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Wow, my first instructable so please be gentle.My home network contains, among other things, a NAS device. This is a device that you would run 24x7 for general ...
Well the high pitch whine told me it was either the disk or the fan.Upon opening the case (oops there goes the warranty) I did a swift aural ...
The disk vibration was actually caused by loose screws, so that was easily fixed.Next the fan: how to reduce its noise?I could think of the following options :-replace ...
To decide what would be the right resitor I simpy expermented.I hookd the fan up with a 12 powersupply and added some resistors to find the best result ...
Adding the resistor requires only a very little bit of soldering work, so it should not be too challenging for the average instructables audience.First break the circuit by ...
Now put all the bits and pieces back where they belong.In my case: hdd-bracket (4xscrew) hdd (4x screw) hdd: power and ata connectorsI left the case open for ...
Whit the case closed again I watched the disk- temperature for a while, but it sits steadily at 87F / 30C. That's what it allways has been, so ...
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