Ultra aluminum Hard Drive cooler with heatpipes reviewed @overclockers online

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I just posted the article Ultra aluminum Hard Drive cooler with heatpipes reviewed @overclockers online.

It is not surprising that a hardware device, mostly if it has moving parts, produces heat. All recent computers contain a lot of heat producing components, and there are many ways to get rid of this…

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I have hard drive coolers and they are a great investment for protecting your data from hard drive malfunctions… Though I doubt that these coolers will be as efficient if your current ventilated cooling for your case is subpar…


#3

I don’t see why you have to have these unless you bought a horrible cheap HDD. If the HDD is good, you shouldn’t need a cooler. Proper case cooling is probably the best thing you can do to keep everything else cool.


#4

Yes, well, I have heard (read, actually) that I shouldn’t give a damn, as long as my drive isn’t on fire… [ok, at least as long as it is not very hot]. Who says so? Google does: http://www.engadget.com/2007/02/18/massive-google-hard-drive-survey-turns-up-very-interesting-thing/ Oh, and I agree with shaolin, overall.


#5

That thing seems bogus to me but for a silent PC i’d rather have it than not.


#6

I’ve had Maxtor drives fail inside hard disk enclosures where the fan gave out. Those things got outrageously hot.