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will it effect the rejection of heat?

NO SSDs produce next to no heat, ive had mine double sided taped to the back of a radiator for years.
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Not really sure about the heat dissipation but I have one fixed with velcro in my other system and it's still working after a couple of years.

Samsung SSDs have an operating range of 0-70ºC degrees so I assume other manufacturers are similar.
I had the Samsung EVO ssd, because I use water cooling, so I am afraid there wont have enough airflow pass my SSD, that why I concerned. What the general tem a ssd suppose to have?
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NO SSDs produce next to no heat, ive had mine double sided taped to the back of a radiator for years.
Well, OK. Seems almost of people use double sided tape, so I think I am good to go.
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I had the Samsung EVO ssd, because I use water cooling, so I am afraid there wont have enough airflow pass my SSD, that why I concerned. What the general tem a ssd suppose to have?

In my 900D ive removed the front fans in front of the HDD cages and so they have no airflow what so ever, 3 mech HDD and 2 SSD all running fine. HDD/SSD don't get hot.
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In my 900D ive removed the front fans in front of the HDD cages and so they have no airflow what so ever, 3 mech HDD and 2 SSD all running fine. HDD/SSD don't get hot.
One main reason I concern is because the airflow, another one is because I already remove all the HDD cages, so I could install the phobya xtreme 200 radiator in the front. In addition,I have a big power supply, there are really no room for the HDD cage. So I place my HDD in the drive reader, and the SSD in the left side of internal drive bar(probably). However, the drive bar is made of some kind of metal, it could store more heat than plastic. That's why I am worried.
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