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Tell me,can you tell the difference by touch from 88 degres and 99 degrees?I don't think there is enough difference there to go through all that work.If it were saying 120-130 degrees then yes,there would be plenty of difference to tell if it were a sensor or not.Sorry to be crabby about my reply but think about it for a second.
Read one post up. And sorry, it's 1:30 in the morning, lol.
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That's 98°F, you're perfectly fine. If it were 98°C THEN you would have a problem.
OK I take some blame I did not specify C or F Sorry and I will add some rep.
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OK I take some blame I did not specify C or F Sorry and I will add some rep.
It's cool man, no worries.
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Tell me,can you tell the difference by touch from 88 degres and 99 degrees?I don't think there is enough difference there to go through all that work.If it were saying 120-130 degrees then yes,there would be plenty of difference to tell if it were a sensor or not.Sorry to be crabby about my reply but think about it for a second.
XD! In the future, please tell your temps by Celsius. The majority of people here will tell the temps by Celsius. I thought you were at 99C. It you were at 99C, then that's trouble, but it was 99F. You're fine if that 99 is F.
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99F is like 38C. That's very cool for any kind of SATA drive. Nothing to worry about.

I have four WD 250GB KS drives, and they run quite a lot warmer than that... for about 2 years now
    
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Thanks for all the replies.I will try to remember to post temps in C so not to confuse everyone.
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