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Old 18th April, 2002, 05:24 AM
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Sound Dampining panneling?

Where can i get some sheets of sound dampining foam or whadever- i sleep LIGHT and even my dell that i rebuilt w/ quiet fans at 7v its too loud- i think its the maxtor hardrive in it- 7200rpm is LOUD-Spyder
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try a place where they sell and install car audio equipment, you'll definitly be able to find stuff there
but remember the sound deadener is an insulator and your case temps will most likely rise

you can also get some stuff that you actually spray on the the panels of cars to deaden sound and vibrations
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try a place where they sell and install car audio equipment, you'll definitly be able to find stuff there
but remember the sound deadener is an insulator and your case temps will most likely rise

you can also get some stuff that you actually spray on the the panels of cars to deaden sound and vibrations
people have had very bad luck with spray. As for insulator, it's dynamat, but i don't know how well it would work.
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Old 18th April, 2002, 10:51 PM
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I've got a 1/2 inch layer of pink foam sheet (wall) insulation in my case, it doesn't do much. Don't waste your time with it, go for the rubber-ish stuff.
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I know Focal make some stuff that comes in strips looks pretty funky don't know how well it'll work though

Focal sound Dampening stuff
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Old 19th April, 2002, 04:51 AM
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I'd go for the dynamat car audio stuff.

Idon't understand why you would want to stop that beautiful noise, though. Noise IS power.
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dynamat will do the job just nice, but do watch out for the heat build up in the case
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With how many fans i have that wont be a problem- Dynamax....... my neightbore does car audio installs- ill have to go and grab a few pannels-
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If you have a lot of fan holes, the dynamat won't do you any good anyway.
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I should clarify- i have 9 fans- 2 front 2 back- 2 ps- 2 videocard 1 processor- they are high output panaflo and on a reostat-
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If you have a lot of fan holes, the dynamat won't do you any good anyway.

agreed. with all those fans the dynamat won't make a huge difference because a majority of the sound comes off the two front back and psu fans.
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LPDE PERFORATED FOAM works great & is only $00.40USD for a 36cm X 36cm square.
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How well does that work and where in Canada can I get some?????
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Cool animation.

I like the adhesive backing.

Web source please?
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I bought it from those mall hardware stores, "True Value", & since I don't live in the US the price will probably not be the same but it'll still be cheap I bet. The adhesive backing I think is what makes it work really well.
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Quote:
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try a place where they sell and install car audio equipment, you'll definitly be able to find stuff there
but remember the sound deadener is an insulator and your case temps will most likely rise

you can also get some stuff that you actually spray on the the panels of cars to deaden sound and vibrations

SURE if you like getting bent over!!!

Or if you got a shiznit load of money. Got Frye's or someplace of the like. Hell Even Best Buy will bend ya over.

Do a search on this board for DYNO MAT. I have posted quit a few times about this stuff.

You may want to try looking online for Dyno Mat too.

I hope this helps. But at Frye's they had the stuff for $9.99 and at Best Buy it was $19.99

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Itr is called Dynamat possibly hyphenated. (Dyna-mat)

All it is is thick roofing felt anyway. ( more or less)
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