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Forte EMS Shiled?

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Any ideas on one and where to get one? Or another means of setting something up to eliminate noise on the sound card itself? I'm eventually going to have 2 GPUs, mixed with a wireless card and the sound card itself. The Forte is going to be subjected to a lot of noise.
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You can try ERS paper, though it is conductive so you have to insulate the board as well.
    
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Hmm. You know that coil you get with receivers? Does that act as an EMS shield? Could placing that near the sound card help?
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