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Old January 26, 2014, 08:54 PM
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That's more of a one-off scenario though right? You shouldn't be writing 300GB of data on a daily basis...

Either way, the WD Reds are designed for NAS usage, typically where cooling isn't the greatest as the drives are stacked tightly together. From their spec sheet, they are rated to operate in environments with 70C air-temperature. If the air inside your case is that hot, then you should consider some better fans ;)
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