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    FSP Silent Solution Kit

    The FSP Silent-Solution Kit is certainly a very nice product. With great PSUs from leading companies such as Enermax and Antec, it leaves a small gap in the market for other manufacturers to fill in. FSP are climbing their way up the ladder trying to catch up with the big boys.

    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD02NzM=

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    surely anyone could buy a load of sub-20db fans and replace various fans (intake/exhaust/cpu/psu) with them and save themselves the cost of some new components, or just 7v other fans

    anyhow, not a bad review, dont know whether i like the blueness, not sure that it would match with anything particularly, perhaps black or transparent would've been better choices, ah well each to their own.

    would've been good if you could've compared the voltage rails using, for example, a 430w Antec PSU (or 550w Enermax) which would give a nice idea of how close the FSP psu is to the ideal values (independent of any errors or discrepancies in the motherboard monitors)

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    also where is a price? or am i being blind... a pro is 'affordable' but i didnt see a price

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    I'd like to see the fan and the HSF compared against another cooler and fan.

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    Originally posted by streetster



    also where is a price? or am i being blind... a pro is 'affordable' but i didnt see a price

    It's for sale at PC World. £59 i think



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    I saw a box with silent solution kit on it PC world. I was wondering what it was. I suppose its cheap for what you are getting assuming it works.

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    Anyone know where you can get this from online? I need to quiten down my PC. It currently sounds like the deck of the HMS Invincible whilst a Harrier is taking off!

    Also, how does this compare to the Hush PC kit at www.quietpc.com coz it's £99?

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    Pcworld.co.uk

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    Hehehe, silly me! Didn't even realise it would be on their website. Thanks!

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