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Jetart HCA05 HDD Guard Hard Drive Cooler

The Jetart HCA05 HDD Guard really performs as advertised. Even when tested with a cool hard disk like the Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9, it managed to lower its operating hard drive by approximately 5°C.

If you already have good air flow around your hard disk from specially-placed case fans, then this hard disk cooler might not be a worthwhile purchase. However, if your system does not have any fan blowing on your hard disk, then this cooler is worth considering.

Remember, the cooler your hard disk runs, the more reliable it is and the longer it will last. Hard disk reliability and longevity is a very important issue, especially if you have critical data on your hard disk.

Now, Jetart does not yet sell this cooler directly, since they insist on remaining as an OEM manufacturer. But expect to find this cooler being sold under a variety of brand names.

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Cooler Dimensions

• 110.0 x 101.8 x 12.5 mm

Heatsink Material

• Aluminum Alloy

Fan Dimensions

• 50 x 50 x 10.5 mm

Rated Voltage

• DC 12 V

Rated Current

• 0.18 A per fan
• 0.36 A total

Power Consumption

• 2.16 W


• 3.5” Bay


• 110 g


• One Jetart HCA05 Hard Disk Cooler
• Four screws


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