Published on 9th September 2007 by
Originally Posted by ComputerKingAnd why waterproof! Who the idoit will wash his computer with water!
A CPU might not reach 75ÂºC but we've just last week recorded the temperature of PWMs on a Shuttle motherboard in a new XPC hitting 100ºC!
Originally Posted by capnPedrothere's moisture in the air. If it's not waterproof, you can get mould growing in it.
Originally Posted by Articleit's all strawberries and waffles
Originally Posted by p3nMight be interesting to see if you can drown out HDD's in one of those zalman passive cases for a completely silent PC :)
Originally Posted by Spacecowboy92I used the ghetto elastic band mod on my harddrive. Completly silent now, exept for the rest of the computer that is.
Originally Posted by Zut
A new XPC eh? Can we expect a review of the SP35P2 next week then?!
Originally Posted by SPCRThe brand name (Be Quiet!) appears to be owned by Listan GmbH und Co. KG of Germany, which also distributes other computer component brands such as Cooler Master, Arctic Cooling, Zalman, AeroCool and MB/Papst fans. It also offers a line of products such as fans, cases, case accessories, water and air cooling, and cables under the name of Revoltec (Revolution Technology). The brand appears to be fairly well distributed in the EU, but not in North America, where search engines turned up no retail visibility.
Originally Posted by IrvineI suspended my hard drive with an elastic band, and it made a HUGE difference, quite honestly. I built my latest rig for silence, and I thought it was quiet, until I later suspended the hard drive. Apparently, the hard drive vibrations carry through the case and essentially amplify them, so removing the source of the vibration will remove the case vibrations.
Originally Posted by Spacecowboy92Quote:Originally Posted by p3nMight be interesting to see if you can drown out HDD's in one of those zalman passive cases for a completely silent PC :)
I used the ghetto elastic band mod on my harddrive. Completly silent now, exept for the rest of the computer that is.
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