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Samsung 980 Pro SSD have two different Temps!!


Aqous

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Dear all.

I bought a Corsair 8 TB MP600 Pro Nvme SSD. I installed it on the second M2 place on motherboard. My motherboard MSI Z690i Unify. I see temps on idle ~ 53 C. And on a file transfer ~78-80 C. I thought that it is very high temp because i use Samsung 2 TB 980 Pro Nvme as Windows 11 disk and in every HDD software like HDSentinel, Crystaldisk, Corsair SSD tool, Samsung Magician the temp shows ~40 C.  

Yesterday i wanted to add Temp infos of ssd's to my Aida 64 panel. I surprised when i see that there are two temp infos for Samsung 980 Pro. And the second info is higher as Corsair's info. 

So which info is which inside Samsung 980 Pro:)

 

I thought the Corsair was running too hot and decided to return it. But when i see the Samsung has 2 temps, and the second temp is so close to Corsair, i am confused.

What  is the right decision?

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1 minute ago, Aqous said:

Dear all.

I bought a Corsair 8 TB MP600 Pro Nvme SSD. I installed it on the second M2 place on motherboard. My motherboard MSI Z690i Unify. I see temps on idle ~ 53 C. And on a file transfer ~78-80 C. I thought that it is very high temp because i use Samsung 2 TB 980 Pro Nvme as Windows 11 disk and in every HDD software like HDSentinel, Crystaldisk, Corsair SSD tool, Samsung Magician the temp shows ~40 C.  

Yesterday i wanted to add Temp infos of ssd's to my Aida 64 panel. I surprised when i see that there are two temp infos for Samsung 980 Pro. And the second info is higher as Corsair's info. 

So which info is which inside Samsung 980 Pro:)

I thought the Corsair was running too hot and decided to return it. But when i see the Samsung has 2 temps, and the second temp is so close to Corsair, i am confused.

What  is the right decision?

So far Samsung hasn't confirmed the assumption that the second temperature is for the onboard flash memory (NAND) or for the flash controller.

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22 hours ago, Fiery said:

So far Samsung hasn't confirmed the assumption that the second temperature is for the onboard flash memory (NAND) or for the flash controller.

Thank you for response.

Then the temp of Corsair isnt hot to return it, right? And what is the first temp on samsung then?

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