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Old 02-22-2018, 02:34 PM
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Default Re: New 8th Gen i7 with NVMe m.2 SSD

Look like I was dead wrong about the temp NVMe can go as high as 90 Celsius
So DiskInfo 64 is wrong reporting 55 as RED (Overheat) on a NVMe Drives

Can we have confirmation from other user please

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Old 02-22-2018, 02:36 PM
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I will have to check that when I get to my setup.

Mind posting some screen shots ?
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Old 02-22-2018, 04:03 PM
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At 55 The temp button in DiskInfo 64 Turn Red at 53 it`s yellow and if you llok at WD SSD Dashboard it show 53 as Green
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Old 02-22-2018, 07:12 PM
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Default Re: New 8th Gen i7 with NVMe m.2 SSD

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Look like I was dead wrong about the temp NVMe can go as high as 90 Celsius
So DiskInfo 64 is wrong reporting 55 as RED (Overheat) on a NVMe Drives

Can we have confirmation from other user please

Thanks
There is no hard and fast meaning here what some color means. "Can work at temp X" has almost no meaning, its not that black and white. The behavior of the NAND chips at high temp varies between different process technologies/vendors and what any vendor (or OEM) does with drive throttling is also highly dependent on what they are trying to achieve (performance vs. wear life etc.). These behaviors and throttling code is something vendors keep pretty close to their chest (but have enough money and NVMe drive manufacturers will give sophisticated OEMs access to hooks or let them put there own code in the drives... as have some companies I've worked with). I doubt companies making these simple performance visualization tools have any deep clue what to color code anything here as.

You should look at the NVMe drive manufacture specs for what operating temps they recommend and try to limit them to that. Both to not throttle performance, and to maximize wear life.
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Old 02-22-2018, 09:01 PM
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So Basicly you are telling me that Green is safe or not and red is not safe or not ?

Please don't tell me that sky's is blue and roses are red ... LOL Wink Wink Joke

I get where you going but there's should be some basic asomption that the maker of the producs have some understanding and knowlegge of it, anf if they say that 55 degree Is still safely in the green zone, We should be ok, if not, they gonna have a **** load of RMA

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Old 02-22-2018, 09:25 PM
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So Basicly you are telling me that Green is safe or not and red is not safe or not ?

Please don't tell me that sky's is blue and roses are red ... LOL Wink Wink Joke

I get where you going but there's should be some basic asomption that the maker of the producs have some understanding and knowlegge of it, anf if they say that 55 degree Is still safely in the green zone, We should be ok, if not, they gonna have a **** load of RMA

Thanks for your input
I'm telling you the colors may not mean what you think they do. Why are you fixated on some color. And certainly you should not approach SSDs as there is a hard temperature limit, the reality of what happens with temp vs. throttling etc. is much more subtle.

I've lost track of what drives you are using and what tools you are looking at them with. If the tools are from the same vendor then what do they say they actually mean?
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Old 02-22-2018, 11:47 PM
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I'm not fixated on the Color actualy I was making a joke if you read your post your talking about colors, black and white and I was talking about Red and green so I tought it was funny that's why I said ... LOL Wink Wink Joke that was a hint that I was making a joke !

Then I said : I get where you are going that was to acknolage that I understood what you said !

I was just telling people that I was wrong to freak out using some 3th party apps that didn't have all the informations on the ssd I was testing and that using the app from the maker got me back on course

Anyway thanks for your inputs I did'nt know that there was no convention on the temp at witch some compagnie would trottle the SSD speed for a longer lifespan I guess time will tell if my WD Stand the test of time
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