I need to eliminate noise from my computer assembled with a 3.00Ghz prescott on an ABIT IG7. I think to substitute mi Intel boxed heatsink with a ZALMAN CNPS7700-Cu and completly remove bundled chipset fan (that is loud) by leaving only a passive heatsink: chipset is near the zalman and probably the airflow hit also the chipset.
By consider that I don't want overclock my system, you think that all work properly, there are some restrictions about spaces, cooling problem , etc...
Thanks in advance.
Probally the chipset, but it is possible to turn off and eliminate noise.
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