[mythtv-users] Fanless HDTV backend on EPIA SP 8000E Vs.
Dean at collins.net.pr
Wed Jun 1 19:52:30 UTC 2005
Lol, having come up against the waf issue many times.....I can advise
she loves the fact that you can hardly hear the pc's from the other side
of the room anymore and in about 2-3 months you wont be able to hear it
Having said that I think I get away with a fair amount....how many wives
allow a 42RU in the lounge room.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org [mailto:mythtv-users-
> bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Eric Gilbert
> Sent: Wednesday, 1 June 2005 3:41 PM
> To: Discussion about mythtv
> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Fanless HDTV backend on EPIA SP 8000E Vs.
> On 6/1/05, Dean Collins <Dean at collins.net.pr> wrote:
> > I know it's not applicable for lounge room based machines but I cant
> > help but comment here how blown away I've been with the Zalman
> > water cooling system I installed.
> > I have a large server rack in my office and have now installed 2 of
> > to totally water cooled (except the power supplies and commercial
> > versions of them are now available as well) 2 of my pc servers and
> > believe how different the sound is (including double hard drive
> > coolers).
> > At the moment I'm designing a wall of water that will feed 4
> > pumps and cover 1 entire side of my rack.
> > www.collins.net.pr/watercooling
> > There are a number of people on the watercooling list that are
> > from a central location to multiple machines in separate rooms (1 is
> > even running a intercooler solution through his basement into a well
> > Just a suggestion.
> > Cheers,
> > Dean
> Ohhh .... Shinny!
> I wouldn't mind the "Reserator" in the living room ... but the WAF
> might be a bit of a challenge for me :)
> I'll report back if I get any hits from the pchdtv forum on heat
> output by the pcHDTV
> Thanks for the input,
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