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SABRENT Rocket SB-HTSK M2 NVMe SSD cooler with Copper Heatpipes w/code @ Store4PC-UK / FBA

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Redeem code QKWDOY2N to get the price. Has heatpipes unlike some other cheaper heatsinks which help cooling. Will fit in a PS5 but the cover cannot be used as shown
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Key Features

  • THE NEW COLOSSUS: This heatsink really stands out no doubt quite the conversation piece for your new build, but it also has the height to help the heat pipes do their thing.
  • PIPE AWAY THE HEAT: The heatsink contains three copper heat pipes designed to quickly draw excess heat away from your drive. A cool drive means no throttling, ensuring consistent performance.
  • STYLISH, RUGGED, AND EFFECTIVE: The top of the heatsink is shaped to increase surface area, helping your case’s airflow to work naturally. The heatsink itself is made of aluminum for resilience and a stylish look.
  • THE BE-ALL AND END-ALL: Our heatsink is compatible with both single and double sided M.2 2280 SSDs. The SABRENT M.2 2280 SSD Rocket Heatsink is the ultimate solution for your SSD heat management needs!
  • EASIER THAN IT LOOKS: While intimidating, this heatsink is easy to install. Everything needed is included you just need to make the magic happen.

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Review

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Youtube review

Installation and Testing Sabrent M.2 2280 SSD Rocket Heatsink (SB-HTSK)
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  1. blinky's avatar
    Very good heating but check it fits in your motherboard. It won't fit in all
  2. NitrousUK's avatar
    Before the usual comments about how ridiculous it seems to have a heatsink on an SSD.. Yes, they do get that hot, 90+C sometimes, and they throttle. Just have to transfer more than a few gigs to hit the thermal limit on same of the faster drives.
    UKScottDeals's avatar
    Yeah, but also no. My PCIe 4.0 Samsung PRO drives transfer at 1 GB/s, so transferring for a "few minutes" requires me to be moving more than 180 GB of data. It's very unusual for people to transfer such large amounts of data in one batch. I do have heatsinks, but much less chunky ones than these are honestly fine. (edited)
  3. Paramvir's avatar
    Thanks op, ordered for ps5
    gopolog86's avatar
    Make sure it fits!
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