Yea, but the 1 minute offset has pretty much been covered - it has nothing to do with tablo’s engineering it does what it’s suppose to. The heat topic has also been discussed and revived and Nuvyyo has yet to recall their devices due to excessive heat, or even hinted they may have miscalculated the temperate range. Given that -
Drive have changed drastically over 30yrs as have laptops. You know some don’t even have an actual drive or disk - no moving parts. Some laptops don’t even have conventions removable ones. Hotter than anything else isn’t the same beyond it’s operating range. As for lifespan, how long do you think all of this will last under ideal conditions? and how much sooner will this die?
Several user report their power supplies die. Some comment that they often have these things go on different devices. Me, I have multiple electronic devices with external power supplies - years or even decades old, as have others.
I’m using 3 -5 drives in various machines - bought used off ebay. I’ve had a couple +5yrs running non-stop, others as needed. There are such a wide spectrum of issues impacting the life of electronics, in some ways it looks like hit-n-miss as whose will work and which will die.
If your world is at peace obsessing with heat and voltages or 90seconds of a network sit-com cool - but that doesn’t make it wrong or not right. I don’t pick mine up, so I don’t know how hot it is. So it doesn’t bother me, I have other issues I’m obsessed with.
Consider talking to a therapists, “I can’t stop worrying how hot my tablo is” might not be a healthy outlook.