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My hard drive temps are 41C-43C is this high or average? I have a 200GB Maxtor 7200rpm 16MB Cache Hard drive

Starting to get high but still ok. Above 50C and you can expect a quick death for your hard drive. Below that the cooler the drive, the longer they tend to last. You should be ok at 43C, but if you could aim a fan over the drive you're increasing your chances of long term reliability.
 

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Originally Posted by briank

Starting to get high but still ok. Above 50C and you can expect a quick death for your hard drive. Below that the cooler the drive, the longer they tend to last. You should be ok at 43C, but if you could aim a fan over the drive you're increasing your chances of long term reliability.

My hard drive sits around 24-27C idle (netsurfing) and aroud 31-34C load.

I dont know what the threshold is.... just adding more temps for reference.
 

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Originally Posted by Evil XP2400

My hard drive sits around 24-27C idle (netsurfing) and aroud 31-34C load.

I dont know what the threshold is.... just adding more temps for reference.

Just been re-checking the temps now. They are down to 31C, maybe it was just hotter yesterday for some reason.
 

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oops reading this makes me worried, as Everest gives my HD a 51C temp ?
so i guess its bit on the high side ?

It's an old thread, but 51c is too high. I wouldn't ever want to run a harddrive above 45c... and that's pushing it.
 
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