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128* c SSD? Need some advice/help

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So my SSD temp is being read at 128* through speccy for some reason... what are some programs I can use to test this further/make sure my SSD isn't about to die as I type this message rolleyes.gif. I just relocated it in my case and it still reads the same temp. It used to be sitting on top of my HHD array:
450
Which is 2x 2TB WD Greens with no "direct" airflow from the front of the case (closed stock case bezels)

It is now located under my PSU and is still reading the same temp of 128*...
post #2 of 5
It's just a bugged temp sensor don't worry about it. My old motherboard and hard drive used to say it was always at 128C as well.

If you really think it is getting that hot though just touch the drive. If it is 128C you will probably burn your finger lol.
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Well that is what I was thinking, but after I saw the temp my computer started to do some funky ****. Although that could have been from upping my OC as well, which I turned back down. A weird symptom was my AV would not turn on until I reinstalled it?
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It's a false reading. Most SSDs don't really have temperature probes, and may show up at 128C in some programs. Try downloading Crystal Disk Info and tell me what it says in there.

http://crystalmark.info/download/index-e.html
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Also, my 2x 2TB greens don't show up in crystal...?
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