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Originally Posted by aksthem1;12397381 
What are your ambient temps? That matters a lot.

around 70f to 80f
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Originally Posted by SiX767;12397382 
no its not the raptor. there are a samsung f3 and 2 seagates 1 is 250gb and one that is maxing out at 53c is 1.5gb

Ah, sorry about that.

Seagate still lists most of their drives @ 60c max. I still think those temps are higher than normal.

My ambient is about 70, and I typically hit 44c or so until I put my drives in a cage. My case is fairly well ventilated. I don't think it would hurt to augment your air flow with fans, or get a cage.
    
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Ah, sorry about that.

Seagate still lists most of their drives @ 60c max. I still think those temps are higher than normal unless you live in a specifically hot environment.

ok 60c is max.. thx
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SiX767;12397499 
ok 60c is max.. thx

Well I didn't check your model number specifically so don't take my word for it.
    
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What are your case temperatures? Does your case have adequate airflow across the HDD's?

edit--nevermind. Didn't see that you posted that already--stupid lag between when I load a page and then decide to respond...
    
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I think if i ad a few more fans ill be good
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On my bottom drive tray which holds 12 drives, I've got a 120mm on each side of the tray in push pull. They're slow speed cm fans, you could fart with more static pressure than these things.
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