VideosWe Water Cooled an SSD!! 10th February 2020 - by Jarvis - 28 Comments. Linus Tech Tips makes entertaining videos about technology, including tech reviews, showcases and other content. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)
28 Comments on “We Water Cooled an SSD!!”
I think u should try for water cooling your brain also bcoz it looks like you are out of ideas nowadays.
Can't wait to water cool my RGB lights they are too hot 😏
Lol no reason to do this your just killing your ssd by doing so much writing
1:17 Linus Drop Tips!
Anyone got ad from pulsways featuring linus
2:58 two terabytes of ram…..
"the little tiny one"
thats a most cute i ever heard from linus
watercooled an ssd?….
I need Linus to water cool my balls.
Aren't videos like this getting really tiring for the LMG team?
Is their any Water-cooler for Human! sometime i may angry or may very hot?
oooff he dropt ht ssd
2020: water cooling a ssd
2030: dumps liquid helium onto the PC
What the heck is "pulseway"?
2 tb ram wtf
other things aside.. is it just me or when Linus says "little tiny!!" it sounds adorable and cute for some reason xD
But can you watercooler your watercooler?
Your voice reminds me of Gru from the Minions movie.
whats next, watercooled rgb led strip?
Linus is a mad man.
Water cooled mouse 🙂
It's my understanding, paraphrasing from a fellow in the SSD industry, that the NANDs work better hot, so the controller's heat is moved to the NANDs. Any water cooling/air cooling etc cause the heat to get removed altogether and thus the NANDs dont get the heat they desire.
not ssd but nvme. ssds dont like to be cool, they need to be "warm" to get optimal efficiency. nvme disks can and should be cooled… watercooling well
Higher temperatures are good for NAND flash lifespan though https://users.ece.cmu.edu/~saugatag/papers/18hpca_heatwatch.pdf
1:17 something something joke about dropping something and the timestamp is a halo reference
could you make an external water cooled drive?
Next up: Water cooling a network card