I can only see my IDE HD with PC Wizard, but for my SATA HD I cannot see the temp.
Also my SATA HD is making a weird sound, it is as if is spinning faster than usual, like the speed goes up and down making a buzzing sound, like some kind of vibration inside the case.
And this is usually with no programs running on idle.
Leave the PC running for at least 2 hours. Open the case. Put your hand on the top (or side) of the drive. If it feels hot then it is TOO HOT. If it feels warmer than blood temperature that would be bad.
Heat is the biggest killer of HDDs, and I attribute at least 75% of HDD failures to insufficient cooling.
The problem is I already have 2 EIDE HD on the Drive cage, and it wont fit more. I might be able to fit it on the space the Floppy went, but I would only be able to hook it up with 2 screws instead of 4.
Before I used to have it the power pluged in witht eh 4 pin legacy connector.
When I put it on that bay, the drive holder blocks the 4 pin legacy input, so I had to buy a cable to convert the power cable from the PSU to a Sata Power Cable, and have it hooked up on the Power Sata cable port.