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Is it ok to stack my G-DRIVEs on top of one another?

Because G-Technology uses aircraft grade aluminum enclosure to disperse heat crated by the internal hard drive, it is perfectly ok to stack the drives on top of one another.

* Just make sure that there is no tension pulling on the power plug in the back of the enclosure. Over time this can damage the actual plug.

 


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Article ID: 23 Article Created: 08-06-2009 21:50 PMLast Modified: 07-31-2013 13:54 PM

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