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User Info: cuteboi100

3 years ago#1
Are you happy with your computer's noise level? - Results (232 votes)
Yes, my computer is as silence-optimized as I desire.
54.31% (126 votes)
No, I could find ways to improve it and I haven't yet for various reasons.
28.02% (65 votes)
No, but I don't care.
17.67% (41 votes)
This poll is now closed.
Just made this topic after evaluating the extensive lengths I've gone to create a quiet PC environment. Quietness is important to me for productivity and general well being. How important is it to you?

I've spent a lot of money on quiet hardware and I don't regret it one bit, as I said it is in investment in your well being, and I would recommend anyone go the extra mile to be quiet-conscious.

I also wanted to mention that I've got one of those Seasonic fanless PSUs (SeaSonic SS-520FL) that Shub recommended to me and its great. If anyone has any questions about that I would be happy to share my knowledge.
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User Info: Th1rte3n

3 years ago#2
My ceiling fan is louder than my PC, so I never really hear any noise from my PC.
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User Info: Killah Priest

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3 years ago#3
I'm not happy but I'm not... unhappy either.

if I could just get rid of the pump noise from the h100i it would be almost completely silent.
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User Info: SinisterSlay

3 years ago#4
My pc sounds like a turbine and most the case fans are rattling and grinding. But the case fans are from 2003 so I forgive them.

I've gotten used to it but I'd like my next pc to be quieter.
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User Info: MrXGamer

3 years ago#5
^ Same, it's only my case fan that's a little noisy because its 5+ years old.

My graphics card is super quiet. It's one of the perks of buying EVGA's classified versions, they stay cool and don't go over 25% fan speed.
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User Info: happyscrub1

3 years ago#6
As long as they work, I'm fine. I live alone. I can turn the PC volume up as loud as I want.
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User Info: MahoganyTooth92

3 years ago#7
I use a headset, and my fans do make some noise, but are inaudible when I'm playing and listening to a game, so I voted 3.
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User Info: KaiserWarrior

3 years ago#8
If I'm playing a game, whether on speaker or headphones, the fan noise doesn't register.

When I'm not playing a game, there's a low hum in the room, and I'm fine with this. I get antsy if there ISN'T a low hum in the room (power outages make me feel weird).

User Info: arleas

3 years ago#9
I built a brand new PC last December and wound up choosing a huge heatsink/fan combo (two fans on either side of this brick sized heatsink) and with the fans barely turned up (manual control) they're barely audible. When my GPU fan starts up it's only slightly louder than that...

I can crank the fans up to full blast and then it sounds like a low whirring sound but otherwise, it's pretty damn quiet. I haven't seen a need to crank the fans up so far...

User Info: BilliePilgrim

3 years ago#10
If you've got bad fans, pick up these:
And a fan controller. NZXT makes some good ones that are like $20-25. It's what I did with my wife's case and the thing is almost impossible to hear unless the room is completely silent.
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