QuietPC Nofan Icepipe A40-Z68 Silent PC Review

Conclusion

QuietPC NoFan System Review

Conclusion

Performance is obviously a secondary concern to the silence of the system. However if you have realistic expectations then you wont be disappointed. Even though the QuietPC rig makes no noise at all you still have plenty of power available to you for media streaming, net browsing, and even sensible gaming.

But the silence is the thing. It's unnerving. We're so used to fans spinning and hard-drives vibrating away, that to press the power button and find nothing at all changes really takes some getting used to. Even with the Windows desktop on your monitor you find yourself checking it is on, and that you aren't plugged in to some other tower somewhere. It's fantastic.

For anyone who obsesses about the noise in their system you can stop your endless quest for ever quieter fans, even better vibration damping etc etc. The word here is quieter though because they will never ever be truely silent. One would expect they'd need to sacrifice everything on the altar of silence, but not so with the QuietPC. All of our personal systems at OC3D come under the banner quiet or very quiet but late at night youll always be able to hear them but with the NoFan PC you cant and this is the difference between a very quiet rig and a truely silent system. Buy this and you get a well built system with a wise selection of parts, that no quibble two year warranty. Understandably there are faster systems out there, and certainly if you build your own you can save money, but if you absolutely must have silence then we heartily recommend the QuietPC Nofan Icepipe A40-Z68 Silent PC.

    

Thanks to QuietPC for supplying the Nofan system for review. Discuss in our forums.

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Most Recent Comments

17-04-2012, 08:45:40

FTLN
Nice review Tom,, You not gonna try any overcloking on it ???

Would be good to see how far the cpu cooler could go....


Actually I think 86c is pushing it a bit already.....Quote

17-04-2012, 08:47:20

Firat
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Originally Posted by FTLN View Post

Nice review Tom,, You not gonna try any overcloking on it ???

Would be good to see how far the cpu cooler could go....
If it hits mid 70s @ stock, overclocked it will cook the CPU heatsink Quote

17-04-2012, 08:47:42

mArTyN
Quite a smart looking pc.....................nice review Quote

17-04-2012, 08:48:36

FTLN
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Originally Posted by Firat View Post

If it hits mid 70s @ stock, overclocked it will cook the CPU heatsink
Yep, but would be intresting to watch Quote

17-04-2012, 08:53:32

Firat
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Originally Posted by FTLN View Post

Yep, but would be intresting to watch
Definatly!Quote
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