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Silent Computing
hardware : by Tommy - August 26th 2003, 11:39AM
Any of you that know me, know I have been working on my silent server. Trying to get Neodux to run from a small solid-state x86 computer. Although I do have it running (see previous post), I wonder about how feasible/practical it would be to silence my desktop computer.
The hard-drive would stay in my desktop system, since I gotta have more space than just 256Mb. But, how much would it cost to silence my CPU cooler? How about my power supply?

For CPU-cooling, the most efficient and silent way to dissipate heat is using water-cooling, and with some of the latest advances in water-pumps, it sounds as if you can totally eliminate all moving parts from your water-pump.


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