Testing the first PCIe 5.0 SSD entered the CFD Gaming market with high fan noise

Testing the first PCIe 5.0 SSD entered the CFD Gaming market with high fan noise

Recently, one of the enthusiasts of the first computer hardware equipment Install CFD Gaming PCIe 5.0 SSDs on your device And by sharing its results on Twitter, it is clear that the noise of the fan and the cooling system of this drive was more than expected.

While it has been almost a year since the hardware supporting platforms for using this type of SSDs have been made available, the manufacturing companies have not yet started the wide distribution of these products, and CFD Gaming drives are the first fifth generation SSDs that have entered the market.

Meanwhile, several months have passed since the release of Intel’s new platforms with PCIe 5.0 support, and rarely SSD drives with this platform have entered the market. However, the CFD Gaming drive has entered the market with a capacity of 2 TB As you can see in this Twitter video, the fan noise is too much and inappropriate. The new generation of PCIe 5.0 SSDs are often supplied with dedicated cooling because of the high heat generation, and CFD Company has also included a heatsink with a fan to dissipate SSD heat.

CFD Gaming SSD fan

As shown in the video above and on the momomo_us Twitter account, the CFD Gaming SSD fan runs at high speed during tests, and the storage drive fan’s noise level and performance is even higher than that of the Intel Core i7-13700K CPU fan. However, one of the reasons can be seen as high usage and tests with high performance power, but if this fan speed is constantly high or produces such a sound, it can be unpleasant for many users.

CFD Gaming SSD fan

However, benchmark results and information provided by CrystalDiskMark software confirm that the storage memory can easily achieve sequential read and write speeds of 10 GB/s and even beyond. However, it is said that the lower capacity is supposed to have a lower write speed.

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