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July 2017

EK is releasing an M.2 NVMe Heatsink for Next Generation Form Factor SSDs

ek water blocks, the slovenia-based premium computer liquid cooling gear manufacturer, is releasing a passive heatsink for m.2 nvme next generation form factor ssds.


although it’s not a water cooling part, it is a much needed aesthetical and functional heatsink for many pc owners. it is not a secret that m.2 nvme ssds can overheat very easily and be subdued to thermal throttling, thus losing performance.


the heatsink brings 8-11°c improvement in ssds temperatures, or even more with sufficient air flow.


the unique design of the heatsink ensures that it is easy to install, it is low profile, easily reusable and aesthetically not intrusive. simple clips ensure that the heatsink is very easy to install and to re-use if the ssds is upgraded.


ribbed heatsink acts as a very effective passive cooler as well as aesthetic cover. its simple design ensures a sleek, non-intrusive look that can be easily combined with any aesthetical requirement of the user. the compact design makes it highly compatible so that it does not interfere with other components.  


ek water blocks are offering the new ek-m.2 nvme heatsink in black and nickel variants.


the ek-m.2 nvme heatsink is compatible with all single sided type 2280 m.2 nvme ssds (22mm wide, 80mm long).  because the heatsink consists of a front and backplate as well, the compatibility is limited to m.2 (ngff) connectors of 4.2mm height (as seen from examples).


the ek-m.2 nvme heatsinks are made in slovenia, europe and is readily available for purchase through ek webshop and partner reseller network. in the table below you can see manufacturer suggested retail price (msrp) with vat included.

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