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Completely Silent EPYC Server!!?! - Turemetal UP10

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Traditionally servers are really loud, but this one from Turemetal claims to be completely silent.


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i just put the tower in a different room if i want it silent

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I have a Supermicro board with built-in X540-T2. Can confirm those NIC's can get freaking hot without active cooling.


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I love the idea of a sleek fanless pc like this and it looks great as well but the hot components inside  without any active cooling would still leave a weird feeling for me... :/

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Not sure I would want to run this in the summer or any place where the ambient is 30C. If what you really want is silent computing go water and use low RPM sub-ambient-db fans - the reason why servers don't need to be silent is because YOU KEEP THEM IN A SERVER ROOM.


Server grade hardware can tolerate some pretty extreme temps, but they also have the airflow to do the work. This fanless enclosure DOESN'T. Even a tiny heatsink with sufficient airflow can keep a small component like a NIC cool. Going over 120C is certainly not going to last long and I suspect this product was one of those rushed designs not particularly well thought through.


On the flip side, this would make for a great living room htpc SPACE HEATER for your winter cabin while at the same time keep that entire medium pizza hot and toasty.


Now I'm hungry.

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I want a VERY SMALL case that's basically like this but with the heatsink on the inside too. Then ONE fan running at 500 RPM or something like that. 

Just a massive blob of metal with medium-spaced fins.

As was stated, the hard part is the non-standardized CPU socket location.

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@AlexTheGreatish, what game is that you're playing? 



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8 hours ago, Miracle Nachos said:

The good news is LTT get to keep the unit as the actual owner died of a freakin heart attack when he saw this video.



wait, what? o_o

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Actually the owner was pretty smart.  Buy all the stuff, send it to LTT.  Let LTT put it together and set up, work out all the bugs and then send him the finished computer. 

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