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Kingston KC3000 2TB SSD Review

We took note of the drive’s temperature during some of our benchmarking runs. The drive uses a graphene aluminium heat spreader in the label that sits on top of the controller and four of the eight NAND packages to help dissipate heat but it still gets pretty hot as most Gen4 drives do. The drive reached 68° C (with a 20° C ambient temperature) during the Performance Stability test, which is quite toasty but we didn't see any thermal throttling issues.

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