Author Topic: Quieting a computer case  (Read 2887 times)

Stan

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Quieting a computer case
« on: January 22, 2001, 01:05:27 AM »
I've tackled all the usual culprits in attempting to make a nearly silent PC, i.e. finding the quietest possible cpu fan and power supply, reducing auxilary fans from 12v dc to 7volts, getting quiet hard drives and mounting them with cushioning.  I've got the beast pretty well tamed.  Would any of your products be effective for lining my case and absorbing the remaining sound?
TIA

bjnash

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Re: Quieting a computer case
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2001, 01:43:46 AM »
: I've tackled all the usual culprits in attempting to make a nearly silent PC, i.e. finding the quietest possible cpu fan and power supply, reducing auxilary fans from 12v dc to 7volts, getting quiet hard drives and mounting them with cushioning.  I've got the beast pretty well tamed.  Would any of your products be effective for lining my case and absorbing the remaining sound?
A: YES! Use the Super Soundproofing Mat of the proper thickness to fit inside the covers of the case.  Glue it in with contact cement.  See the link below for more info on soundproofing computers!
: TIA