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Submission + - The Solid State PC (formortals.com)

Sivar writes: "ForMortals.com built 'a truly solid-state PC'.
A silent PC is one that makes absolutely no noise, and by necessity has no moving parts (including fans). Such systems usually use very low-end hardware limited to trivial tasks such as running a cash register. The system introduced today, a Solid-State PC (SSPC) is a powerful quad-core Windows 7 system which runs most software faster than the majority of modern PCs, yet uses less than 25W idle."

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The Solid State PC

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