Nice! Guess this makes the nVME heat sink I bought pointless
I don't know for sure as i'm not going to remove it, but the Sabrent has stickers on both sides of the drive connecting all the chips which i've read have copper lines underneath to act as a little heatsink, like the samsungs do. Right out of the box it ran 10-15c cooler then the Inland, i got a little 40mm fan and pointed it at the drive and now it's an extra 20c or so cooler when under full load. Very happy with the $125 price tag, i sold my Samsung 500g 970 evo for $120 few weeks ago, excellent $5 upgrade.