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Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing - IGOR! More Brains!

A powerful system with smooth HD playback capabilities and not a single moving component! - We show you how it's done.

| Editorials in Computer Systems | Posted: Apr 20, 2009 5:01 am

IGOR! More Brains!

 

Next up we have the brains of the operation (literally); the AMD CPU.

 

Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing

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This is a 2.5GHz X2 dual core flavour, with a 45 Watt rating. This should provide enough grunt to handle even the most demanding tasks without cooking the case.

 

Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing

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While 45 Watts isn't a lot of power, it's still enough to generate some significant temperatures and the biggest problem becomes moving the heat out of the case to make sure that thermal run away does not occur.

 

For this we will need a heatsink with a large surface area, possibly even a massive one...

 

Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing

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