Smart Drive 2002C


Smart Drive 2002C


Hard disc coolers are often the least important part of your gaming rig, and perhaps with good reason. However, there are systems where they can’t be formatted on the fly when a hard disc issue arises, and where you want to make sure that your personal data stays safe for as long as possible. While backing up is a wise plan it too is often disregarded, resulting in lost game saves or worse…

Also the rise of active HDD coolers which require the use of a small fan all add to system noise and can become annoying, no matter how good they are. The product I have with me today should hopefully change this, with its cooling fins and silencing foam inlay; it should both silence and cool your data.


Last modified: February 15, 2011

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