JOYJOM Steam Deck 2230 NVME SSD

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Current Price $9.99 June 11, 2024
Highest Price $9.99 January 23, 2024
Lowest Price $9.99 January 23, 2024
Since January 23, 2024

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$9.99 January 23, 2024

JOYJOM Steam Deck 2230 NVME SSD Description

Boost Performance with Thermally Conductive M.2 SSD Heatsink

Keep your NVME M.2 SSD cool and functioning at peak performance with this thermally conducted Copper M.2 2230 heat sink. This discreet heatsink takes up minimal hardware space, yet keeps your hard drive performing without over-heating. This thermal pad is designed to fit in any device, so you can optimize the performance of your M.2 SSD and prevent any overheating.

Advanced Copper Cooling for Optimal SSD Performance

Keeping your M.2 SSD at an optimal operating temperature with the Steam Deck M.2 Heat Sink is now easier than ever. Cool your drive with this dense copper thermal pad that instantly absorbs and dissipates heat at an optimized rate to maximize your media playback or intensive operation performance. It’s an essential accessory for ensuring your SSD lasts longer and performs even better.

A Stylish Solution to a Practical Necessity

The Steam Deck M.2 Heat Sink isn’t just an effective cooling tool, it’s also stylishly designed. Its sleek black and silver design boasts a slim profile, perfect for adding a touch of modern elegance to any setup while also keeping your drive cool. Enjoy maximum performance with minimum fuss with the Steam Deck Heat Sink.

Compatible with Multiple M.2 Form Factors

Whether you’re using a M.2 2230, 22110, 2280, or 2242 form factor SSD, the Steam Deck Heat Sink fits them all. Thanks to its flexibility and adaptability, this thermal pad is perfect for anyone looking to upgrade their drive heating without the risk of voiding the warranty.

-Voltage: 3.3V
-Fits in any M.2 slot
-High thermal conductivity
-Slim design perfect for small workspaces
-Compatible with multiple M.2 form factors
-Saves energy and improves computing stability
-Optimizes M.2 SSD performance
-Instant heat absorption and dissipation

JOYJOM Steam Deck 2230 NVME SSD Specification

Package Dimensions

5 x 4 x 0.05 inches, 2.4 Ounces

Date First Available

April 3, 2023



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  1. Pipipopo

    Back cover wont seat properly with this installed. Also, requires removal of factory ESD foil and can potentially cause wifi interference. Also these are low wattage SSDs and so you’re trying to solve a problem that doesn’t exist.

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  2. Justin

    Easy to install and there’s plenty of clearance. Baffles me that people want to use the foil heatstink and double wrap it. There’s no need for that the phase change material will melt further and the thermal pad holds the heatsink to the nvme. Buy and use with confidence I plan on using one for my Asus Ally nvme as well.

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  3. Gaston

    Fit perfectly in the steam deck. Thermal pads felt like they were really good quality.
    OEM foil sleeve needs to be opened to fit, but it does fit easily. I ended up cutting the sleeve along the existing perforations and only using it under the drive. Copper should shield from anything that may affect Wi-Fi. Tested Wi-Fi before and after in different areas of my home and there was zero difference. Included pics of both setups (with full sleeve, and half sleeve).

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  4. Zack A.

    Works well for replacement/upgraded SSD’s that do not come with any thermal protection. I did not notice any WiFi degradation or fitment problems as experienced by the other reviewer.

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  5. K. Morris

    SSD are known to run hot. Copper is a much better heat sink than an aluminum wrap. Although without added ventilation it might not really matter. However I plan to upgrade cooling for when running on a dock, so this probably will be beneficial for me in the long run.

    (Copper would work better as an rf shield if that was needed, but ssd do not emit a lot of rf so that probably isn’t important.)

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