On Sat, Jul 20, 2002 at 12:06:35PM +0100, Greg Farrel wrote:
>> > An old laptop would probably be ideal. That way, it comes with its own
> > UPS (the battery).
> D'oh. I ment to say that I cant use a laptop, as I have a pci wireless
> card and the cable for it (about 180 dollars). So it has to be a pc, with
> a pci 2.2 connector (ie some pentiums, and anything above)
> > Some people strip down old 486 boxes, take out the hard drive, disable
> > the fans, and run the thing from just a floppy drive or a CDR you've
> > burned for the purpose.
> I'd do that with my 166, but the psu has a fan. And a 486 wont support my
> wireless card :( I know. I'm awkward,
Try www.quietpc.com. Don't know if they have fanless PSUs but they claim
to have really, really quiet ones.
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