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The heatsink is the Thermalright HR-02 I mentioned in my previous post. Your gonna want a case with ALOT of holes or a tech bench if you use 0 fans. For a case I would say the lanboy air just because its nothing but holes. If you want a closed case you need fans, no way around it if you want high performance hardware (besides external passive water cooling).
 
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Originally Posted by DJ Ghost View Post
yeah i thougt about it but buying another 1TB or more of SSD is to expensive... so i thught with an hdd sliencer and a good quiet case (wich i need to find) it will be barely notcied

and i need a passive CPU Cooler, i remeber there was one for LGA775 (thermalright?)
is there any for 1366?

i'll bet it would be a chunk of metal but it doesnt reealy matter aslong as the computer is quiet ass possible


and that PSU seems promissing

how can i be sure that it will hold that system safely?
That psu will hold the system just fine. I would recommend this supply, it doesn't turn on the fan when not under load and it can go very far without turning the fan on.
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...Story&reid=221
I would also recommend getting something like a silver arrow for the CPU and then just get low speed silent fans. No need to go completely fanless, just go really low speed.
Then get a passive video card, and you will be all set.
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That psu will hold the system just fine. I would recommend this supply, it doesn't turn on the fan when not under load and it can go very far without turning the fan on.
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php...Story&reid=221
I would also recommend getting something like a silver arrow for the CPU and then just get low speed silent fans. No need to go completely fanless, just go really low speed.
Then get a passive video card, and you will be all set.
Hehe I have the Kingwin version(LZP-550) of this exact psu, and I can vouch that the fan didn't turn on once on my set up running furmark on two GTX480s.

Yes two GTX480s, it's that awesome of a psu.
    
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For the Hitachi HDD you could get a Scythe Himuro, that would help cut down on the noise. http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/hd...00_detail.html
 
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Mineral Oil PC with sound-canceling foam = WIN
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how is the SilverStone SST-TJ10?

i'll guess i take1 fan out and with a noise cancelling foam
it will be quiet enough
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how is the SilverStone SST-TJ10?

i'll guess i take1 fan out and with a noise cancelling foam
it will be quiet enough
You would be better off with a Antec P series case or a Fractal Design Define case. There are others that are geared towards silence but those are generally regarded as the best.
 
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Mineral Oil PC with sound-canceling foam = WIN
This would work. Otherwise just use quiet fans. The whole fanless thing is great... If you have a serious breeze where your comp is located.

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Hehe I have the Kingwin version(LZP-550) of this exact psu, and I can vouch that the fan didn't turn on once on my set up running furmark on two GTX480s.

Yes two GTX480s, it's that awesome of a psu.
yea super flower really out did themselves with that PSU, it is a truely epic PSU.

I know the fan isn't really there because it is needed, it is just there for when a case comes up that it might need to run a little bit. But 90% of the time it won't run or won't run above anything but the lowest speed.
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Mineral Oil PC with sound-canceling foam = WIN
what is mineral oil?
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