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Gigabyte promises its beefy PCIe 4.0 SSD will never throttle

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When it comes to PC components heat is generally the enemy, hence why frequency and performance benchmark records typically entail liquid nitrogen (LN2) cooling. We're not there yet for SSDs, though Gigabyte did slap a set of heat pipes and a chunky cooler on its latest offering, the Aorus Gen4 7000s Premium, and says it will never throttle. 


Or maybe the promise is it will resist slowing down much longer than most SSDs. Gigabyte's exact wording is that it delivers up to a "7GB/s read speed while optimizing passive thermal dissipation, which promises no throttling under long-lasting operation


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