Compatible M.2 NVME SSD heatsinks for use in a NAS

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ineoNVME 2280double sidedQnap 86 series[Link ]
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Compatible M.2 NVME SSD heatsinks for use in a NAS


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If there are other chips and components underneath the M.2, we would recommend single sided heatsink that strap on or glue on.


 


GLOTRENDS M.2 Heatsink PS5 and PC installation for M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, including M.2 Thermal Pad and M.2 Screw

About this item

  • M.2 heatsink NVMe Heatsink fits for PS5/PC installation. 0.12inch/3mm high m.2 heatsink well fit for PS5 installation as well as PC M.2 Slot.
  • Universal compatible with all kinds of M.2 2280 SSD, including M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD, PCIe 3.0 SSD, and PS5 M.2 SSD, such as WD Black SN850, Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus, Sabrent Rocket 4, Samsung 980 Pro, Samsung 970 Pro, Silicon Power US70, and etc.
  • Unique dual installation solution: Metal clips + rubber bands for M.2 SSD installation. No need to worry about rubber bands material aging or SSD long time high-temperature operation.
  • 5Β°C- 20Β°C cooling effect (Varies depending on the environment) to keep your M.2 SSD under good performance even full-load operation. M.2 heatsink can extend the life of M.2 PCIe SSD.
  • A thermal pad is included. To conduct heat from M.2 SSD to M.2 heatsink, the thermal pad is put between M.2 SSD and M.2 Heatsink. It is a low viscosity, thermal conductivity, and insulation.What You Get:Glotrends M.2 heatsink SSD cooler, 18-month warranty and lifetime friendly customer service.
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Glue on option hereΒ 


 


 


ineo M.2 heatsink 2280 SSD with Thermal Silicone pad for M.2 PCIE NVMe SSD [M16]


 


 


 


 


 


Installing M.2 Solid-State Drives The TS-hX86 series has two M.2 SSD slots on the Right Panel. For a list of compatible M.2 SSDs, go to http://www.qnap.com/compatibility.


 


1. Power off the device.


2. Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet.


3. Disconnect all cables and external attachments.


4. Remove the case cover.


a. Loosen the screws. b. Slide the cover back. c. Lift the cover off the device.


 


5. Remove the fan module [if any].


a. Disconnect the fan cable from the system board. b. Remove the screw that secures the module to the chassis. c. Press the clip and then pull the module away from the system board.


 


6. Install a heatsink on the M.2 SSD. a. Locate the controller on the M.2 SSD.


 


7. Install the M.2 SSD.


a. Pull out the pushpin.


b. Insert the M.2 SSD into the slot.


c. Insert the pushpin to secure the drive.


 


8. Attach the fan module.


a. Align the protruding part of the module with the hole on the chassis below the M.2 SSD slot.


b. Push the module toward the system board until the clip locks the module into place.


c. Attach the screws.


 


 


 


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