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Quieting down a B&W


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my B&W has been kinda loud, the main problem was the hard drives but the powersupply and the big case fan are a little loud, its not too bad and i could definately deal with it, but i just wanted to know if anyone knew of anything you can do to quiet down either the PSU or case fan
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zeppster
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well, you could try to move it further away from your desk.
or.. You could replace the fans with newer, quiter ones.
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