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    Reduce the noicy Hardisk sound without getting it overheated ?

    YEaahhh the subject is the question...
    A little weird, eh ?
    Nope, I hate the ****ing sound the Seagate Medalist is gaving me :-C


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    hey man, was that f*** necessary?

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    Na, Ok Im sorry if I affended u dude !


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    It's cool.

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    Replace the POS, small HD's like that are cheap!

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    Replace the POS, Yikes ??? dunno nothing about POS... !!! Maybe Wellpap will do the trick... I shure need some antistatic between the circuit and the isolate material...

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    You can insulate your case, but then you may need another fan at the back to take the added heat away.

    Put a temp probe on the HDD and measure the temperatures when not insulated and when insulated. If they are pretty much within limits with the insulation then it would be safe to do.
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    Ok, Hmmm... Witch is the average HDD temp ?
    max and minimum ?


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