Arctic Cooling Silentium T2 Case

@ 2004/12/13
Most readers connect the name Arctic Cooling intuitively with low-priced silent radiators, on which in the entire computer scene not insignificant the Bekanntheitsgrad Swiss enterprises is based. Now the company with the recently presented Silentium housing series in a new market segment tries to establish. Thus Arctic Cooling of one of the few manufacturers, which orders with the Silentium T1 and T2 equal over two housings in the product repertoire, is which of the beginnings as pure silent housing was already designed. As such they should already be better to the requirements of the whispering enterprise adapted in the origin condition than other already longer available, but housings later which can be modified. Around these requirements to become fair the manufacturer some let itself be broken in at Hightech. So the otherwise usual ATX standard, which is responsible among other things also for the definition of the air flow in the housing, had to yield a completely new ventilation system. This is also remarkable therefore since the industry actually swore itself in only recently on the new VTX crest factor. Also to a solution for the noise reduction of the data medium one thought. Swinging a stored aluminum construction is to lower both the operating and the access noise of the non removable disk without the cooling to neglect. Likewise it is of advantage that the housing is equipped to silent power pack, as well as two pre-mounted housing exhausts equivalent strong with a 350 Watt. For a purchase price of EUR 79.90 straight to an good deal. Whether the trains of thought of the technical designers are crowned also in practice with success, the following report points out in detail.

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