Re: Against noise: does it exist some computer cases / tower completely silent?
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- ssd or suspended/soft mount hard drive
- big heat sink with large slow fan (or water cooling with a quiet pump and an over sized radiator if you can afford it)
- if your motherboard supports it use have pwm fans so they are slow at idle and fast at full speed.
- bigger fans move more air at slow rotation then small fans do , so they are usualy quieter
- remove obstructions in air flow to reduce turblance , remove fan grills if possible
- avoid small fans at all costs. they are normaly fast and winey and move almost no air
Last edited by markp1989; February 4th, 2010 at 01:04 PM.
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