I got into the whole silencing thing when my friend had enough of his pc, and started removing fans. I was impressed with what he did and took it up ( I later found out the fans were delta fans
Anyhow, I built my own system, and then transfered it to a Sonata when I developed an allergy to noise. Having slowly upgraded it, I'm now beginning to think I'm stretching the psu a little. Its whirring a lot more than it used to, and its beginning to get annoying.
1x NEC 2510A DVD-RW
1x Generic DVD-ROM Drive
1x Coolermaster Aerogate II
1x 120GB 7200.7 SATA
1x 200GB 7200.7 IDE
1x Tv Card
1x Linksys 54G NIC
1x Creative 5.1 Live
1x Ati 9800Pro OEM with Zalman
1x Acoustifan 120mm @ 900RPM
1x Sonata Rear fan @ psu fan connector RPM
3x Neon String ATA connectors
1x Akasa Cold Cathode (not entirely pointless in a Sonata...)
Is this too much for the lowly 380w inside? Do I need more powah?
I was thinking of upgrading to a fanless PSU, but unsure of which make to go for. Also, If i do put a fanless psu in, how much effect will it have on my internal temperatures? Case ~ 28 and cpu diode is ~ 44.
P.S. Is it possible to change the rear case fan in the Sonata?