Lubricating Fans (Was Re: [clug] Re: Config & software for BigPong
Adsl (Sam Couter))
jepri at webone.com.au
Tue Nov 25 20:33:12 EST 2003
Nobody seems to have mentioned the other solutions, like put the drive
in the hall cupboard. Whack it in a old pentium and network mount the
drive. Our put your big machine in the cupboard and do a remote
tinkering opportunities aboooooound!
Alex Satrapa wrote:
> On 24 Nov 2003, at 16:23, Rodney Peters wrote:
>> I've seen a case that mounts the HDD via rubber grommets, as
>> isolating bushes,
>> to slide-in drive trays. The threaded holes underneath the HDD are
>> Not easy to adapt to other cases unless you already have slide-in trays.
> The HDD noise I'm trying to get rid of is really high-pitched and
> somewhat modulated. The kind of noise that - like a mosquito - is
> annoying regardless of how much you've damped the vibration. I've
> tried printer housings, pillows, blankets, egg cartons, and all of
> those in various combinations and all together. I can still hear the
> buzz of the hard drive.
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