ADATA SSD Cooling Solutions Revealed at Computex 2023

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ADATA has just unveiled its latest cooling solutions for its SSDs to help boost their performance during Computex 2023. This will make sure that the SSD can maintain its stability, lengthens product lifespan, and promotes stable speeds.

ADATA SSD Cooling Solutions 

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Project NeonStorm SSD 

Project NeonStorm delivers transfer speeds of up to 14,000/12,000MB per second, necessitating a dual-system design featuring both liquid and air cooling. When the heat rises off the SSD, it first passes through a metal heat spreader to increase the contact area. After being conducted into the liquid reservoir, heat energy is absorbed by a high thermal capacity coolant and then moves into the aluminum alloy heatsink. 

Compared with fan-type heat dissipation fins without liquid cooling, ADATA’s inventive “patented dual-cooling heat dissipation” system can lower SSD temperatures by an additional 20%.


The LEGEND 970 delivers read/write performance of up to 10,000/10,000MB per second. It is designed with dual-layer extruded aluminum fins to create a dense air duct to divert hot and cold air.

This unique “patented active heat dissipation” design significantly reduces controller temperatures by 10% compared with fanless heatsinks, ensuring SSD stability and long-term high-performance operation.

SE920 External SSD

The SE920 utilizes the latest generation USB4 transmission interface with a read/write of 3,800/3,200MB per second and its heat dissipation system is equipped with a built-in micro fan. Simply pushing on the casing extends the chassis to quickly discharge heat. 

This ingenious “patented active cooling” design significantly reduces temperatures by 10% compared with fanless products of the same specifications and has won the Red Dot Design Award, Japan GOOD Design Award, and Taiwan Excellence Award in the last 2 years.

For more information, you can check out the product video here.

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