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I dont think thats possible?!?!! its showing it for all 4 drives, any ideas?

 

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Sure. Those aren't the actual values. The actual values are in the "Raw" column. The values in the "Current" and "Worst" columns are normalized numbers, where higher (usually normalized to 100 or 255) is better. As the numbers in the manufacturer specific "Raw" column get worse, the value in "Current" will count down. When it reaches the value in "Threshold" an official SMART error will be triggered.

Try using CrystalDiskInfo or CPUID HWMonitor to read the actual temperature value(s) in °C or °F.
 

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Ah, Thank you. I read wikipedia about smart reports and it said that was the temperature in °C

It doesn't show up in crystal disk mark though, any ideas on that? Its a sasraid
 
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