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Uploaded: 18.02.2008 22:33
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willek - Inside. Mobo with integrated display adapter, and sound with optical output etc. Slim dvd-drive, and a regular HDD. All powered

Inside. Mobo with integrated display adapter, and sound with optical output etc. Slim dvd-drive, and a regular HDD. All powered by picopsu.
Single crossflow fan for ventilation. air intake is in the bottom, and exhaust in the back left


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26.04.2009 14:06 BenaHOf course the noise should be as low as possible. I have my TriCool at low and it cools my HD down to 37-35 depending of the room temperature. If I remember correctly, the HD goes down to 29-32 at maximum settings with the TriCool, but even a deaf person could not be around with the noise. :D
26.04.2009 13:50 willekseem so. My opinion is, less fans, less noise. That setup propably could go passive with a little bit of effort.
26.04.2009 13:32 BenaHAnd still I am scared about overheating. :D I'm an idiot, right?
26.04.2009 12:43 YarikoNowadays CPUs and GPUs have certain temperature point when they shut down themselves to avoid overheat but that point is kinda high normaly, it's imposible to destroy CPU or GPU while gaming.
26.04.2009 12:39 BenaHI am what I am. I just think that isn't enough, but you know what you are doing. I'm always scared that my system overheats. :D When my GPU gets to 75, I quit the game in fear, that my GPU will go up with a puff of smoke.
26.04.2009 12:15 willekwhy not? More than enough for this kind of setup.
26.04.2009 01:20 BenaHErr... I don't feel so comfortable to watch this. I just don't like the idea of only one fan. :/
19.02.2008 20:00 willekexactly.
19.02.2008 19:49 JipaMy E6750 + 8800 + three HDDs draw 160 Watts atm, so I'm fairly sure the 8400 with integrated graphics won't draw more than 120 Watts.
19.02.2008 18:32 willekWell it was easily enough for AMD BE-2300 (45W), and I believe it to be enough for C2D E6750 or E8400
19.02.2008 18:08 nixarihow powerful system can a 120w power up?
19.02.2008 18:00 YarikoDamn.. How they do build something that small!
19.02.2008 17:46 willeklooks like this: http://www.coolputer.fi/tuotekuvat/1558_2.jpg
19.02.2008 17:46 willekIt is Picopsu, and it is located directly on the ATX-connector. the brown thingy on the picture
19.02.2008 17:02 YarikoWhy I don't see the PSU o.O Or am I just blind
19.02.2008 16:50 s0lidwillek ur machine =D
19.02.2008 09:38 willekI Donīt know where you have heard they are loud, but my opinion(!) is they are actually less so. And that one is going to be connected to the CPU fan header, so it wil be temperature contorolled. And yes 120W is what I am going to use
19.02.2008 09:12 HaoKiI think he's gonna need a 120w for this one...:)
19.02.2008 07:50 ErrtuNice set tough. How powerfull pico PSU are you going to use? 80W?
19.02.2008 07:48 ErrtuI have heard that those crossflow (tangential) fans are quite loud compared to axial fan (CFM/dB ration). Is it possible to make them inaudible, if you drop voltage enough?