Deep Dive Teardown of the Crucial T705 CT2000T705SSD5 SSD

Deep Dive Teardown of the Crucial T705 CT2000T705SSD5 SSD

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PHISON Electronics Corp. provided PS5026-E26 PCIe Gen5.0x4 NVMe 2.0 SSD Controller, manufactured using 12 nm process technology, ensuring efficient data handling, and PS6126-45 Power Management, which optimizes power consumption for enhanced efficiency. Texas Instruments TMP108 Digital Temperature Sensor is included in SSDs to track operating temperatures and guarantees consistent performance in various scenarios.

The Crucial T705 2TB SSD with heatsink was released on March 12, 2024. It benefits from high-end construction, advanced thermal management, and a high-speed interface. The SSD, assembled in Mexico, is equipped with an aluminum and copper heatsink with a modern design that ensures efficient heat dissipation for performance and longevity. It also features five thermal pads on both sides of the main board, improving thermal conductivity, and optimal operating temperatures. Its NVMe 2.0 (2280) form factor standard and PCIe-Express Gen 5.0 x4 interface guarantees compatibility with various motherboards and systems. With read/write speeds of up to 14,500/12,700 MB/s2, it provides excellent fast data access and transmission performance.

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