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Old 11-20-07, 02:24 PM   #4
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Default Re: Silent Linux HTPC - my attempt

Originally Posted by whig
Cool, got a flash drive to go with that? 7200rpm drives make a bit of noise; my 5400 usb one is pretty quiet. Which AMD cpu and heatsink is being used?
I'm going with a 400GB SATA2 Western Digital - said to be quite, and by my experience it is really little noise except for writing out bytes, a little bit of noise of course. AMD cpu is an energy efficient 4200+ and Thermaltake Sonic Tower heatsink modded with a GlacialTech Silent blade II case ventilator onto it going on constant 950 RPM. Gives no noise audible when it's inside the case (meaning a 19dBA noise level trapped inside the case). :-)
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