My PC Storage Temp


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Yes it probably is the reason, at 70c the max operating temp according to it's data sheet at Seagate over that temp the SSD is probably creating a ton of CRC errors in the data it's copying you need to stop using it if you can't get it's temps down to below 70c


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Running an SSD at 100 Celcius is not normal, but I also think that the temps reported might be fake. does it burn your finger if you touch it?