https://www.ebuyer.com/918787-be-quiet-pure-base-500-bg034I would hope so. Not seen a double-pane side panel, should make a pretty big difference. Though best would be a case without a side panel window with dampening foam.
Thanks for the help...but one last question.If you want to prioritize silence, yes. You can always go for a balance. The previous case would be relatively quiet as well.
At a computer's most demanding points, you probably won't care about how much noise it is making as long as it keeps the performance level up.
Buying better fans never hurts.
High airflow cases is another way to achieve silence indeed. Some would go for maximum airspeed to achieve the lowest temperatures, but you can also just keep the fans speeds low and let the movement of heat be more natural.
the noise that those cases reduce comes from parts vibrating, if they vibrate it means they are low quality or spinning too fast, the first step is remove from your build the parts that cause noise
start with the best cpu heatsink you can buy, change fans on the case for ones with more than 9 blades and set them to spin as slow as the temperature allows them to
the psu is a source of noise sometimes, but a better quality psu often fixes the noise, a gpu under load with only one fan is a noisy gpu most times, so a gpu with two fans usually is alot quieter, 3 fans is really quiet under load, at idle some turns off all 3 fans, so no noise at all
if after all of this you still think the pc is noisy, then you try to find better case fans and a case with as much noise dampening material, the good ones doesn't have acrylic or glass panels, they still generate noise in the back, so try to aim the bac of the case behind the monitor to dampen even more noise
the case on the first post, looks like any other case i have seen, it will do nothing for dampening any noise
as mentioned before, you get more noise reduction from a high airflow case like the meshify c or the h500 mesh
if the fans spin very slow but move lots of air, the fans inside the case for gpu and cpu will spin slowly, so you will have problems determining if the pc is even on
Case - Sahara P15 Pirate, came with four fans, unknown model.based on those numbers i assume that you will reuse parts you already have
what do you have now, include even the brand of the case fans, this as i mentioned is very important for the goal you have, include everything brand and model of psu, case, cpu heatsink, case, everything, let us know what you plan to keep, the budget you have, every detail, if you plan to spend as littel, is possible you do more with better fans than with a new case
I would invest a decent amount to reduce noise, I have friends who have the same cpu cooler as me, they say it is quiet for them, and I haven't seen anything bad about the wraith spire cooler, so I don't think it's that.cpu heatsink also known as cooler, the fan over the cpu, has a block of metal, that would be the heatsink
i never heard of that case, seems to be glass in front and the left panel, usually such model has poor airflow, but the glass does absorb noise from inside the case
the brand of those rgb fans is never known, it basically is a no brand chinese fan, under low speeds should be very silent
to make your pc as silent as possible, well no idea what psu is that or how noisy is, so can't say if you should replace it or not and if another one should be more silent
if you have concerns about noise you have to remove the left panel, the glass, put your ear near and see what is more noisy, knowing what is noisy, you can start replacing parts based on that parameter
sounds like you could reduce some noise with a new psu, a new cpu heatsink/cooler, but the rest is determined by what yu detect as noisy and how much you want to invest to reduce its noise
Are be quiet fans not very good or something?be quiet cases are quiet, but they also make the parts to run abit more warm than a usual case
in your situation i would start by changing the case fans, if psu is noisy, change that too
i personally find the spire to be not quiet, but not noisy either so i would leave it alone for now
i have here 3 thermaltake led fans, they spin slow and move lots of air, but these fans are old and not easy to find, perhaps you could buy some corsair, or something better
being a so clear case the lack of led or rgb will make you wish you had rgb again, it ends being a important factor, not for performance, but for looks
I think I have found some good fans.Are be quiet fans not very good or something?
My PC is below my desk, so no rgb isn't an issue. I have rgb strips under my desk and monitor, so I have my fair share of rgb.
I am not sure I can change the fans in my case, and the new case and fans would come from christmas presents, so it doesn't bother me to just get a new case and fans if that will make it quieter, do you reckon you could link me some quiet, good cooling case fans, and if the Pure Base 500 isn't very good, a nice quiet case to fit my components?
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