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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
Systems Cooling Unit - Systems Cooling Unit
Sun, June 23 2002 | 8:32PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The unit itself doesn't look very different from any other drive bay cooler, it matches well with any typical beige case. The trick here lies in its versatility. One would think it could fit anywhere in a case...and in this case it does (bad pun). Its ease of use was great with its fairly lengthy 4 pin Molex connector and the ease of which it slid into its designated spots. It fits very well in all 3 positions, its intended for; PC back slot, the 3.5" bay and the 5.25" bay. Performance in all three places is a different story.
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