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Fanless computer in a stock case


Author: Silentmods

Score: 538
        Fanless computer in a stock case
        I wouldn’t like to approach to the noise problem so thoroughly as I our lads did… at least until I clear up all the glitches. The fellows have already written everything about fanless technologies, so I’ll describe my device briefly.
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Address:   http://www.silentmods.com/fotokonkurs/foto270/

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Stupid
12.09.2012
        damn wanted to go to page one so i voted 1 -_- your stuff is awesome
igneel
14.11.2011
        dude you are just awesome ...... yhank's for sharing all your work i am sure you inspire many...
spynoodle
11.12.2010
        The radiator - pretty epic. :D
Gatouille
09.10.2007
        Hi, I'm French. Your idea is very good, like the Zalmann TNN but more soft, more happy. I'm being designed a PC with approximatively the same idea but not exactly. In my personal version, I have two big aluminium heatsink in each side of the tower like you ; but with more style = black and integrated to the box. The difference is that all component inside the case are watercooled (CPU, GPU, GPU Ram, Chipset, PSU, Disk, Ram). Normally I will have good performance with my systeme but very heavy. Good work. Bye

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