The name of the innovation is G-PS5HS01-Cov. The system consists of two radiators connected by a flat copper heat pipe with a diameter of 7 mm. The larger heatsink plugs directly into the SSD, while the smaller one sits next to the device’s vents.

The cooling design is designed to receive smaller cooler airflow and dissipate heat, making it 50% more efficient than standard compact M.2 coolers.

The manufacturer claims that its improvement can reduce the operating temperature of the SSD memory controller by 15-20°C.

Note that at this time there is no exact information on when and at what price G-PS5HS01-Cov sales will start. At the same time, it should be understood that GRAUGEAR has been developing solutions for cooling computer equipment since 2019.

Source: Ferra

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