SSD7140 Cooling Solution Test With 8x Samsung 970 Pro NVMe SSD’s
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The SSD7140’s NVMe cooling system is able to keep the operating temperatures of hosted NVMe SSD’s within the thresholds specified by the manufacturer, even under continuous, heavy load.
The SSD7140 was tested with 8x Samsung 970 EVO installed into an ASUS PRIME TRX40 motherboard.
Data integrity and 2M sequential read tests were conducted for several overnight sessions. The WebGUI was used to monitor temperature and RAID stability during the test sessions. If any one of the NVMe SSD’s exceeded the temperature threshold, or any RAID related errors were encountered, the WebGUI will log this information under the Event Tab (Event Log).
The temperature of the NVMe SSD’s ranged from 34 to 54 degrees Celsius, which was well within Samsung’s operating specification (70 degrees Celsius).
The full test report is available for download: SSD7140 with Samsung 970 Pro Temperature Test Report_v1.00_21_1_14.pdf