Model : SPCC M.2 PCIe SSD
Firmware : ECFM12.2
Disk Size : 1024.2 GB
Buffer Size : Unknown
# of Sectors :
Rotation Rate : ---- (SSD)
Interface : NVM Express
Major Version : NVM Express 1.3
Minor Version :
Transfer Mode : PCIe 2.0 x2 | PCIe 3.0 x4
Temperature : 23 C (73 F)
Health Status : Good (100 %)
Features : S.M.A.R.T.
APM Level : ----
AAM Level : ----
On idle it's cold, I think it's lying as the controller is still fairly hot to touch, not warm, hot.
Silicon Power... CC no idea what that's supposed to be in model name.
Moved part of Steam library to it, no idea why internet is full of complicated mechanisms and even whole Steam library management apps when all I always need to do is move/copy the game files to a different Steam library. Since I'm retiring the old one no need to even create a new library in Steam, simply rename 1 letter = drive letter in 2 config files of Steam, done, library moved and set as default.
Battle.net is a little more friendly to this and outright supports selection of where each game is installed where as Steam detects contents of it's library folders. Nowadays Steam supports to move games one by one but that old simple move/copy works always, there is no reason for it not to.
The temperature sensor on my drive is definitely reading too low, started at 8C now at 15C idle, compared to everything else in system reporting 22-28C starting/minimum temperature and idling around 28-34C.
So the sensor is wrong by about -15 to -20C.
Heatsink is low enough that a GPU over it would fit. At best you need 0.5mm, 1mm and 2mm thermal pads, the 2mm is for underside of the controller.
Heat dissipation so far working well, have not seen the drive reporting over 40C today and heatsink is warm to touch but not painfully hot, it is most warm over the controller.
I would say these drives do benefit from any form of cooling to keep the controller temperature in check.