David Murphy wrote:
> by Ross Kilian Davis <ross at csn.ul.ie>:
> > I did have a look at the SC-760A alright...6 x 5.25" bays
> > bit much for me though :-) ...one of my main objectives
> > apart from fitting everything in is to have a quiet
> > power supply...Supermicro don't even hint at that so I
> > suspect it ain't!?? I'll follow up on the Anandtech tip...
>> The PSU fan on the SC-760A is variable-RPM, but none of the others
> are. I'm only running one additional (inlet) case fan, since IBM
> 7200RPM drives don't generate much heat, but I still wouldn't call it
> a quiet case. Excellent in other areas, however 8).
Just a little something which I've used to quiteen down my rather Noisy
Full tower at home.
Get your self this spongey stuff that you'd use to Draught seal windows
& apply it liberally to the inside of the case, put a few small strips
of it on the inside of the power supply & a smlaa bit on the outer
housings of any fans that may be in the system. It works wonders.
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