SSD to withstand heat generated in CF-19 Mk 6? (57 degrees Celsius)

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  1. SJLPHI

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    I assumed that you where in US, because lots of people here are from the US..

    Fujipoly is a bit hard to source in EU, when I bought it, it was from an eBay store, you can get the Thermal Grizzly Minus Pad 8, with a 8mW/K thermal conductivity that should also perform good:
    https://www.caseking.de/en/thermal-grizzly-minus-pad-8-120-20-2-0-mm-zuwa-144.html

    And caseking will ship to Switzerland.

    What is the current thermal thickness pad that is on the CPU?

    That thermal pad seems a bit two thin, its used to be used instead of thermal paste, so you might not be able to use that pad.
     
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    I am quite convinced that the freezing is the SSD issue. I've been compiling some heavy programs for the past hour.

    The CF-19 has its SD card port and HDD ports open with a big man-size room fan. The SSD is at 37 degrees Celsius now, and the CPU at above 90 degrees Celsius constantly, but no freeze happening.

    Going back to the topic. This is an issue with this specific SSD it seems like.
     
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    safn1949 I'm sure I'm on the wrong planet

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    I agree. I have never had this problem. My CF-19 has over 10k hours on it and has seen better days.
     
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    Uhoh... Does that mean the 1mm thick pad I've ordered are too thin?
     
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    Yes I have installed new pads on the heat pipes.
     
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    Was it worth it at the end? I mean my CF-19 was ever serviced before.
     
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