SSDs are already the present but with this new accessory technology they will also become the future: you have never seen a system like this.

SSD technology, or solid state disks, is slowly replacing that of traditional hard disks with physical disks. The performance improvements are evident.

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Introducing a solid state disk on a computer can help, for example, improve the general performance of the machine even if it is not possible to change the CPU. You can find examples in the field online by reading about all those who have managed to resurrect old computers by giving them a new, faster hard disk.

For laptops dedicated to gaming, having an SSD disk is now the norm and indeed in some cases we are already starting to look at the technologies that will come later. Also because, these components, like all disks and like all the internal parts of a PC, produce heat when they work and therefore for now there is a physical limit beyond which it is not possible to push any machine.

The SSDs imagined by MSI improve cooling

But the expression you need to pay attention to is just for now. In fact, a new technology has been presented for some SSDs which, on paper at least, should help to eliminate the problem caused by the temperature that these components reach while working. Keeping an SSD fresh and rested means safeguarding the structural integrity of the machine in which it is inserted and also avoiding unpleasant surprises.

MSI does an encore after the M480, a new technology arrives (photo youtube/TechTeamGB). Sjbeez

SSDs are the present and future of technology but all this power generates heat inside computers that must somehow be managed and above all dissipated. For this reason, what MSI presented, one of the reference manufacturers in the gaming products sector, is interesting.

With its Spatium M580 PCIe 5.0 NVMe M.2 Frozr Liquid SSD MSI has created a sort of hybrid between SSD with liquid cooling system and the classic heat sink system. And since these are solid state disks available in three monstrously capacious sizes with sequential performances that are capable of reaching even 14,000 MB/s, it is clear that there is a need for something more powerful than a simple fan with plastic blades that turn.

However, what could be a disadvantage for the new Spatium technology is precisely that it takes up space. Having to incorporate a pump, the radiator and the liquid ducts, the new MSI SSDs definitely take up a lot of surface area.