"Sound or no sound creates industries", SilverStone Temjin TJ06 Case, and more!
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"Included with the CT-479 are the installation guide, a heatsink/fan, one 4-pin power cable, and the socket adapter. The only "tool" needed for this kit is a flat head screw driver to secure the Pentium M processor in the socket just like what is done on a notebook computer."
"Once again, I have to say that Silverstone has made a quality case. Based on a very solid chassis and built of strong steel with aluminum front bezel, this is one of the stronger cases you will find on the market. Aside from the issues we encountered and mentioned previously this case is still a great case for any build. There is tons of space for some of the biggest motherboards on the market."
"Our hearing is a subjective measure of sound; or is it an objective measure of sound level? I think it is loud. No, I disagree; it is not as loud as I thought. When a Plant Manager said it is not loud enough to wear hearing protection ear-plugs, he may well be cited by OSHA for violations. Both way, we pay money to create and we pay to eliminate, sound. Let´s take a look at how much noise FANs inside a PC make."
"Modular power supplies have become more and more popular recently. As their popularity has increased more and more manufacturers have started to offer their own modular power supplies. Today we will be taking a look at one of the four modular power supplies offered by TTGI, the 4 Fan Plug-N Power."