|jmke ||13th April 2004 12:43 |
Primecooler PC-HDB SuperSilent passive HDD Cooler
Piotke adds some extra HDD cooling to his rig.
RRRrrrzzssttttrrrrcccrrrr, that´s the beginning of the end. Hard disk failure. Then you go check the temperature of your hard disk... Arf ! This could have been avoided. Today madshrimps is testing a Hard disk cooling solution, which might extend the life span of your disks
|wutske ||13th April 2004 13:01 |
small mistakes : And remoced... (fan grill)
he 80 mm fan had about 1000 rpm @5v and was very silent. Compared to “no cooling” solution if provided a noticeable temperature decrease. (it I suppose)
For the rest, nice review :super:
|jmke ||13th April 2004 13:13 |
fixed! thank you:)
|Sidney ||13th April 2004 17:43 |
Thanks piotke. Good recommendation in keeping in mind HDD temperature.
Caught a typo on 2nd page
"This is basicly..."
|jmke ||13th April 2004 18:27 |
|piotke ||13th April 2004 18:28 |
Engrish rox !
|jmke ||13th April 2004 18:50 |
had to redo most phrases =-)
|Unregistered ||13th April 2004 23:39 |
English is my second languge, and I don't mind when others correct my mistakes. I hope you agree with me.
But, you can't stop me from writing .... hehehe
|TeuS ||14th April 2004 00:04 |
Piotke, take the heasink of the HDD and cool the HDD only with the fans from the Primecooler.
without the fans the product is literally a waste of money (it doesn't do anything!) :/
|jmke ||14th April 2004 09:22 |
re-read the results page. then come back.
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