CRYORIG teases the M.2 Frostbit cooler with dual heatpipes

Posted on Tuesday, May 22 2018 @ 12:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Over at Computex, CRYORIG will show off its new M.2 Frostbit cooler. The firm claims this is the first M.2 NVMe SSD cooler with dual heatpipes. The heatsink is designed to handle a TDP of up to 12W, it measures 72mm x 26.3mm x 57mm (L x W x H) and weighs 56g. Availability and pricing is unknown.
The Frostbit is the first aftermarket M.2 cooler using the heatpipe technology. It’s Dual Stacked Heatpipes work cooperatively to form a massive heat dissipation surface. The First 1 mm Ultra-Thin Heatpipe spreads heat from components into the Primary Heat Spreader. The Secondary Heatpipe is then attached to draw heat further into a large volume Heatsink. The Frostbit’s Heatsink can also be adjusted to fit different PC setups. The Secondary Heatpipe’s angle can be manually tilted to either side to avoid interference with the GPU or a large CPU coolers.
Cryorig M2 Frostbit

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