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  • Uh, okay.

  • All right.

  • We're gonna do a video today.

  • Where are our system?

  • You saw this?

  • We did the case review for the new Define us to vision.

  • This is a clean windows insult, and it is completely borked in that like nothing is working like, See, little thinking.

  • Well, stuff you'll never guess what's actually causing this end process.

  • Microsoft Windows is not responding.

  • No, the problem isn't Windows.

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  • See if we can get together.

  • Like I said, this is I don't want to give away what the problem is yet.

  • I mean, I'm sorry for the click baby title.

  • I really am, but this is important.

  • I want you guys to watch this because in my seven years of doing this YouTube channel and well, I would say 30 years of building computers, But I haven't been dealing with these components for 30 years.

  • Obviously, as you can see, we can't get anything to come up.

  • Nothing's working.

  • And I'm telling you right now what is causing this is something that, um, probably make a lot of the happy watch was gonna happen right here.

  • It's going to start to load windows.

  • Try see how we're not getting little thinking.

  • Well, this is where a lot of people would probably go down the wrong rabbit hole and thinking with The problem is, I guarantee someone at this point would blessed out their windows installer and be like, Oh, man, I got a corrupt windows install.

  • I need to reinstall windows and they would try to reinstall Windows and it would fail because in this particular instance, what's causing our system to completely break itself and shit itself at the same time?

  • Is RGB For the first time, you have a legitimate right to say Look rgb because in this case, RGB is taking us that little hyper X drive right there.

  • Tony Stark level of Arc reactor brightness, the our holy sh.

  • That's harder.

  • I think we've ever seen it.

  • All right, Where is Gimme?

  • Gimme, Gimme.

  • Okay, the led is that air in this Dr literally draw enough power.

  • There are 75 led is in here Morrell, Edie's and the rest of the system combined that are causing our drive to reach over 70 degrees Celsius.

  • This is a safe to drive.

  • We're getting hotter than m 700.2 drives get.

  • And if you're not familiar with NAND, it has an operating temperature and it's fairly sensitive.

  • As it overheats and gets harder, it slows down to the point where the only way I can keep itself from cooking itself to death is literally throttle itself until itself itself down.

  • Look, we're still sitting here.

  • It is still trying to get windows to load because it's probably getting a megabyte a second.

  • It is cooking itself to death right now trying to start windows.

  • So I'm gonna turn on my Fleer here, go ahead and point this at it.

  • Has to adjust 64 64 64 on the exterior.

  • Hard drive is harder than the veer ends.

  • You would do your poor unit the late Yes, I know what that light is.

  • Also, what's generating the heat?

  • That's making its way into the drive when I'm ready right now in real time and hopefully it'll come back and I'm gonna take this fan and I'm gonna point it this massive ass fan.

  • I'm gonna point it right at the drive and see if the system will wake back up without a reboot.

  • So we first learned about this where we're shooting the B roll for this bill.

  • Way couldn't get into the operating system.

  • I'm going.

  • What the heck, man?

  • But that's when we started looking over the Internet.

  • We found this an attack or a non tech article where they talked about bright light, dim performance or something.

  • That's the name of the article.

  • And then So it's definitely worth reading.

  • I will try to remember to put the article down below, but if you If you just search the Internet for a non tech and Kingston hyper X fury drive led drive or RGB, this is what you'll find.

  • There's only one other driving the market that's even anywhere similar to this.

  • And I believe that that is.

  • The team group has like rgb SST, so it's not really a thing yet, So this has been sitting on the back of the chassis with the glass on it and stuff.

  • We've been running tests before.

  • Starting this video.

  • It doesn't matter if the glasses on the glasses off it's the same just turning on the L.

  • E.

  • D's heat up the drive.

  • In fact, I did a test with the ladies off with running crystal mark and nine sequential are nine runs of sequential and random read right back to back to back.

  • So for, like, 27 27 read right tests back to back the temperatures, they're flat.

  • They don't move even an image right here.

  • We could show you of that.

  • But we also did was simply let the system sit idle.

  • And no, it's not coming back.

  • It's completely failed.

  • But if I go ahead and restart this because we've called the drive down, we will get into Windows.

  • We could start showing you in real time what's happening here.

  • But I want you to look at this little this little Timelapse as I'm kind of talking here.

  • If you watch this sort of a time lapse here over about like eight minute duration, all we did was let it sit in the desktop and turn on the LAPD's.

  • And we filmed it both with the camera pointing at the chart, which is Nemesis afterburner using hardware monitor for grabbing the smart info off the drive.

  • And then we, uh, use the thermal camera to see kind of see what was happening to the casing of the drive with that chart so we could see interior and exterior temperatures.

  • Right?

  • Right around the time we get to about 60 high fifties low sixties, we start seeing dig related performance.

  • Once we hit like 63 65 you get what we have here, which is a completely dead system simply because of the LAPD's.

  • And again, it's important to note that was idle.

  • The system was doing nothing.

  • That drive is hotter in our studio lights.

  • We have the thermal image to prove it, so we have to do right now to get it back.

  • Let that fan cool that hard drive down to normal temperatures restarted it probably going to start a prepare.

  • Then we'll get to the desktop will show you how bad it really is.

  • So once we get into the operating system, if it tries to do the updates right now we're screwed.

  • I'm not going to unplug the actual RGB.

  • Oh, no, No updates.

  • What with the fan pointing out that we might be okay.

  • Yes, when the other things we're gonna test is like I know someone has already typed this.

  • And if it's you watch the damn video before you comment, Yes, we're gonna test what happens with air flow over the drive.

  • A realistic amount of air flow.

  • No, we're not gonna relocate it to inside the chassis because I have enough slack on this cable to the way it's wired up.

  • What we're gonna do is we're gonna lay it flat like it would be on the floor of the mother or the case like divider wall, and they're gonna have a regular case fan, just sort of gently blow air over and see if that's enough to keep it in there.

  • Go the updates to see if that's enough to keep it in check.

  • In terms of temperatures, the drive normally draws like one want, like SS D's don't pull any power, which is kind of ironic that they've got, you know, state of power cables, everything going to it.

  • But with the with the led is on in white.

  • So he said, it's a white fur.

  • RGB, for all three of the RGB led is to be lit, which I know you're thinking about doing TV.

  • It's a what led.

  • Yes, I remember that out.

  • Take Phil.

  • That is, if we were in a single led before we test it with Blue.

  • It took a lot longer to get to this point, but with White it was ridiculously fast.

  • How fast it overheated.

  • And I thought, Okay, well, fine.

  • I'll just unplug the RGB harness from it That'll get us by when you unplug the RGB harness of just defaults to read and it's still over here.

  • I'm also legitimately curious as to why they felt 75 led is was necessary.

  • You're scared, Dr is obviously got all of your data on it.

  • And if it's like doing crazy stuff because the temperatures it could corrupt the data, there's no doubt about it diagnosing your PC, turn our DVD off the drive is sitting at 47 with that hand blowing had it.

  • If I turn it off, watch what happens.

  • So I only have 47.

  • We just turned off the fan.

  • That 48.

  • The whole system is already like, Yeah, like that.

  • It's hard to see how it's already getting crazy.

  • This was our test when we had that.

  • That time that's going This is that chart.

  • And then this is when we turned off the led.

  • So what I need to do right now, Because like, it's already a 52 we're gonna start slowing down here.

  • I gotta open up Dragon Center.

  • Oh, no.

  • Oh, no.

  • Now the white square you know Microsoft windows is them.

  • Ah, what happened?

  • I need to turn the fan back on.

  • Yeah, way we turned on the drive That fan, though you see how it's all coming back?

  • It's completely temperature dependent.

  • Now if we go here to Mystic Light whenever I return the ladies off watch how quickly the system comes back to us.

  • So that 53 There you go.

  • Geez!

  • So always turned off Was the lighting so close that everything's like catching up now from all the cliques I did earlier?

  • Look, we got that running God EJ is running.

  • This is running file Explorer.

  • Everything's running.

  • The drive is extremely temperature dependent.

  • So we're gonna do now is we're just gonna go ahead and Minnick as if this Dr we're sitting like in that that center part of the chassis there, we're gonna just point a case fan at it.

  • In fact, we're gonna point even the same case, Dan, and we're gonna see what happens with that actual fan.

  • So this is running because it's hooked up to the same controller, the exact same speed as the front fans.

  • So we sort of made kind of our own chassis back here with the drive in it to see how that does.

  • So we're sitting here at 30.

  • It's still slightly cooling off, so all I'm gonna do now is turn the led is back on, but the temp go towards gonna go.

  • We'll see where it Max is with a theoretical airflow.

  • If we were to put it in the center divider wall of this chassis in the direct air flow all right.

  • So as he see, the system's already unresponsive.

  • This this player goes, This accounts for what?

  • If we go and look over here, you can see we indeed have airflow in my little theoretical chassis right here.

  • The driver's still overheating to the point to where the system is already sluggish.

  • 57 degrees.

  • While sitting here in the desktop doing nothing with airflow over it is certainly not acceptable.

  • Maybe I will Maybe I will.

  • I don't think this is gonna work to make a plate to sort of touch this toe.

  • Like make like a heat spreader.

  • I have no intentions is turning into a idiots crazy cooling video All of our stupid idea videos that we do totally prepared us for this man.

  • So I just put two fans in here.

  • I'm like this.

  • I don't think this is gonna work.

  • It's a heat pad from the drive to this like metal plate I'm using to try and work as a heat spreader to thermal paste on the pump.

  • That's actually secured really tight.

  • The irony is you can't see the RGB anymore on the drive, but we have already began.

  • So the drive was that Is that 24 right now?

  • That's already like 6 to 7.

  • Lower than it was idling.

  • All right, lights are on.

  • OK, now we wait.

  • Now we wait.

  • This was the original curve.

  • How?

  • It just kind of kept going This is our curve.

  • Now it's starting to flatten off.

  • But the problem is it starting flat plateau with that water cooler where it's still hot enough to be causing slow down like you just saw Russia and open that file.

  • So I was hoping it was gonna work, but we knew it wasn't going to because it's like the SS Dean and themselves plus the thermal pad to a metal plate to the chassis to another thermal pad to a metal plate, the thermal paste to pump.

  • So the water to the Y 02 rods air.

  • I mean, it just hit 58.

  • All right, so here's the bottom line.

  • Under no circumstances should you buy this SSD The Fury RGB led is furiously hot, unnecessarily, even if you put it in direct air flow as we showed earlier.

  • So I just felt like I need to make this video is a public service announcement to save your money by any other s s D.

  • Probably not even the team group RGB one, although it may not have the same problem because them cramming 75 led is in this tiny little 2.5 inch drive space is stupid.

  • So this is the first product I've come along.

  • That literally warranted me.

  • Making a video to say this is so bad.

  • You should stay away from it.

  • Like it were the PC plague.

  • Because, as you can see, it definitely gives the PC the Blake.

  • I didn't know you wanted to tell it to cool this.

  • No, I'm not lnto fooling this.

  • Dr.

  • I've already given you guys my final thoughts.

  • There's nothing else to say.

  • This, uh, this drive is in the end game now.

Uh, okay.

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