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M.2 NVMe SSD idles at 46-50 degrees celsius.

CalculusCalculus Posts: 5Member New User
So I'm a bit worried with my NVME SSD, when gaming it reaches to 65 degrees celsius. I am wondering if this would give issues or will fry my motherboard and if the temps are safe. 
I also ordered heatsink with thermal pads, unfortunately the heatsink fits on my predator but it touches the bottom cover. The bottom cover is slightly curved out after doing so. So I ended up removing the heatsink and left with thermal pads only, because it might damage the plastic back cover of my helios 300. 
I'll be glad if someone could help me with my worries! Thank you and have a nice day! ;) 
Specs:
GTX 1060
i5-8300H
1x8GB 2666 RAM
2TB FireCuda SSHD
256GB NVMe (aData sx6000) 
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