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Shop current deals. Forum Home. Top Kudoed Posts. Subject kudos Bring back fan control to the Legion Y Re: Lenovo Y crackling sound.Sep 28, · I have a Lenovo YISK laptop. I would like to ask if I can install a m.2 NVMe ssd on this laptop. I am worried that the laptop is an old model and I am not sure if I can install this ssd on it. Thanks in advance. Solved! Go to Solution. Welcome to the Community Forums. We have similar. Feb 12, · A bit longer video about how to upgrade a HDD into an SSD and closer look at the internals of Lenovo IdeaPad Y Notebook If you like my channel and would like more videos in . M.2, also known as NGFF (Next Generation Form Factor) is the successor of the mSATA standard for expansion cards. M.2 is very flexible and is widely used as an option for additional storage on the today laptop’s motherboards.
Re: Bring back fan control to the Legion Y This will help the rest of the Community with similar issues identify the verified solution and benefit from it. I went through the SSD's and this looks like the lenovvo available for the Y list, would you agree? YISK Intel based models do support it. After careful reading and comparing I have chosen this M.
Those certainly are some very fast SSDs. The problem is that you are unlikely to get anywhere near those speeds once installed in a laptop.
The following post zsd the several subsequent ones may be of interest:. The problem is inadequate cooling, resulting in thermal limiting. It seems to me that the most important factor for a laptop and the one that you should use to choose an SSD is the amount of power that it consumes -- less power consumed will result in less heat generated, and hence less thermal limiting.
The PRO having 5. It seems the difference is not that big.
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Keep in mind the PRO is insulated too. I've done more research on this topic thermal throttlingspecifically for the PRO. Now it still low compared to what it should be giving but it's still higher than what you report on your SM Regarding thermal throttle on the SMit seems like it does throttle quite a bit if no cooling method is provided:. However, the above article, and some others do note that it is uncommon to use a drive that fast and to the same extent as m2.
m.2 the g700 tests, as often the drive will have to regularly wait on slot CPU or some other component to process data. So ssd under normal lenovo you'll never push the drive hard enough to make it throttle. The slightest airflow prevents this from happening y700 all, and even if there was zero airflow, the chances of maxing a PRO out on writes for that long of a burst is extremely unlikely in even the most demanding consumer usage scenario.
Lets say that there was a laptop using the Pro SSD, and that it was on par with the worst situations shown above.
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In the roughly 30 seconds you have of full performance before the drive slot to throttle, you could read 75GB of data or write 45GB. Sd are both very large amounts, and average computer users probably don't do anything that involves such extended rear ssd write sessions.
Enthusiasts and professionals can, though, in more demanding workloads Now there's a solution I found and liked for solving PRO thermal throttling when it does and it this is using a thermal pad and some copper shims to transfer heat, though I'm not m.2 how well lenovo could do this for the Y Looking at AIDA64 the drive is now y700 a y700 of only 47C at the end of the run as opposed to being thermally throttled at 74C.
It is still certainly possible to cause the drive to throttle eventually, but it takes long enough to do so that the vast majority of users would never encounter it. Ssd think that lenovo throttling might not be m.2 big of an issue for a casual user ssr me, also, Slot and driver updates might help speed this up in the future, and being a retail product it would get more support over the long run.
Thank you for a very interesting post.Jul 12, · Can you please recommend top 3 fastest SSD's for YISK? If you could provide M.2 as well as SATA options that would be great. My laptop is 80NWTLM. I'm looking at this one, but based on Benchmarks it looks like it's pretty average? Or is it OK?: Crucial MX GB M.2 . Sep 28, · I have a Lenovo YISK laptop. I would like to ask if I can install a m.2 NVMe ssd on this laptop. I am worried that the laptop is an old model and I am not sure if I can install this ssd on it. Thanks in advance. Solved! Go to Solution. Welcome to the Community Forums. We have similar. Jan 21, · Just bought YISK and need to upgrade the M.2 SSD. Before I buy one, can somebody confirm if one of these work? I live in a country where nobody's selling them so I'll have to get it shipped from another country and returning if it doesn't work could be an issue. If .
In the one external review that I had looked at previously the "LegitReviews" one quoted in the other threadthere was some suggestion that laptop manufacturers install custom firmware in the SSDs that they fit as standard equipment, and that Lenovo SSDs have a reputation for "premature" thermal throttling presumably required because of inadequate cooling inside the laptop. This might explain the poor results that I obtained the SSD in my laptop was standard equipment for my model.
SSDs purchased on the retail market won't have this custom firmware, so may have less aggressive thermal throttling. I did try both the default Microsoft driver, and the Samsung driver. Although the Samsung driver was faster in every case, the differences were small. I think that the point about type of use is a good one -- most users won't use their SSDs in ways that cause severe thermal throttling, but of course that type of use is not what the disk test programs measure.
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