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nvme ssd temperatures too high on hp 15-db0025nl

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HP Notebook 15-db0025nl
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good day, i have a problem and i hope i will be able to solve it. A few months ago I asked here on the hp community, a good nvme ssd for my notebook, they recommended the samsung 970 evo plus, and I find excellent performance, but as soon as I use it a little even going to do only windows updates or a antivirus scan, and going with hwinfo64 I notice that the memories go up to about 60 degrees celsius, but the controller also goes towards 86 degrees celsius and maybe even around 90 degrees celsius. Obviously for safety, I put Windhoek 10 back on the hard disk, leaving the SSD paused just to avoid damage to my notebook. Could you tell me what I can do?

 

PS I apologize for the english but i am using google translate

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Sorry, but the Samsung 900 series do run hot -- especially on new PCs.  If you buy kits to install these, those often come with heatsinks to apply to the SSDs because they do get so hot.

 

About all you can do is look online for m.2 SSD heatsinks to be attached to the SSD.  That will help the heat situation somewhat, but it won't solve it because these new high-end m.2 SSDs run hot.

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  • ok thanks but how many millimeters must the heatsink be to be able to enter (considering that the notebook has the 2018 design therefore very thin)? And how many degrees would the temperatures drop?

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Sorry, have no information on either.

 

IF you go online to the MicroCenter site and look at the m.2 ssd items, you will see some heatsinks that have adhesive and can be stuck to the SSS.  I think the pack I saw had different thicknesses, such that they could be layered if needed.

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