Looking for Knowledge wrote:(coolest thing my wide ever did)
muyuubyou wrote:Unless your wife has a really deep sleep, you'll have to focus on cooling. It ain't going to be easy to have a gaming system in a small case that is quiet enough to sleep near to it.
ZooTech wrote:Looking for Knowledge wrote:(coolest thing my wide ever did)
Is your WIFE aware of your nickname for her?
zerohex wrote:I just messed around on newegg and got the price down to $515 without shipping. I'd suggest playing with a shopping cart 'till you get the price you want
It uses the Nfroce2 built in graphics, which you may not like.
512 Crucial memory
Seagate cuda 80gig HDD
Thermaltake Silent Boost
lex-ington wrote:I just built my sister a micro-ATX comp for her store in the bahamas using these parts. It's not the best you can do but it did cost $385 Canadian.
I haven't been around laptops much but it is very quiet. It would probably be REALLY quite with just a big Heatsink (if that works)
Looking for Knowledge wrote:In response to muyuubyou's question concerning the size of that system, I'm thinking that I might even look at building a small tower unit. The size I'm looking for doesn't really HAVE to be shuttle size, it could just be a mini-atx with a couple of drives. Would this make things easier to find and price? Even a little desktop, on it's side, might work.
muyuubyou wrote:Check the system I sent you before (this)
This is the quietest desktop I've actually "heard"