On Tue, Nov 20, 2001 at 01:28:36PM -0000, Smith, Graham - Computing Technician came forth with:
> Some hi-fi audio amplifiers have built in fans....
> I remember a quite highly rated Technics (A-900 or something?) Amp
> that would turn on an internal fan when it got too warm.
> I presume not all fans are as noisy as the cheapy ones in most pcs.
>> Alternativly, I've also seen articles on the web of people that
> cool their pc's with liquid cooling mechanisms. Sounds messy though.
> My big grip about building such a system is the fact that you would have
> to put fans in it.
The VIA C3 doesn't require a fan. The G3/G4 doesn't. The TM5600 doesn't.
All of these are capable of DVD playback (just about in the case of the C3).
dBP dBBBBb | If you're looking at me to be an accountant
dBP | Then you will look but you will never see
dBP dBBBK' | If you're looking at me to start having babies
dBP dB' db | Then you can wish because I'm not here to fool around
dBBBBP dBBBBP' | Belle & Sebastian (Family Tree)
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