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I'm not sure if it would turn it off though, unless you have heat sensors on the motherboard and something in the BIOS set to power down if anything exceeds a certain temp.
Have you looked at your BIOS settings?
Lard Majestic, I've never heard of IDE disks like that. Could you point me to any info? Thanks.
The drive is WD Caviar SE 320GB... or so I thought: I stand corrected now that I have re-read the site and realised that they don't throttle rotational speed (a la Intel's SpeedStep), but just as heat efficient as older 5400 rpm drives. Apologies for posting misleading info and thanks for querying me!