and seems to work in limited cases. The only scientific explanations I can come up with are that electric current seems to flow better in cold rather than hot wiring. The other is that most matter shrinks when cold and expands when warm. These hard drives don't use lubricants that increase in viscosity when the temperature lowers. Hard drives need to accelerate to a certain RPM within a certain amount of time or the heads won't release. Perhaps a combination of better current flow and loosened up mechanical parts are the difference in behavior.
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