WD_BLACK 8TB D10 Game Drive over 60°C, fan not turning on!

Hi, I bought the WD_BLACK 8TB D10 Game Drive.
While copying files it reached 60°C!!! Right now it’s 61°C!!! In IDLE too 60°C (no HDD power save mode)!
The fan on the back is still not running!!! Is the HDD or Fan defect? What’s the temperature where the fan should start? Maybe over 70°C while the HDD dies?

I added a external fan to get this HDD to ~50°C. But that’s not a long-term solution.
My external Seagate 8 TB HDD (5400 Rpm) is only 50°C in Copy/IDLE (no power save mode).

Someone else with similar issues?

Whether it’s a flash drive, hard disk drive or any other storage device, all are electronic products and equally uncertain in life. Overheating of any storage drive is more severe than we think. Every storage drive has a minimum and maximum operating temperature. Any change in the internal or external temperature significantly affects the drive performance and life. Anything below or above the ideal temperature can have a bad impact on the drive and can lead to the various issues.

To know more about the issues & how you can fix this, I suggest you to check out the below link:

Hope it will help.