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    how quiet is a standard shuttle

    i need 1 for a bit of a D/L box and a MP3 box

    can they be made silent (or as near as silent as you can) ??????????
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    Mines pretty silent, depends what drives n CPU u have in it really...

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    Noise level can be greatly reduced by replacing the psu and main cooling fans.

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    It depends what you use them for as to what is an acceptable level of noise..
    Mines sits under the TV so i can watch me films on the TV....

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    Noisy. Papst fan and standard psu fan in my sisters and its far far too loud for me. Ive been thinking of an SN/SK and just getting another 55W DC-DC psu along with my 110W DC-DC and using my 12db panaflo. Thatll be quiet enough i think.
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