"When it comes to M.2 solid state drives there are some out there that will run hot and possibly throttle. That means that the controller gets too hot and the performance degrades to keep temperatures in check. This could mean that a drive that is say rated for 1000 MB/s writes might only perform to half that capacity. This means transfers will talk longer and no one wants to wait around. Well ADATA has a nifty solution in their XPG Storm M.2 cooler, which is a M.2 heatsink with an integrated fan as well as RGB lighting. Let’s slap this thing on our M.2 drive and see if it can stop it from throttling!"