Originally posted by maxximilian:
Want to be sure....remember this number: 660°C
This is the melting temperature of aluminum...the primary construction material for hard drive platters. However since the platters actually use an aluminum alloy...it is likely that the melting temperature will vary. But you get the point.....
Destroy your old hard drives....I do....
PS: I am paranoid only because everybody is against me....LOL
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