Dan's Data heeft een review gepost van de InClose BayCooler II harddisk cooler. Hieronder wat info over het ding, en een screenie:
InClose Design's BayCooler 2 is a classy implementation of this basic idea. Instead of the separate mounting rail and plastic faceplate design of most such coolers, it's all one piece, with the mounting chassis made of sturdy steel plate. This makes it easier to install and move - it's all of a piece with the drive, when assembled - and also may provide somewhat better cooling, thanks to the larger heat sink and contact area of the steel frame.
The BayCooler retails for a quite reasonable $US29. This is substantially more than you'll pay for a superficially similar separate-rails cooler, but it's still very cheap compared with the monster drives many users will be pointing it at. Some cheaper coolers don't come with a dust filter, either; filling your computer with air-gunk isn't actually as bad as you might think, and hard drives have their own filters that keep crud out very effectively, but a filter is still a nice thing to have.
Cheaper filters may also have very dodgy fans in them. They pretty much all use 40mm slimline fans, and so does the BayCooler 2, but at least it's got three nice sculpted-fin units, which should move a reasonable amount of air.