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Aqua Computers release their KryoM.2 Micro M.2 SSD cooler

Aqua Computers release their KryoM.2 Micro M.2 SSD cooler

Aqua Computers release their KryoM.2 Micro M.2 SSD cooler

Aqua Computers release their KryoM.2 Micro M.2 SSD cooler

 
Aqua Computers have now released their KryoM.2 Micro M.2 SSD cooler, allowing users to keep their latest NVMe M.2 SSDs cool under load. 
 
This new heatsink is compatible with single-sided M.2 factor 2280 SSDs, being designed to support almost all motherboards that include an M.2 slot and offer high thermal conductivity on compatible M.2 SSDs. The KryoM.2 heatsink is designed to not put much mechanical stress on your M.2 SSD, preventing the SSD from being damaged during use. 
 
 

Special features of the kryoM.2 micro:


- High-quality heat sink made from aluminium, black anodised with laser engraving
- Stainless steel clips for easy installation
- High-performance thermal pad included in delivery
- Self-adhesive protective foil for electrical insulation of the stainless steel clips included in delivery

 

Scope of delivery:

- Passive heat sink made from aluminum, black anodized
- Two clips made from stainless steel
- Thermal pad
- Protective foil for rear side of the SSD
Aqua Computers release their KryoM.2 Micro M.2 SSD cooler

 

 

Aqua Computer's KryoM.2 is currently available for €9.90 from Aqua Computers' website.  

  

You can join the discussion on Aqua Computer's new KryoM.2 SSD cooling solution on the OC3D Forums

 

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03-04-2017, 06:43:47

AlienALX
I was all set to come into this thread and rip into the ridiculous price they are charging but TBH that's actually not bad at all. You could probably get a suitably sized chunk of alu from Hong Kong for about a fiver, but you would have to glue it on.Quote

03-04-2017, 06:57:14

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
I was all set to come into this thread and rip into the ridiculous price they are charging but TBH that's actually not bad at all. You could probably get a suitably sized chunk of alu from Hong Kong for about a fiver, but you would have to glue it on.

Ill buy one.......Quote

03-04-2017, 07:31:09

Agost
FINALLY

I sticked some raspberry heatsinks on my 950 Pro... on top of the sticker to avoid losing the warranty. Dropped about ~10°C on the NAND sensor, probably the same on the controller

This solution should be even better in terms of performanceQuote

03-04-2017, 09:13:17

fullerphoto
They want €13.5 to ship the thing.. China would ship me a motorhome for that price.Quote

03-04-2017, 09:23:20

King of Old Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by fullerphoto View Post
They want €13.5 to ship the thing.. China would ship me a motorhome for that price.
Yeah and maybe not as better made.

TBH you get what you paid for.Quote
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