Dragon_Cooler wrote:i almost want to chuck it out the window sometimes.
Dragon_Cooler wrote:I might have missed it in the review, but how loud was the dirve? I know my raptor 150 with the window is hella loud and i almost want to chuck it out the window sometimes.
vicaphit wrote:I have short circuited my keyboard with drool...Dragon_Cooler wrote:i almost want to chuck it out the window sometimes.
Lets put our windows together so you chuck it out of yours, and into mine. I wouldn't mind having a raptor drive for windows and a few games.
Alathald wrote:Oddly, this article made me wonder why I've never seen a watercooled harddrive...weird thought I know but it's the thought I had
Also, speaking of SSD, and out of curiosity, how long would it take to completely wipe a SSD drive? eg make ALL info unrecoverable like what the program dBan does...
Still, amazing little piece of technology, can't wait to see what it does with the final f/w.
Pros: Water cooling for my HD's. Doesn't kill you on space.
Cons: Bags of water pressed aginst the pcb side of the HD seem silly. Why can't it come in 3/8in instead of the little 1/2in?
Other Thoughts: Works well enough. My system has no air movement though the case other than the PS and the HD's run cool.
the actual mechanics are housed in a 2.5" HDA drive with a 15mm z-height, similar to standard notebook hard drives--only taller.
DMB2000uk wrote:Nice first post. I've yet to read the report, but I wonder if the cooling meant climate controlled fridge type server rooms.
It's been noted somewhere in a review, that this is thicker than a standard 2.5" drive. So wouldn't fit in a laptop if that was your plan.the actual mechanics are housed in a 2.5" HDA drive with a 15mm z-height, similar to standard notebook hard drives--only taller.
Found the quote I was looking for, it was via hot hardware.
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