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|07-26-2006, 08:24 PM||#1|
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Logisys Aluminum HDD Silencer
With the quiet computing push that's becoming more and more popular today users are finding that the last hurdle in truly silent computing is the HDD. While there are many ways of quieting the noise generated by your drive some only help to decouple the vibrations generated by the drive from the PC chassis while others end up enclosing the drive so completely that it runs perilously hot. Today we take a look at one that offers decent cooling and quiet in one package.
After reading Matts review here, discuss it here!
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