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<Content > Thesee sites are dedicated to quiet computing. Most of them have some alliance with some manufacturers of quiet components, or are selling components from some manufacturers, but in general they seem relatively un-biased and worth a look. <br/>
<SiteList  title="Sites dedicated to Low noise PCs" CreatedTmSt="21-Sep-2001 20:13:46">
<SITE href="http://www.silentpcreview.com/" title="Silent PC Review (.com)">This is an excellent site and as far as I'm concerned it is the bible on quiet computing. They have many reviews, articles and general information about quiet / silent computers and components, and techniques to quiet a noisy PC. it is a must see for any one interested in cutting noise levels on their PC.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.koolnquiet.co.uk/index.php?main=catalog" title="Kool n Quiet">British supplier of quiet PC stuff They have an excellent range and some good articles, plus the right attitude.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.siliconacoustics.com/index.html" title="Silicon Acoustics">These guys claim to have the Internet's best selection of components for building ultra low noise computers. I thought there choices of products were quite good (not excellent) but unfortunately the range is alittle limited. They do however sell PSUs without fans. (yes you read that correctly)</SITE>
<SITE href="http://home.swipnet.se/tr/silence.html" title="The Silent PC">The Silent PC Web site investigates the often neglected acoustic aspect of information technology ergonomics; in particular personal computer ergonomics.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.frostytech.com/zerosound.cfm" title="Frosty Tech Silent PC project">As part of our continued interest in low noise cooling we've begun assembling collection of tools you can use to help you quiet your own computer (without sacrificing cooling of course). The two items covered in this most basic of starts are sound absorbing materials, and materials useful for liquid cooling operations. This is just the beginning, and in the coming months more materials, and perhaps a few guides will be listed here.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.zerofanzone.co.uk/default.asp" title="Zero Fan Zone">The name of this site says it all.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.epiacenter.com/index.php" title="EpiaCenter.Com">Another Mini-ITX site with goo reviews and lots of information about variosu ITX computers.</SITE>
<SiteList  title="Sound reduction software" CreatedTmSt="21-Sep-2001 20:13:46">
<SITE href="http://www.cpuidle.de/" title="CPU Idle">Software utility for Windows that executes a CPU HLT instruction when the processor is idle - solely to make the CPU run cooler.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.octools.com/index.cgi?caller=downloads.html" title="Overclockers Tools">Great selection of software for monitoring and affecting motherbaord performance and temperatures.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php" title="Speedfan">Speedfan is an excellent piece of software that does so much more than control the speed of your CPU fan. It also monitors as many temperature sensors as your computer has including hard disk status via S.M.A.R.T. technology. Very stringly recommended.</SITE>