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    Team Group teases Cardea M.2 PCIe SSD sequel with AiO cooler

    The existing HEXUS reviewed model has a simple liquid filled heatsink.
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    Re: Team Group teases Cardea M.2 PCIe SSD sequel with AiO cooler

    I didn't think you where supposed to over cool your SSDs? Linus did an interesting video on it:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3auLJtDb7s

    (Just sounds like a giant spoiler for a 1.0 Corsa to be honest.)
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    Re: Team Group teases Cardea M.2 PCIe SSD sequel with AiO cooler

    think it is a monumental waste of money and power adding that onto a SSD.

    I wonder why they do not place the M2 slots on the back of the Motherboard instead, it would make alot sense to do so, also it would not be stuck near the hot GFX and the center of the PC in a figure of speech.

    Or somewhere on the sides..., eg side by side like RAM.

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    Re: Team Group teases Cardea M.2 PCIe SSD sequel with AiO cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by QuorTek View Post
    think it is a monumental waste of money and power adding that onto a SSD.

    I wonder why they do not place the M2 slots on the back of the Motherboard instead, it would make alot sense to do so, also it would not be stuck near the hot GFX and the center of the PC in a figure of speech.

    Or somewhere on the sides..., eg side by side like RAM.
    Think the best I've seen on a mainstream motherboard is the Asus ROG SO-DIMM.2 Slot they use on the mini itx, allows plugging two M.2 NVMe drives into it. Doesn't require as much space on the motherboard itself.

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    Re: Team Group teases Cardea M.2 PCIe SSD sequel with AiO cooler

    Team Group's Online Launch Event 2021 took place on Thursday. This AiO cooled SSD went official.


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    Re: Team Group teases Cardea M.2 PCIe SSD sequel with AiO cooler

    Chill the heat, feel the speed, make it big...

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