33

SuB
With regards risers.. can you put more than one M2 on (any of) them?

The waterblock seems kind of pointless, but an M2 riser doesn't seem like a terrible idea for me ole x79 boardQuote

27-12-2016, 09:40:31

Avet
Quote:
Originally Posted by SuB View Post
With regards risers.. can you put more than one M2 on (any of) them?
Run 2 PCI-E extensions.Quote

27-12-2016, 09:52:27

Avet
As far as the cooling goes in the decently ventilated case, you won't get it so hot unless you are doing some mental rendering. Just a heatsink would do the job to be sure. MSI is doing something like that on their new boards. Waterblock is just complete overkill. May look nice from an esthetic point of view, or if you just want all your temperatures low. But it is good that you at least have the option to go with it, if it's needed.Quote

27-12-2016, 10:53:23

AlienALX
30 Euro for the one with the passive sink.

Let me think... No thanks.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Up-to-3300...4AAOSwHMJYJ67L

I can see the one with the WB being OK though but man they are expensive !Quote

27-12-2016, 16:31:45

Avet
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
30 Euro for the one with the passive sink.

Let me think... No thanks.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Up-to-3300...4AAOSwHMJYJ67L

I can see the one with the WB being OK though but man they are expensive !
They are the first ones on the market and they dictate the price. Once others start doing it the price will drop.Quote
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