According to Crucial
, the safe temperature range for NVMe SSDs is up to 70°C. Research suggests that the lower temperatures are for the controller and the higher temperatures are for the memory chips, which are meant to run warm.
Generally, for reliability, SSDs should range between 30ºC and 50ºC (86ºF to 122ºF) when under load.
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I contacted Crucial and they said safe temp range is up to 70 celsius, which i think is for Drive Temp or Drive Temp 2. From research the lower temps are maybe the Controller and the higher temp is the Memory Chips, which are supposedly meant to run warm.
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checked the temps on my Adata 480 gb ssd and it was sitting idle at 40. Is this safe? ... NVMe drives get a lot hotter than that. Also keep in mind that the ...
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