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    HEXUS.reviews :: Enlight LP791 LCD PC chassis

    It's about time somebody came up with a PC-in-a-monitor solution that was easy to upgrade, so when ENlight's LCD PC chassis landed in the labs, we were skeptical about the promises on its box, but we're an equal opportunities bunch and gave it the HEXUS examination...
    http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=6425
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    Speaking of noise, the stock CPU heatsink was the noisiest part of the system. However, it wouldn't be possible to fit anything bigger into the case because of its height (or lack of). While not louder than any standard system, that noise is emanating from directly in front of you, rather than under the desk, so it's more apparent and audible.
    I have faced a similar problem on a SFF PC I built. I found that a Zalman CNPS7700 is low enough profile to fit, and is much quieter than an AMD stock cooler. Zalman have also announced a higher performing low profile heatsink, though I have not seen it on sale anywhere.

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    Just in case someone wants to "digg it!"

    http://digg.com/hardware/ENlight_LP791_LCD_PC_chassis
    Last edited by Bull Dog; 10-08-2006 at 09:05 PM.
    See System Specs.

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    Got a price on this? I have an urge to create a fancy winamp control panel and have it running torrents and IRC bots in the background. Can you turn the screen off and leave the PC on?

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