Originally Posted by Zero4549
At that point, why not just use u.2 instead of m.2? Seems like a solution to a problem that doesn't actually exist.
For me, one of the main selling points of M.2 (be it PCIe or SATA) is the lack of cables and minimal space requirements. I like my SFF systems, so both of those things are a definite plus. As for this, 78°C or 62°C doesn't seem to make a lick of difference for actual operation (I haven't watched the video), as even at 78°C it shouldn't throttle and it is well within spec for silicon operating temperatures. Using that stand or similar riser solutions in SFF mainboards with limited board space to enable more M.2 slots is a good idea. But using it as a superior thermal solution seems unnecessary.
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