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Just installed a Kingston V100 64gb ssd in my Hp Dv9700 and after 10 mins. on idle its running @ 48c while my second HDD is only @ 37c so I decided to swap it with another ssd(Kingston V series), after the same time on idle it went up to 51c, is this normal? Talked to a Kingston tech and he told me max temp on these drives is 70c and I should not worry about it. I was under the impression that ssd's run cooler than spindle drives, also I have two of these drives in my desktop and htpc and have no issues with heat(idle is in the mid 30's), so is this a laptop issue or an ssd issue? I'm stuck with the V100 since I already sent in the rebate before my issues started, btw they are hot to the touch.
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you have to remember it is a laptop they usually only have one fan and the airflow sucks so stuff heats up and heats up quick which is normal i would recommend buying a external fan pad to set your laptop on just to keep it cool and may be consider taking it apart and cleaning out all the dust that has accumulated in the fan and heat sink.
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SSDs have no moving parts and therefore use very little energy. It really should not be producing very much heat at all. I would imagine that whatever temperature you are seeing is most likely the result of a nearby component. In other words, I wouldn't worry about it.
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SSDs have no moving parts and therefore use very little energy. It really should not be producing very much heat at all. I would imagine that whatever temperature you are seeing is most likely the result of a nearby component. In other words, I wouldn't worry about it.

Its fine. I have one behind my motherboard tray that usually is around 39-47c. Which is prolly because of all of the heated components around it.
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Just for the sake of my own curiosity (and your peace of mind of course) try plugging in the laptop and removing the battery. Then check the temperature and report back.
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i wouldnt worry about it
in my experience ssds dont show temp correct
my brothers mushkin was 1c and my agility 3 is 128c
i'm thinking neither of those temps are correct
    
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THERE IS A FEW THINGS THAT WHERE SAID AND TRUE. THERE IS also a thing that was missed out. the kingston ssd also has a higher power draw (i think it was 10 watt ) where as some of the other ssd's use less (5 watt) so that is also a factor here.
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