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Gigabyte teases their Aorus M.2 Thermal guard

Gigabyte teases their Aorus M.2 Thermal guard

Gigabyte teases their Aorus M.2 Thermal guard

Gigabyte teases their Aorus M.2 Thermal guard

 
Gigabyte has now teased their Aorus M.2 Thermal guard, which should be releasing with future motherboard designs that will be showcased at Computex 2017.
 
This means that this new M.2 cooler will likely come with Gigabyte's upcoming X299 Aorus motherboard offerings, though the company could have some new AM4 or Z270 motherboards up their sleeves for the event.  
 
This cooler looks a lot mow substantial than MSI's M.2 cooler offering, coming with a much larger heatsink design with a large increase in surface area. We can also see that this is designed to match Gigabyte's motherboard heatsink designs closely, making this M.2 cooler design a solid choice if you want to match your motherboard's existing aesthetics/design. 

  

Gigabyte teases their Aorus M.2 Thermal guard  

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05-05-2017, 07:14:19

darnn
The question is how it actually performs, because according to some tests , design from MSI is actually keeping temperature instead of dissapating itQuote

05-05-2017, 07:44:17

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by darnn View Post
The question is how it actually performs, because according to some tests , design from MSI is actually keeping temperature instead of dissapating it
Only if you have no airflow going over it. Which will be a problem for all of them IMO.Quote
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