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MP600 on Asus x570-E


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Hi, I would like to get some clarification on this...

 

I'm planning to get a 1TB MP600 for my Asus x570-E I'm aware that I will have to run it without the included Corsair heatsink, should I be worried about higher temps with replacing the Corsair radiator for built in Asus one?

 

Update: from what I read on this forum, seems like the MP600 is not a "safe" option to get as drives are diapering, not visible in BIOS etc.

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I saw a review of NVMe drives on the weekend, one of which was the MP-600, and it made the point that as long as you do use a heatsink, even the mobo one in place of the drive specific one, that the temp drop was still noticeable and usable. Using it without any heatsink I think would be problematic, but I *think* that as long as the ASUS one sits properly you should be fine. I have the same issue in my in progress build too - haven't settled on my choice of NVMe drive yet.
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