I think the majority of hard drives have a built in temperature sensor from which they periodically callibrate themselves. My old 30GB IBM GXP75 has one which I'm able to access using the IBM diagnostic boot floppy.
I didn't know that MBM5 was able to read drive temps but thats a really interesting point. I have a couple of Raptors and a Maxtor Plus 9 that I'll check out.
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July 2, 2003 6:21:34 AM
Yeah, the newer versions of MBM5 seem to be able to monitor drives that are supported.
After reading on the MBM5 forum, apparently the WD drives do not contain a temp sensor.