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Hello

With the last beta, the temperature of M2 has changed (960 EVO, eg)
It is now the temperature of the memory controller that is indicated

Drive Temperature 1: Memory temperature
Drive Temperature 2 : Memory Controller temperature


It's better to have this temperature rather than the "memory" ?

Thanks


 

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2 hours ago, tistou77 said:

Hello

With the last beta, the temperature of M2 has changed (960 EVO, eg)
It is now the temperature of the memory controller that is indicated

Drive Temperature 1: Memory temperature
Drive Temperature 2 : Memory Controller temperature


It's better to have this temperature rather than the "memory" ?

Thanks

From where did you gather the info on the meaning of Drive Temperature 1 and 2?

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31 minutes ago, tistou77 said:

On different forum (and HW Info forum) ;)

Thank you. IMHO no matter what component of the SSD the thermal reading is coming from, if it's higher than the rest, that's the one that is the critical temperature reading and so it should be considered the drive temperature.

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39 minutes ago, Fiery said:

Thank you. IMHO no matter what component of the SSD the thermal reading is coming from, if it's higher than the rest, that's the one that is the critical temperature reading and so it should be considered the drive temperature.

It seems that is the temperature of the controller that triggers the trottle, indeed

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3 hours ago, tistou77 said:

In the changelog, I saw this

removed: NVMe SSD temperature is now the highest temperature sensor reading

Now, it's as before ?

Yes, we've rolled back that change, after getting a few feedbacks and also doing some research.  It's best to keep the primary thermal reading as the relevant temperature reading for the SSD, and have the rest as alternative readings that may or may not reflect the thermal state of the memory chips or other components of the SSD.

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12 hours ago, Fiery said:

Yes, we've rolled back that change, after getting a few feedbacks and also doing some research.  It's best to keep the primary thermal reading as the relevant temperature reading for the SSD, and have the rest as alternative readings that may or may not reflect the thermal state of the memory chips or other components of the SSD.

Ok thanks for the feedback

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