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K33N4N

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hi is there any way in which i can make my pc (the tower) quiter because you can hear it across the room and that is not godd if i need to do some late night work when people in the same room are asleep is there a way please help someone thanktou ;) :tazz:
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what is it that's making the sound??? your CD-rom or your fans??? if it's your HD then you might be in trouble. if it's either of the first two i mentioned i think the best you can do is just replace them/it...or just turn up your stereo.
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i think it is the fan making the noise
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replace it. of course a rig can only be so quiet...so maybe your roomate needs some earplugs.
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