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Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing - Beastie

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

Beastie

 

The Scythe Orochi! A beast of a heatsink! Absolutely massive!

 

Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing

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A variety of attachments help you fit it to any socket type and there's a free sampling of thermal gunk, too.

 

Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing

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Look at that fan! That's 140mm! At 500RPM you won't even hear that thing running. But you know what? - I'm not even going to mount it, because we don't want a single moving part in this build.

 

Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing

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The CPU retention clips are solid; they attach onto the bottom of the heatsink itself and will hold the thing firm against your board. This is great because despite all the aluminium fins on this thing, it is HEAVY.

 

Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing

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