Silent-Server-Rack ?

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Silent-Server-Rack ?

Post by gregoire.favre » Wed May 01, 2013 2:21 pm


what do you think of Keoda's Silent-Server-Rack ?

Would we gain in putting a "normal" PC in such a "noise catcher" box ?

Thank for any thought :)

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Re: Silent-Server-Rack ?

Post by Pappnaas » Wed May 01, 2013 10:25 pm

This thing includes an air-con. How quiet is a rack-sized air-con compared to an ATX-PC?

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Re: Silent-Server-Rack ?

Post by gregoire.favre » Thu May 02, 2013 4:41 am

I guess the good feature with such kind of rack are the two sound traps.

So my guess : it's much quieter than an ATX-PC.
There pdf has some nice explanation...

I wonder if someone has already build a PC using sound trap ?

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Re: Silent-Server-Rack ?

Post by Wibla » Mon May 06, 2013 2:28 am

Very interesting rack solution.

But for home use, unless you were given som rack servers and want to use them, you're better off choosing components for low noise instead.

It's a lot easier (and cheaper) to avoid noise during design/buy phase than it is to try to fix noise issues after the fact.

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Re: Silent-Server-Rack ?

Post by xan_user » Mon May 06, 2013 6:10 am

servers should be in there own room, away from the user.

quiet and affordable PC's can be easily built. i dont see the point.
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