What happens if the drive leaks? Bye bye data?
I don't think so. The point of the helium is to create a sealed environment wherein the drive can operate more optimally than it would in air. If it leaked, performance would certainly decline--perhaps precipitously--but the IT dudeskis would I'm sure get a warning and be able to shore things up before any damage was done.
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