The boffins over at Team Force have launched the Cardea Liquid m.2 PCIe SSD.

That’s right, a liquid cooled m.2 SSD! As far as I can tell from the information on their website, it contains a liquid chamber which draws heat away from the PCB and chips. Using the simple concept that hot liquid rises and cool liquid drops, the cooler should result in about 10 degree celsius cooler operation which isn’t insignificant when you’re copying a file, installing a game or playing games.

The target use case for this drive is gamers and faster load times. With up to 3400MB/s read speeds and 3000MB/s writes, the question will be, how long can it sustain those speeds and is it longer than the air cooled competition…

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