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Upgrading HP Desktop - M01-F0024

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Does the 256 GB PCIe® NVMe™ SSD in the HP Desktop - M01-F0024 have a heatsink?

 

Should it have one?

 

If I choose to upgrade to a larger SSD (specifically, the Sabrent Rocket Q 1TB NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD) will THAT need a heatsink?

 

Is there enough space to have the SSD with a heatink?

 

And if I choose to upgrade the SSD with a larger one, will I need to upgrade the power supply? I understand that standard ATX PSU's will not fit and I would need to purchase from a very limited selection that will fit from HP.

 

Thank you for your help.

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why do you want a heat sink ..?
The SSD you mention, like many SSDs, are designed as they are heatsinkless, there is no need for them
for the power supply I have not seen a power recommendation so far, as we can find for graphics cards
Just check that the SSD found matches the original one

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c06442767

Motherboard Specifications

One M.2 socket 3, key M for SSD (PCIe x4)

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I am asking about heatsinks because my preliminary research into NVMe SSD's seem to suggest that without adequate cooling they can be subject to throttling and degrade more quickly. It sounds like a factor only under heavy, extended workload, but I do not have enough information with them to come to any conclusions. This are several articles that indicate they might be useful, but they all seem to be  inconclusive, for example:

 

https://www.maketecheasier.com/does-nvme-ssd-need-heatsink/

 

I just want to ensure that I'm following best practices.

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Look for a recognized brand SSD and check the warranty period
For example you have Crucial with a warranty on some products of at least 5 years!
It seems more important to me
Otherwise, you need to find a model equipped, the one you mentioned is not !!
Then you need your pc to be well ventilated, if you have a poorly ventilated computer, I'm not sure a heatsink is that useful.
Adapted a heatsink on a ssd not equipped of origin, if it is possible, still it is necessary to find the good one, and indeed, it risks not to fit any more.
I think you are worrying for nothing, if we read all the studies it is more a computer than it is necessary

 

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