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Old 25th July 2004, 22:03   #1
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QuietPC AcoustiCase 6607B

The AcoustiCase from QuietPC is aimed at those looking to silence their system. Acoustic materials inside the case reduce noise from vibration, hard drives and high pitched fans. Does the 6607 deliver? Read on to find out.

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Great Review on a good product.

9C reduction in case and 6C in CPU temps without side panel fan whatsoever ...... no dusty interior.

Woh, add the CV with booster fan; see if the CPU temp will drop a few C's. It would be nice to keep load temp down to 50C in a 42% OC'ed P4 using STOCK HSF.
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Thank you, will update the CV review with result from this case later on, enjoying some silent computing in the living room right now
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nice review

do you think there is plenty of room for WC in the case
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this picture should give you an idea
http://www.madshrimps.be/articles/Qu...-jmke-3974.jpg

it's still a midi tower, so installing a WC in there will always be a challenge
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it would work, but it would be tight
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