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Re: What IS reasonable disk drive temperature?



At 9:31 AM -0400 6/12/05, Robert Spangler wrote:
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>On Saturday 11 June 2005 21:45, Neal Rhodes wrote:
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>>  Ksensors reports temperature of a dual IDE drive mirrored system as about
>>  114F on most days.    That seems to be within the manufacturers specs.
>>  Is that reasonable for long term health of drive?
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>While reading this thread I became interested in my systems reading.  So I
>installed Ksensors but to my surprise it didn't show me the temps of CPU and
>Drives.  How can I see these things too?  Thnx
>
>My setup:
>
>Asus A8V Deluxe (v. 2.0) K8T800 No-WiFi/A
>AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 512K 90nm
>Thermaltake Shark Full Tower Alum
>DDR (400) 3200 - 1 GB (2 pcs 512) Corsair

Here's a sort of "me too".  I have an older ASUS mb (A7V133).  I haven't
tried to install anything like Ksensors because I don't see anything useful
in /proc/acpi (which might be Robert Spangler's problem also).  That info
exists; the BIOS shows it and MSWindows was able to show it.  I'm just too
new to Linux to know what to do about it.
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