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Should I change my M.2 Thermal pad?

Go to solution Solved by Wheresmehammer,

As long as it has not dried up it can be used with a new SSD.

Hello, I'm not sure if I shoud be posting this here but I have a question. Recently i want to change the M.2 of my pc for a new one with more specs, my motherboard comes with a heatsink for M.2, its the Aorus X570 elite. Right now I have an M.2 but I'm changing it for one with bigger capacity. So i was wondering if I should change the thermal pad on it when replacing it, or leaving it like that it's just fine?

Thank you in advance! 

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As long as it has not dried up it can be used with a new SSD.

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