Samsung shows some love to PS5 by installing a heat sink on the 980 Pro SSD

When Samsung released the 980 Pro in September last year, it effectively turned on the second wave of PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD. Although other drives have appeared and won performance laurels since their introduction (such as WD_Black SN850), it is still a good drive for anyone who considers performance first. This includes anyone who owns a Sony PlayStation 5 and wants to increase internal drive space.

At least, if you also buy a third-party cooler; the drive itself does not have one. This is usually not a problem on a PC, because the motherboard tends to provide some form of cooling for the NVMe SSD. This is more of a problem for the PS5-the specifications of the SSD drive bay of the Sony console require some form of cooling.