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Passively-cooled CPU Thermals (Part 2)

In the first Passively-cooled CPU Thermals post I looked at how the completely fanless Streacom DB4 I built performed under various CPU loads.  A question over on Silent PC Review asked how the thermal curve looked when the CPU was … Continue reading

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Passively-cooled CPU Thermals

The Completely Silent Computer I built relies entirely on passive cooling.  Some folks are keen to know how well (or poorly) it works in the real world.  Can it adequately cool a loaded system, or does thermal throttling make it … Continue reading

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Completely Silent Computer

I’ve been trying to make my computers quieter for nearly three decades.  Custom liquid cooling loops, magnetically-stabilised fluid-dynamic bearings, acoustic dampeners, silicone shock absorbers, you name it.  Well, last week I finally managed to build a completely silent computer.  Without … Continue reading

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