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|3rd October 2006, 09:48||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Superquiet Superclocked DIY Core 2 Duo System
Chris Thomson returns with a Core 2 Duo upgrade of his quiet PC, greatly overclocked with carefully chosen high performance parts, modified judiciously, and meticulously ducted for maximum airflow and cooling with minimum noise. It's another magnum opus on the current state of DIY, enthusiast, air-cooled, high performance, silent computing.
|3rd October 2006, 10:39||#2|
"How quiet is this system? Well, if the DVD isn't spinning and the hard disks aren't seeking, the only perceptible sound is the faint hum of the LCD power supply echoing off the wall six feet away."
Someone failed at choosing silent components, especially the DVD-RW is an area even SPCR needs to explore if they want to call all components carefully choosen.
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