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Old 18th April 2006, 12:31   #1
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ThermalTake Aquabay M4 HDD block

For testing all I can really do is compare temperatures as measured by the onboard sensor on the hard disk in the cooler and in the 3.5 bay. For stressing the HDD I ran PCMark 04 HDD test on loop for 1 hour, and at the same time, to raise internal case temperatures I ran Prime95 Torture test. I let the case warm up with no programs running for an hour to get idle temperatures.
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