So as I understand it, the newer Gen 4 NVMe run a bit hotter than previous generations. I've seen some on Amazon with an option to come with a heatsink, and my MSI Unify has 3 heatsink covers for the 3 M.2 slots. But it seems (from what I've read) that cooling down these drives, or certain parts of it, is actually detrimental to the drive itself, the lifespan. So are there ways to properly cool down these drives without shortening the life span? Does it require a special type of heatsink or a single/double sided drive?