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Akasa PAX.mate acoustic - Akasa PAX.mate acoustic
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Most of us want a cooler rig for our daily use, so the usual initial action is adding more and faster fans. While more fans = more cooling, more fans also equals to more noise. This raises one question most of us have faced at one or more points in time. How to reduce noise without compromising on lower temperatures ? One approach is to use a rheobus or some variable speed adjustable fans, which doesn't really fulfill my requirements of good cooling at low noise. Another option is to use acoustic absorption materials within the case. One such product is the Akasa PAX.mate acoustic absoption mats which is designed to dampen fan noise and case vibration when the mats are fitted to the PC case.
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