Project Quite PC - First Hand Report On Making A PC Silent

Posted: Feb 28 2003, 10:14am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:43pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Project Quite PC - First Hand Report on Making a PC Silent
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EnvyNews has a interesting review on making a PC quiet. Project QPC does the job, albeit expensively... Here’s a snip from the article:

“One question I personally get asked quite often is ‘How can I make my PC quiet enough so that I can sleep with it in my room with it still switched on?’ The answer I usually give is to switch it off - no point in wasting electricity. However a number of companies are beginning to cater for people wanting a beast of a PC without the 75dB+ sound levels associated with it. QuietPC here in the UK offers a wide range of suitable equipment to this end and they were kind enough to send us a number of their products so that we could see just difference you could expect.”
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