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Explain how this doesn't need a case around it? Everything is exposed
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>>52870022
Explain why it does.
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So it breaks faster, duh.
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>>52870065
..Dust and shit just chilling on top of my naked SSD isnt exactly something I like the idea of
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>>52870091
Too bad
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>>52870091
Clean your room.
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>>52870120
THATS NO REASON SAMSUNG
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>>52870133
I dont live inside my pc tyvm
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>>52870022
Oh no! Not dust on my NAND gates! I'll never be able to live with dust on my sealed ICs!
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>>52870022
No moving parts so no need to worry about dust.

A good question would be, why they dont have heatsinks? those fuckers get hot as fuck really fast.
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>>52870493
are heatsinks really necessary when they are "open" like that ? I mean shit there would constantly be air moving around them
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>>52870535
RAM has heatsinks and they really dont need them so why not?

And yes it would help with the temperatures.
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>>52870562
>RAM has heatsinks

Eh, some does.
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Heatsink kinda makes the thin aspect pointless
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>>52870598
M2 SSD isn't about the thin aspect, but the superior speeds over SATA3.
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>>52870397
Kek
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>>52870598
>put inside desktop PC
>caring how thin it is
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Explain how this doesn't need a case around it? Everything is exposed
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>>52870616
M2 is the name of the form factor, retard
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>>52870637
FINE
FUCK YOU /g/
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>>52870091
how do you deal with dust getting all over your naked motherboard, ram, video card, and the rest of your shit?
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>>52870535
Yes: heatsinks help conduct the heat into that airflow.

And yes, it could really use them, some of the m.2 SSDs can get a bit toasty at one end, so at the very least a good heatspreader would have been a good idea.
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>>52870776
Why would an SSD need a case INSIDE A FUCKING COMPUTER
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>>52870826
>heatsinks help conduct the heat into that airflow.
Incorrect. Heat sinks sink the heat.
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>>52870637

750 a qt.

Kinda miss old cards, now everything looks like some kind of alien spaceship
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>>52870848
IT WAS A VALID QUESTION LAL ALAL AL ALALALA CANT HEAR YOU FAGGOT
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>>52870826
Not just toasty, they even thermal throttle. I did not expect SSDs to get that dang hot.
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>>52870857
this is true. I'm a plumber.
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>>52870022
who /Haskell/ here? What projects are you doing?
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>>52871043
overclocking my keyboard
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>>52870065
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>>52870980
I really hope you don't wear ties.
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>>52870974
>I did not expect SSDs to get that dang hot.
>im a retard that doesnt understand that electricity traveling through a medium with any amount of resistance creates energy loss through heat.
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>>52871150

its what i always say, m.2 ultra disks are only useful in high i/o and data transfer situations,

most real life performance over sata6 850 pro for example is non existant. even boot times is the exact same.
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>>52871201
Only bow ties
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How Are Cases Real If Dust Isn't Real?
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>>52871763
Dust does not harm your components
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>>52871981
It traps heat, and doing that harms your components.
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>>52870091
What the hell do you do about the rest of your components with bare PCBs?
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>>52871150
> 20-45 MB/s random writes

I know this BTFOs a HDD, but is this supposed to be remotely impressive for SSD?
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>>52873799
For a M2 SSD somewhat impresive.
for a SATA3 SSD yes since its usually around 10-15MB/s

Samsung 950 pro is the affordable endtier M2 SSD.
really good, but gets hot as fuck.
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>>52872474
Most of the important stuff that puts off heat faces down, anyway.
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what's this from?
>>52871150

pages I found looked showed 4k random writes bottoming out around 200MB/s for QD1.

> http://www.anandtech.com/show/9702/samsung-950-pro-ssd-review-256gb-512gb/7
> http://www.anandtech.com/show/9856/angelbird-wings-px1-m2-adapter-review-do-ssds-need-heatsinks/5
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>>52873799
>is this supposed to be remotely impressive for SSD?
not really.

>>52874075
>pages I found looked showed 4k random writes bottoming out around 200MB/s for QD1.
if you look at the last page of the 2nd review, you can see they got those results by pushing for absolute worst case usage scenario:

> http://www.anandtech.com/show/9856/angelbird-wings-px1-m2-adapter-review-do-ssds-need-heatsinks/8

> The hour-long random write test we use to analyze performance consistency is where we expect the most severe thermal throttling. After filling the drive, it is subjected to an hour of 4kB random writes at queue depth 32. As the drive's spare area is exhausted, performance drops and then settles down to a steady-state where the controller has to do constant garbage collection to keep up with the constant writes. We score drives on their performance and consistency averaged over the last 400 seconds of the test.

it's basically forcing the microcontroller to work full time to garbage collect and wear level the data, which is inherently slower even without thermal throttling.

you probably want to keep >20% of your SSD empty to maintain normal write throughput.
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>>52874075
IOPS!=MB/s
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>>52874188
IO/s * B/IO = B/s

the estimates here
>>52874075
and here
>>52873799
from
>>52871150

are accurate for the given benchmark.
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>>52870791
>2016
>having a naked motherboard

do you even care about stuff?
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>>52874281
Actually the idea of a bulletproof motherboard sounds interesting for me, do they sell bulletproof cases too?
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>>52870974
NVMe drives get hot as shit.
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>>52874303
Protip: it's not bulletproof.
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>>52874344
most of them peak around 20-25W, which doesn't quite call for water cooling.

I can't imagine a reasonable use case for 3 of those things writing continuously in a workstation tower.
they're really meant for 1U/2U servers with high continuous front-to-back airflow
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>>52870935
thats a 750ti senpai

does it remind you of old cards, or are you calling it an old card lol? either way, the reference 9800GT was amazing, wish they still made sleek looking low profile cards like this
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>>52870022
explain why a mobo doesn't need a case around it
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>>52870091
WRONG!
it's because is not a gamer ssd!
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>>52870022
Explain how this doesn't need a case around it? Everything is exp..wait
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>>52870022
Dust is bad for several reasons:
It can insulate the devices causing them to overheat.
It can attract moisture causing leakage problems.
It can be directly conductive also causing leakage problems.
It can cause poor contact in relays, switches and connectors.
It can cause arcing and carbon tracking in higher voltage apps.
It makes it more difficult to service the equipment.

none of this really applies to a tiny modern ssd
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>>52877189
got enough x16 slots? god damn
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the only reason the original SSDs had cases was so the plebs brains didnt melt
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>>52876857
They were so amazing and sleek that they all overheated and died after a couple of years.
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