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Thursday, 28 August 2008 01:00
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Vizo Orbiter and Voyager 3.5" hard disk drive coolers review

With the deluge of PC system cooling components we've seen hit the market over the past few years, it's really no surprise to see the once humble hard disk drive treated to a whole bunch of cooling solutions of its own.  As with many aspects of a modern PC, increased speed and performance has also meant an increase in heat output, and in the case of a hard drive the last thing you want is high temperatures shortening the lifespan of the drive and potentially causing a loss of data if it were to fail.

While most decent, modern system chassis now tend to sport good airflow, with fans at the front of the case which blow cool air over any hard disks in their 3.5" drive bays, there are still undoubtedly plenty of PCs out there that don't do this, or that are lacking in cooling or airflow over any hard disks in their own particular ways.  This is where the two items up for review today come in, both courtesy of Vizo, and both consisting of direct, active cooling for any 3.5" disk drives.  Their product names may be stratospheric, but hopefully this pair of cooling solutions can keep their proverbial feet on the ground.  Let's see what they both have to offer.



 
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