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Old 25th March 2005, 12:58   #1
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Default Can the Pentium-M Make SFF PCs Cool and Quiet?

Finally we've had the chance to review a SFF PC that is really quiet, even when the CPU is overclocked. This makes the AOpen EY855-II especially well-suited as a multimedia PC for home theater applications, since you can watch DVDs or listen to MP3 files in peace, without a noisy fan droning away in the background.

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