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 This Linux Box Is too Loud!

"The first rule of Linux box quieting is there's a balance between silence, coolness and power. Servers aren't noisy to impress customers; they're noisy because they're designed to stay cool even if some fans fail, so they have more and bigger fans than they need. Outside the server room, though, silence is golden."

 (Submitted by Noel Sun Jul 18, 2004 )


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