Most don't, and none of the laptop specific ones will, but enterprise drives do, so it is not a wholly true blanket statement.HDDs don't cause overheating, they idle around 30° C.
Not really, just trying to make sure that the truth is out there, as these threads show up in other searches and not just on this site. If it bothers you that much, just ignore it and move on.Pedantic much?
Can you give examples? Are those drives not properly cooled?
They are HDD and they run hot and add heat to a system, so yes they do count when applied to the original statement made, hence the enterprise statement remark. What about theCheetah's are SAS drives so won't work. Enterprise drivers were an irrelevant point to start with, and still are.