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ASUS has a whole line of GFX cards that are fanless.

In case you are looking for options.


Edit: Also, why don't you go with a Scorpio or GP drive? They are almost inaudible and don't cost much. You can't even hear the whine from the scoripo a few feet away.
thanks.
btw, I have been an ATI fan for a while...Dont want to start any war but ATI cards seem to do better for basic desktop work.
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thanks.
btw, I have been an ATI fan for a while...Dont want to start any war but ATI cards seem to do better for basic desktop work.
I don't think I've ever noticed a difference outside of 3D apps. But if that's the case it doesn't surprise me, ATI has been creating 2D cards since way before nVidia or even 3Dfx (which nVidia bought btw) were even created.
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Hey. Do you realize the stock intel cooler is actually a really good cooler, and its silent too. Ive used it on many builds where "silence" was golden. You dont need to spend extra cash on an outside device when the stock cooler will do you will. Also, if you're looking for a silent exhaust, just find something in the 22-25dB range, and you will be golden. You can do that using advanced search on newegg and youll find it.
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If you decided to go with AMD cpu, you could get the 780g board and hybrid crossfire with that 3470 . I got a new build coming for my sis that consists of a 4050e, biostar 780G mobo, and possibly a cheap 3450 or 3470.
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If you decided to go with AMD cpu, you could get the 780g board and hybrid crossfire with that 3470 . I got a new build coming for my sis that consists of a 4050e, biostar 780G mobo, and possibly a cheap 3450 or 3470.
Thanks for the offer but this computer is going to be fore business work. No gaming. I perfer intel at the moment.
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