On Sun, Jan 06, 2002 at 06:16:35PM -0800, Rick Moen wrote:
> > What's so bad about Seagate under Linux?
> They tend to run pretty hot. At least, the 15k and 10k RPM SCSI ones
> do. Can't say, about others.
I thought it was because one of mine is dying :/
But, yes, it gets awfully hot here..I reduced my CPU and mobo
temperature by 15 degrees Celsius when I added a 1.2GHz rated
heatsink on the CPU and an additional fan between the PCI cards.
(Some trickery with 'leading' the airstreams might help, according
to Tom's Hardware and Anandtech)
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