Only a fanless PC is really quiet
Silentium! - fanless PC from Deltatronic
Conventional PC's are cooled with several fast moving fans. The reason: This is the easiest method to dissipate heat.
The more powerful the computer get, the bigger the noise development.
How can you now combat this noise?
The principle is simple: The passive cooling will be completely conversed which makes the fans redundant. Fanless PC's however, require a cleverly-devised cooling system to dissipate the immense heat production.
The Silentium! as a fanless PC, will be solely cooled by natural air circulation.
- For passive cooling, heat-generating parts are equipped with accordingly dimensioned cooling bodies.
- The Power supply takes place with a specially developed fanless power supply unit.
- The good ventilated body and the specific mounting form of the power supply unit support the natural ventilation and keep the inner temperature of the body on a low level.
- The processor heat will be dissipated with the aid of a heatpipe to a large surface convector.
Schematic depiction of the heatpipe functioning:
However, there is more to it than that:
In conventional PC's hard disks are audible through humming and buzzing. This sounds have been abolished.
The hard disk is fully enclosed and therefore virtually unnoticeable:
- The hard disk is stored in a sound absorbing cooling-body.
- Vibration absorbers stop vibration and transmitting of excess sounds into the PC body