What is an appropriate temperature for HDD / SSD? What to do if these generate heats?
In summer, when you use your PC for a long time in a hot room, sometime your PC may get hot. One of the causes of heat generated by PCs is heat generated by HDDs and SSDs. Abnormal heat generation of HDD and SSD can cause malfunction, and in the worst case, it can lead to loss of important data. So what temperature is an abnormal and what should we do if an HDD or SSD gets hotter? This page introduces what to do when an HDD or SSD overheats.
1. What is proper temperature for an HDD or SSD?
2. What to do if an internal HDD or SSD heats up
3. What to do if an external HDD or SSD heats up
Although the mechanism of heat generation is different, HDDs and SSDs inevitably generate a large amount of heat when processing data at high speed. Both HDDs and SSDs are places to store important data. Sudden failure can result in data loss and serious damage. If you are concerned about heat generation, try the method introduced this content. Also, by using the power saving function of an OS such as Windows, an HDD or SSD can be automatically put to sleep when there is no access for a certain period of time, and heat generation can be suppressed. By making good use of these function, you can use an HDD or SSD more safely and save energy.